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26.4 Acre Property in City of Goose Approved for 234 Apartment Units
Contact: Stanley Baker
The City of Goose Creek is high on the list of attractive destinations to settle in the State of South Carolina. Being situated in Berkeley County means close proximity to Google, Boeing, and the brand-new Volvo Campus means no shortage of high-paying employment options. It’s also only a 30-minute drive to the historic City of Charleston as well as some of the most beautiful beaches on the East Coast. Goose Creek is a part of the Charleston, SC Metro Area and according to recent census data, Goose Creek is the eighth-most-populated city in the state. For commercial land developers, finding developable land in the City of Goose Creek has become very difficult. The likelihood of getting approval now or in the near future for any new multi-family housing development will only become more difficult as the available supply of ideal land quickly vanishes and the city’s appetite for high-density housing diminishes.
I’d like to highlight a property that may be one of the last tracts of land of its size in the City of Goose Creek with a site plan approved for mixed-use/multi-family housing development.
The parcel of land sits between two busy roads, Highway 176 and Myer Rd – which is currently being widened to accommodate the increased traffic from all of the major development underway in the general vicinity.