Spectrum Breaks Ground on Charleston Development
- Jun 19, 2017
The Spectrum Cos. broke ground on the Village at Point Hope, its newest garden- and carriage-style apartment community in Charleston, S.C. The project is being built within the Cainhoy Plantation property, a 9,000-acre, grocery-anchored, master-planned development that will house residential, retail and commercial space. The land is part of the Guggenheim Partners and Guggenheim Family Holdings.
The 274-unit Village at Point Hope will consist of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans. Interior features will include custom cabinets, quartz countertops and luxury wood-style flooring. Residents will have access to amenities such as a dog park, salt water swimming pool, clubhouse, fitness center, grilling areas and courtyard.
“The Village at Point Hope will embrace the high expectations for a master-planned community of this stature and will offer high-quality apartments and amenities with great proximity to both Charleston and Mt. Pleasant,” said Steve McClure, chief operating officer of The Spectrum Cos. “We appreciate the trust this world-class development team has placed in us to set the tone for the building to come in this visionary community where families will live, work and engage with the natural beauty of South Carolina’s Lowcountry.”
Leasing is expected to begin in the spring of 2018 and the development is slotted for completion by fall 2018. Narmour Wright is serving as architect, Carocon as general contractor, Thomas + Hutton as the civil engineer and Design Resource Group providing the site planning. The Cainhoy property is bordered by the Wando River, two creeks and 22 miles of saltwater and marsh shoreline. It is permitted for 18,000 homes.
Image courtesy of The Spectrum Cos.