South Carolina Real Estate News

A Hilton Head developer has plans for a new apartment complex here, in Bluffton

“Wilkinson Way” in Bluffton does not exist – yet.

However it’s a programmer’s preferred as well as suggested road name that would certainly bring about a yet-to-be constructed apartment complex off Bluffton Parkway, southwest of the crossway of Red Cedar Road.

The complex, called Vantage Pointe Apartments at Bluffton Park, has actually been proposed by Bluffton Park Apartments, LLC as well as Bluffton Park D-2, LLC, both of which are signed up to Real estate agent and developer David Staley, owner and also president of Key Road Real Estate on Hilton Head Island. According to Community of Bluffton Preparation Compensation files, the advancement– if accepted– would certainly be a “110-unit multi-family” complicated.

The proposed road names– others consist of Crowder Court and also Vantage Court– will be talked about at this week’s Bluffton Preparation Commission meeting.

The facility’s final development strategy will be evaluated March 13, according to Will Howard of the community’s planning division, as well as verified by Staley on Wednesday early morning.

Staley said the growth’s originally suggested name, Mayewater Apartment or condos at Bluffton Park, was not approved by the community. Howard said the complicated’s preliminary growth plan was examined a couple of months ago.

Another suggested advancement currently under evaluation by the compensation is PulteGroup Inc.’s prepare for 51 residences on 20 acres northwest of the junction of Burnt Church Roadway and also Stroup Lane.

Another PulteGroup task, The Landings at New Waterfront– which will certainly include 7 home styles ranging from approximately 1,600 to greater than 2,500 square feet– are “coming soon,” according to the programmer. The units, located in Bluffton’s New Riverside neighborhood near the traffic circle attaching May River Roadway and also S.C. Highway 46, are not yet valued.

That Atlanta-based designer has actually developed homes in Charleston and various other parts of the Lowcountry as well as throughout 50 markets in the United States, according to its website.