Charleston Adds 110-Unit Luxury Community

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The Berry Cos. and Big Cypress Capital developed Cainhoy Pointe, a gated apartment project adjacent to the Cainhoy Plantation master-planned community.

The Berry Cos. and Big Cypress Capital announced the opening of 110 new apartments at Cainhoy Pointe, a luxury property next to the Cainhoy Plantation master-planned community on Daniel Island. Liberty Solutions is the general contractor for Cainhoy Pointe and John Tarkany Associates is the project’s landscape architecture firm. The community’s leasing center and clubhouse is being designed by BB+M Architecture of Charlotte, N.C. RAM Partners is the property manager and Sales Inc! is leading the project’s leasing efforts.

A rendering of Cainhoy Pointe in Charleston, S.C.
A rendering of Cainhoy Pointe in Charleston, S.C.

Located at 1030 Jack Primus Road, Cainhoy Pointe is less than 15 miles from downtown Charleston, S.C., and within a 20-minute drive to North Charleston, S.C. Two new schools located within Cainhoy Plantation, Philip Simmons Elementary and Philip Simmons Middle, opened last fall. Philip Simmons High School is expected to open in August. The new phase of Cainhoy Pointe consists of five buildings that include apartments with one- and two-bedrooms ranging from 817 square feet to 1,057 square feet. All units feature open kitchens and designer cabinetry, dual marble vanities, walk-in closets, granite countertops and wood-style plank flooring.

Apartment homes in the first building are now available, with construction on the amenity center and final building expected to be completed in August. The community will feature a lounge, a game room, a cyber café, a demonstration kitchen, a fitness center, a yoga studio and a business center, all overlooking a private lagoon, as well as a community pool, a fire pit, walking paths and a dog park. Each three-story building will incorporate video access control system and high-speed gigabit fiber Internet service. Resident garages and climate-controlled storage will also be available for lease.

The new units are adjacent to the existing 72-unit initial phase of the project, originally developed in 2008 as condominiums. The developers, who also own these residences, have renovated and converted 27 of the initial phase units into apartments and are also working on improvements.

Cainhoy Plantation will total 9,100 acres and is expected to eventually include more than 18,000 housing units plus restaurants, retail and other commercial space. Cainhoy Plantation’s first residential subdivision, Cainhoy South, was approved in December 2016. The Daniel Island Co. is Cainhoy Plantation’s master developer.

Image courtesy of Cainhoy Pointe website

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