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Latest News in Daniel Island, SC
Beresford Creek Bridge Update: Bridge will stay open until mid-July
At an informational meeting held by the City of Charleston at the Daniel Island Recreation Center on June 15, city officials provided an updated timeline on the Beresford Creek Bridge replacement project. The bridge now will remain open and passable until mid-July, when officials anticipate that utility relocation will wrap up and demolition will begin. At that time, the bridge will close to pedestrian and vehicle traffic and is expected to remain closed until the new bridge opens in April, 2024.The new span will include two 11-foot l...
At an informational meeting held by the City of Charleston at the Daniel Island Recreation Center on June 15, city officials provided an updated timeline on the Beresford Creek Bridge replacement project. The bridge now will remain open and passable until mid-July, when officials anticipate that utility relocation will wrap up and demolition will begin. At that time, the bridge will close to pedestrian and vehicle traffic and is expected to remain closed until the new bridge opens in April, 2024.
The new span will include two 11-foot lanes, two 4-foot shoulders and an 8-foot multi-use path and will be 4-feet taller than the existing structure.
The project was originally expected to get underway in 2022, but was postponed due to utility relocation permitting delays.
Mayor John Tecklenburg, who attended the informational session, explained that the Beresford Creek Bridge is one of 12 bridges that the city owns. Payment for the $2.875 million project will come from the city’s general fund, he said. Unlike many of the bridges in the region, it is not owned by the state or the county.
During the closure, the on and off ramps for I-526 East and West will be the only means of entering or leaving the island for business, recreation or emergency evacuation. Residents living and working on St. Thomas Island Drive and the surrounding communities will have to access Daniel Island via Clements Ferry Road to I-526.
Residents voiced concern about the inconvenience of a nine-month closure, at the meeting, on Facebook and via the paper’s survey (see page 6 for resident survey comments).
“I’m sure they are going to take every effort to expedite this thing if they can,” Tecklenburg said.
City councilman and Daniel Island resident Boyd Gregg was sympathetic, “I understand the inconvenience of nine months more than anybody – I drive across that bridge everyday – but nine months is a really, really, really good timeline for something like this.”
Gregg, who is also a professional engineer, added, “That is actually really fast to get a bridge torn down and replaced. Nine months is commendable.”
The bridge is being constructed by Cape Romain Contractors. The project engineer is Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT), Inc.
Mayor Tecklenburg said he is thankful that the bridge is being replaced, adding, “It really needed replacement and now we’ll have a piece of reliable infrastructure for decades to come.”
Now thru Mid-July: Utility relocation. Bridge remains open.
Mid-July 2023: Demolition begins. Full roadway closure. Detour begins.
Aug.- Sept. 2023.: Pile driving and substructure construction.
Sept. - Dec. 2023: Install substructure form and reinforcing steel.
Dec. - Feb. 2024: Form and pour superstructure and approach slabs.
Feb. 2024: Install traffic and pedestrian railing and guard rails.
March 2024: Roadway and path paving.
March 2024: Finalize construction
April 2024: Open traffic on new bridge.
New projects to bring over 600 residential units to area
June 1: The Waterfront Phase 3 – Two items: Preliminary plat and road construction plans for a road extension and 6 new single-family lots at Helmsman/Waterman Streets.June 1: Woodfield Cooper River Farms II – Site plan for new 71-unit multifamily development at 645 Enterprise Blvd. on 2.7 acres.June 1: Towne at Cooper River Phase II – Linear construction, road and infrastructure improvements to Enterprise Blvd., Beresford Run, and Clements Ferry Rd. covering 30.1 acres.June 1: Towne at Cooper River R/W...
June 1: The Waterfront Phase 3 – Two items: Preliminary plat and road construction plans for a road extension and 6 new single-family lots at Helmsman/Waterman Streets.
June 1: Woodfield Cooper River Farms II – Site plan for new 71-unit multifamily development at 645 Enterprise Blvd. on 2.7 acres.
June 1: Towne at Cooper River Phase II – Linear construction, road and infrastructure improvements to Enterprise Blvd., Beresford Run, and Clements Ferry Rd. covering 30.1 acres.
June 1: Towne at Cooper River R/W Extension – Two items: Linear construction preliminary plat and road construction plans on Clements Ferry Rd. for a R/W extension, roadway construction, and master infrastructure for the Towne at Cooper River Master Development covering 29.92 acres.
June 8: Woodfield Daniel Island 3 – Site plan for 175 units on 6.3 acres at 2058 Daniel Island Dr. Revisions to previously approved site plan. 12 additional units to be included in scope of work.
June 8: Clements Ferry Industrial – Site plan for industrial building with stormwater detention and bioswale on 13.88 acres at 1001 Charleston Regional Pkwy.
June 8: Alliance Apartments PH. 1 – Site plan for new 336 unit multifamily development with supporting infrastructure and utilities on 23.9 acres at 1730 Clements Ferry Rd.
June 8: Primus Park Concept Plan – Concept plan for 102-unit future single-family residential development on 39.7 acres at 2150 Clements Ferry Rd.
June 7: Union Pier – Request amendment to the Charleston City Plan to change the land use designation on the Future Land Use Map in the area of the Union Pier Terminal on the Charleston Peninsula from “Future Planning Area” to “City Centers.”
May 25: Nowell Creek Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge & Path – Linear construction project for a shared use path and pedestrian bridge on Daniel Island at St. Thomas Island Drive. Results: Approval pending final documentation to T&T and Dept. of Stormwater Management
May 25: Daniel Island Drive Hotel - Site Plan for a 38-room hotel, restaurant and event space at 1995 Daniel island Drive. Results: Revise and resubmit to TRC.
Berkeley Co. Bd. of Education meets the first and third Monday of each month. Executive Committee meets at 5:30 p.m.; meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
Berkeley Co. Council meets fourth Mon. of each month, 6 p.m., Berkeley County Admin. Blg., 1003 Hwy 52, Moncks Corner.
City of Charleston Council typically meets the second and fourth Tues. of each month, 5 p.m., City Hall, 80 Broad Street, Charleston, SC and/or virtually via Conference Call #1-929-205-6099; Access Code: 912 096 416. Exceptions: Summer Schedule - 3rd Tues. of June,
July, and August; December meetings on the 1st and 3rd Tues. Dates and locations subject to change.
City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals – Site Design meets the 1st Wed. of each month at 5 p.m. via Zoom.
City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals – Zoning meets the 1st and 3rd Tues. of each month at 5:15 p.m., except for January and July when no meeting is held on the 1st Tues.
City of Charleston Design Review Board meets the 1st and 3rd Mon. of every month at 4:30 p.m.
City of Charleston Planning Commission meets the 3rd Wed. of every month at 5 p.m.
City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review – Large projects meets the 2nd and 4th Wed. of every month at 4:30 p.m.
City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review – Small projects meets the 2nd and 4th Thurs. of every month at 4:30 p.m.
All meetings are open for public comment except the City of Charleston Technical Review Committee meetings.
Residential and mixed-use developments under review
This week there are several developments coming before the various City of Charleston boards and committees. Below are those items as well as results, if any, from the prior week’s items specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. More detailed agendas and results can be found at charleston-sc.gov/agendacenter.Oct. 12: Seven Farms at Pier View Pedestrian Improvements - Installation of curb extensions, Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacon (crossing signal), drainage, and roadway striping. Owner: City of Charleston Applicant: Cit...
This week there are several developments coming before the various City of Charleston boards and committees. Below are those items as well as results, if any, from the prior week’s items specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. More detailed agendas and results can be found at charleston-sc.gov/agendacenter.
Oct. 12: Seven Farms at Pier View Pedestrian Improvements - Installation of curb extensions, Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacon (crossing signal), drainage, and roadway striping. Owner: City of Charleston Applicant: City of Charleston Contact: James Wallace, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct. 12: Mikasa Apartments - Review of revisions to approved project, 336 units on 19.55 acres. TMS: B2680000133. Applicant: Thomas & Hutton Engineering Contact: Corey Balenger, email@example.com.
Oct. 12: Parcel K Residential (Blaze Residential) - Site plan for 50 single-family attached townhomes and associated infrastructure on 5.58 acres at 716 Oyster Isle Dr. (Former Blackbaud and Charleston Battery site on Daniel Island Dr.) TMS: B2750000086. Applicant: Seamon, Whiteside & Associates. Contact: Abigail Richardson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct. 19: Woodfield Point Hope 3 Mixed Use (3rd review) – Site plan for multifamily and commercial mixed-use development for 348 units on 44.6 acres at 1260 Clements Ferry Road. TMS: B2620000028. Applicant: Seamon, Whiteside & Associates, Inc., Contact: Malcolm Glenn, email@example.com.
Oct. 19: Marshes at Daniel Island Phases 1A/1B (3rd review - Revisions) – Review of revisions to approved road construction plans for a new residential subdivision consisting of 59 units on 16.78 acres at 146 Fairbanks Drive. TMS: B2710000010. Applicant: Seamon, Whiteside & Associates, Inc. Contact: Zachary Wortman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct 19: Alliance Apartments Phase 1 (1st review) – Site plan for multifamily development with supporting amenities and infrastructure at 1730 Clements Ferry Road, 336 units on 23.9 acres. Applicant: Seamon, Whiteside & Associates, Inc. Contact: Hannah Wilken, email@example.com.
Oct. 19: Cainhoy Del Webb Phase 2 (3rd review) – Preliminary plat and road construction plans for 233 lots of a new residential subdivision on Clements Ferry Rd. TMS: B2620000028. Applicant: Thomas & Hutton Engineering. Contact: Steven Roach, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct. 5: Point Hope Pump Station N2 - Site plan for a pump station, force main, and gravity sewer extension on 2.5 acres at 886 UT Point Hope Pkwy. TMS: B2620000028. Applicant: Thomas & Hutton Engineering. Contact: Dominic Jones, email@example.com. Results: Open pending delivery of comments from Stormwater Management.
Oct 5: Point Hope Capstone - Site plan for private road, parking, and utilities to serve a mixed-use development on 24.3 acres at 1260 Clements Ferry Rd. TMS: B2620000028. Applicant: Thomas & Hutton Engineering, Contact: Will Cox | firstname.lastname@example.org. Results: Submit to TRC for 1st review.
Oct. 5: River Landing Townhome Project - Site plan for a 30-unit townhome development on 8.065 acres with stormwater ponds and amenities at 56 Fairchild St. TMS: B2750000269. Applicant: Cranston, LLC. Contact: Megan Smith, email@example.com. Results: WITHDRAWN.
Oct. 5: Towne at Cooper River – Major subdivision concept plan for 9 lots on 30.39 acres at 2620 Clements Ferry Rd. TMS: B2710001035. Applicant: Seamon, Whiteside & Associates, Inc. Contact: Spencer Plowden, firstname.lastname@example.org. Results: Open pending delivery of comments from Stormwater Management.
All meetings are open for public comment except the City of Charleston Technical Review Committee meetings.
Charleston supermarket slated to be demolished and rebuilt bigger
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Itching to expand for several years, Daniel Island’s only supermarket will be demolished to make way for a larger store.Publix plans to demolish its longtime store on Seven Farms Drive and build a 50,472-square-foot store and pocket park in its place in the same ...
Itching to expand for several years, Daniel Island’s only supermarket will be demolished to make way for a larger store.
Publix plans to demolish its longtime store on Seven Farms Drive and build a 50,472-square-foot store and pocket park in its place in the same location, according to plans presented to the city of Charleston.
The new location will likely include a few new offerings that will be announced later, company spokesman Jared Glover said.
Plans to expand the existing 29,618-square-foot supermarket have been in the works since 2017, but the expansion never materialized after the city asked the grocer to include windows, tweak its facade and come back with more renderings.
The Florida-based grocer maintained the inclusion of real windows interfered with freezer space, displays and storage. The company withdrew its expansion plans in 2019 and submitted a new proposal for a larger store the following year.
The new design, which includes demolition of the existing building, has been working its way through various government approvals and is now ready to move forward with permitting.
Glover pointed out construction is more than 18 months away. That pushes initial development into 2025, and he said it will take another 12-18 months to build the store.
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“We don’t want to set a date because anything can happen,” he said.
Glover said the company will announce further details on how the construction phase will affect customers and where they will shop before development gets underway.
“We want people to get excited about the new store and not be worrying about where they will buy their groceries,” he said.
The store, which Publix opened in 2002, is the only supermarket allowed on Daniel Island under an agreement with the developer of the master-planned community.
The nearest option for shoppers is across the Wando River — a Harris Teeter five miles away on Long Point Road in Mount Pleasant. Publix has another store about 7 miles north in the Point Hope development off Clements Ferry Road.
The supermarket chain bought the 5-acre Daniel Island Town Center property where the store operates in 2016 for $13.83 million, according to Berkeley County land records. The company also bought the neighboring undeveloped 1.23-acre parcel on Island Park Drive the same year for $900,000.
Publix operates 16 stores in the Charleston area. Two others are in the works for Carnes Crossroads in Goose Creek and Nexton near Summerville. Another has long been planned for the Summers Corner development south of Summerville.
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Train to perform at Daniel Island’s Credit One Stadium
SHAREDANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Train, the popular band best known for hits like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey Soul Sister,” is coming to Charleston in September. The group is set to perform at Credit One Stadium on September 2, 2023.Special guest Parmalee will also perform.Presale tickets go on...
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Train, the popular band best known for hits like “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey Soul Sister,” is coming to Charleston in September.
The group is set to perform at Credit One Stadium on September 2, 2023.
Special guest Parmalee will also perform.
Presale tickets go on sale March 9 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets will be available to the public beginning March 10 at 10:00 a.m.
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