Wednesday, December 18, 2013
The Kassinger Development Group is creating a distinctive 46 acre coastal community, to begin development in Spring 2014. The new Sweetwater development overlooks the pristine waterfront of Beresford Creek, which leads into the Wando River with unobstructed sunrise, lowcountry marsh and sunset views. This well planned community will be a desirable combination of living experiences.
The new Sweetwater community will be a unique gathering space with the comfort and amenities an individual or family is looking for in a neighborhood. The community is conveniently located off of Clements Ferry Road exit from I-526, close to downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Daniel Island and North Charleston. An incredible combination of options for living will be - 324 luxury coastal style apartment homes, or the Charleston style single family elevated homes built by the talented Eastwood Homes company. “The Sweetwater community affords us a unique setting that is very fitting with the type and quality of homes we have planned,” Said, Jason Esposito, Division President, Eastwood Homes. “Sweetwater will be resort style living at its best.”
To live in the Charleston area is to know the value of having access to our beautiful waters. The Sweetwater community offers direct access to deep water for boating and fishing, and the community docks for other outside recreation such as paddle boarding, kayaking and simply enjoying the view. There will also be saltwater pools and an indoor exercise facility with space for classes such as yoga and other types of fitness. Taking a stroll around the property under the tall live oak and pine trees may take you to the pet park, putting green or mini golf, tennis courts or the neighborhood shop-cafe.
Along the property with a secluded oak tree lined driveway, visitors will discover an Inn and restaurant. Enjoying a great meal without leaving your neighborhood is a convenient and enjoyable benefit of living or visiting the Sweetwater community. The accommodations at the Inn will be quaint and perfect for the tourist, extended family guest stays or a planned event, such as a wedding group or business retreat. The beauty and character of the property will create memorable experiences for any occasion. The entire Sweetwater community will be landscaped to include the existing natural surroundings, an outside kitchen and several green-spaces.
The Sweetwater community will maintain the exceptionally high standards of previous Kassinger Development Group communities in the Southeast for resident’s enjoyment. “Sweetwater has been in the planning stages for several years and this concept is both new and matchless in the Charleston market,” Said, Wade Thompson, Partner, Kassinger Development Group. “A true multi-use community with priceless views and access to world class amenities makes Sweetwater a place you’ll want to call home.”
Due to the high demand for upscale apartment living in the Charleston lowcountry area, reservations will be accepted starting in 2014 and pre-leasing will begin in late 2014. The first apartment homes will be ready for move in, early 2015.
Kassinger Development Group is based on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina with a focus to develop and own upscale, environmentally friendly and energy efficient multifamily communities within the Southeastern United States. Developments completed in the Asheville, NC area are Weirbridge Village and Audubon Place. The Retreat at West Creek in Richmond, VA is currently pre-leasing and will be completed by June of this year. The Retreat at Hunt Hill, Asheville, NC is set to open in March 2014. Other developments, including Sweetwater, are in progress to align with the high quality vision of the company.
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