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St. Jasper Redevelopment

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St. jasper redevelopment plans moving forward

St. Jasper has been a hot topic on the peninsula for months now.  A ruing on the original proposal is possible soon but appeals are likely.  There is a negotiated compromise that Beach Company doesn't seem to want and an alternative that keeps the building in place.  

You can see the proposed new buildings in that alternative here:

http://www.charleston-sc.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/03092016-1936

 

 

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The BAR approved the latest plan. Now we will see if a lawsuit will be filed.  

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City Council approves Sgt. Jasper rezoning

Litigation is a possibility but I think this is the last city approval required. I hope it will move forward soon.  I imagine the units will probably command the highest prices per foot on the peninsula, other than the 'affordable' ones of course. .

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BAR approves Jasper design

Looks like this is a sure thing now.

The large building - one of the largest the board has ever reviewed - includes ground-floor retail spaces totaling 25,000 square feet, and a 75,000-square-foot office space along Barre Street.

It will house 222 residential units, a slight reduction from past proposals. That has allowed for more amenities, including a fifth floor terrace and outdoor pool, as well as a fitness center.

The Beach Co. President John Darby has said the company expects to raze the existing 1950 apartment building sometime this summer.

 

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