Point Hope is the first community within the former Cainhoy Plantation property, the last of its kind in the City of Charleston and the Charleston Tri-County area. The Master Plan seeks to establish a place—a new town—which includes the functionality and conveniences of modern life but captures the essence of living in the Lowcountry.
Point Hope is anchored by Point Hope Village—a mixed-use commercial district, which provides Class A retail, multifamily, and office uses in the heart of the development. Along with existing Publix-anchored shopping center plans for the first phase include, single and multifamily residential uses, best-in-class schools, and a wide range of neighborhood amenities. Every detail has been thoughtfully interspersed within miles of marsh front and waterfront vistas to create a walkable community in a Lowcountry setting. The development is managed by the DI Development Company with vast experience in creating master-planned communities.
The last remaining commercial lot is 0.5 acres and can accommodate up to a 5,000 SF commercial building pad. Pricing is $100 per buildable SF assuming a 5,000 SF building. Utilities are available to the site and access is un-paralleled from Clements Ferry Road with a lighted intersection. There is plenty of surface parking surrounding the development.
Presented By: Lee & Associates - Charleston