The website says starting summer of 2016, but nearly a year later, the property sits untouched. The plan was to turn this triangular-shaped lot that sits sandwiched between Stone Avenue, Wade Hampton Boulevard and Church street into a “walkable community” featuring 284 Apartment Units, and a State of the Art Harris Teeter Grocery Store.
The Main & Stone Apartments, just down the road already have residents, and a host of retail businesses operating, or soon to be open.
Did the developers bite off more than they could chew? Are they tied up with permitting or the Design Review Board? It’s a great concept, and we hope it sees the light of day. There’s been no talk on the Central Realty Holding’s social media pages since 2015 about the project.
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