The first subdivision concept plan for the 9,000 acre Cainhoy Plantation residential development has been approved by the City of Charleston Planning Commission – paving the way for construction on the community’s first new homes to begin in 2017.
Referred to as “Cainhoy South Residential,” the proposal includes 235 single family homes on a 228 acre parcel of land located between Clements Ferry Road and the Wando River on the Cainhoy Peninsula. Members of the Planning Commission voted unanimously in favor of the plan at their December 21 meeting, with the condition that street names comply with Berkeley County 911 standards. The overall project, approved for some 18,000 homes, is expected to be developed in phases over the next several years.
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