CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Charleston City leaders will raise discussion, once again, for the Long Savannah Development in West Ashley at a public hearing Tuesday.
Plans for this massive development were approved in 2007, but it went into foreclosure. Now, developers and city leaders are ready to see it move forward.
The public hearing will begin at 5 p.m. at Charleston City Hall. A second reading will follow the public hearing.
The property could soon bring 4,500 new homes, new schools, shops, parks and much more to West Ashley. It would also include road improvements to the busy area
It would sit behind Bees Ferry Road, starting near the landfill, and stretching to connect to Glenn McConnell Parkway, an extension of the West Ashley Circle.
For the most up to date plan for this project, click here.