Meeting scheduled Wednesday for proposed building plans in Mt. Pleasant

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) — Plans for new office buildings, apartments and a hotel will be discussed at Mount Pleasant’s Commercial Design Review Board meeting on Wednesday.

The second phase of The Boulevard complex on Coleman Boulevard calls for 100 apartments and three- and four-story buildings facing Pherigo and King streets.

The two-acre parcel, owned by Heitman Real Estate of Chicago, will include a 311-space, four-level parking deck as well on the interior of the tract.

Near the Ravenel Bridge as part of a proposed, mixed-use development, Holder Properties is asking for final approval of the site, landscape and architecture for a five-story, 112,340-square-foot office building.

The building would sit next to Charleston Harbor not far from the new Bridgeside Apartments opening in August.

At Long Point Road and Interstate 526, Formation Development Group of Alpharetta, Ga., is seeking final approval of the site, landscape and architecture for a 168-unit, three-story senior-care center called The Solana.

The $22.6 million facility would sit on 12 acres at 601 Solana Way, adjacent to Hobcaw Creek Plantation subdivision.

At Mount Pleasant Towne Centre, Encore Lodging of West Ashley is asking for preliminary approval of site and landscape revisions for a six-story, 92-room Hyatt Place Hotel between the Belk department store and Regal Cinemas Palmetto Grande 16 movie theater.

The hotel will include more than 5,000 square feet of retail space in the 73,709-square-foot structure.

At 1435 Stuart Engals Blvd., a two-story, 10,110-square-foot office building is being proposed by Stuart Engals Harbor Center LLC.

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