After years of delay, it appears the historic Sergeant Jasper redevelopment project on the Charleston peninsula has been given the green light to proceed from the Charleston Board of Architectural Review (BAR).
The years-long battle over the proposed redevelopment of the Sergeant Jasper property on the Charleston peninsula is almost over — and there is no shortage of opinions on why the project attracted so much opposition from local special interest groups.
The Orangeburg Chamber of Commerce recently inducted The Beach Co. Chairman of the Board Charles Way into its Business Hall of Fame, recognizing him as a top executive who has contributed to the county’s economic development and community enrichment.
Charleston's Park Circle redevelopment was a topic of the recent Urban Land Institute panel. The group of real estate developers and business owners were briefed on key projects in the area at the beginning of the event.
Long tied up in the courts, Charleston's Sgt. Jasper redevelopment project earlier tonight advanced through a collaborative exchange between the property's owner and the city's Board of Architectural Review (BAR).
In the latest signs of progress for the project, the Charleston City Council earlier today voted 10-3 to amend the city’s Comprehensive Plan to allow for the the “Gateway Overlay Zoning” approved by the city council in June.