More homes coming to north end of Daniel Island

VIDEO: More homes coming to north end of Daniel Island

DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - The Charleston Technical Review Committee says more than 60 additional homes are coming to the northern end of Daniel Island.

While working to finalize plans for 62 homes, The Daniel Island Company says this new section of the development will be part of the Daniel Island Park neighborhood’s final phase.

Plans show the new homes will be built on an area of land that is technically a separate island connected to Daniel Island by an existing small causeway across from Lesesne Street.
Plans show the new homes will be built on an area of land that is technically a separate island connected to Daniel Island by an existing small causeway across from Lesesne Street. (Source: Charleston Technical Review Committee)

Plans show the new homes will be built on an area of land that is technically a separate island connected to Daniel Island by an existing small causeway across from Lesesne Street.

The Daniel Island Company says the 62 lots will look similar to other existing neighborhoods on Daniel Island and include marsh and waterfront properties.

It’s unclear what the names of the roads will be, but the TRC says they are reviewing preliminary plans for the site and road construction.
It’s unclear what the names of the roads will be, but the TRC says they are reviewing preliminary plans for the site and road construction. (Source: Charleston Technical Review Committee)

The Charleston Technical Review Committee agenda says this new subdivision also requires the building of four new roads.

These will all be cul-de-sacs, and are planned to be built in phases. It’s unclear what the names of the roads will be, but the TRC says they are reviewing preliminary plans for the site and road construction.

Once these receive final approval, the TRC says home builders will have to submit single-family house plans to the city for approval and a building permit.

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