Month: June 2017

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REPORT OUTLINES COMMUNITY VISION FOR FUTURE OF LADY’S ISLAND

NEW REPORT OUTLINES COMMUNITY VISION FOR FUTURE OF LADY’S ISLAND * * * Sea Island Corridor Coalition, Coastal Conservation League release findings from Lady’s Island community development forum, citizen visioning sessions * * * FIVE PRINCIPLES FOR MANAGING GROWTH ON LADY’S ISLAND   BEAUFORT SC, JUNE 28 – Lady’s Island residents are concerned that the …

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90 Turn Out To Hear Whitehall Issues; MidCity CEO Cancels Appearance

More than 90 people – mostly residents of neighborhoods surrounding Whitehall Plantation – flooded the Fellowship Hall at Carteret Street Methodist Church Thursday night at an information meeting organized by the Sea Island Corridor Coalition. The goal of the meeting was to share what is known about plans for Whitehall, related development challenges and the city …

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Whitehall (Well, almost…)

History Whitehall Plantation was established around 1790 by English sea captain Daniel Hingston Bythewood. Originally comprising 700 acres, the plantation lands were used mainly for rice cultivation. With the arrival of Union troops in Beaufort in 1861, the property was seized from the Bythewood family. The family tried to gain possession of the plantation through …

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MidCity Real Estate CEO To Speak At June 22 Whitehall Meeting

Kirk Demetrops, president and founder of MidCity Real Estate Partners in Atlanta, has agreed to speak as part of the Whitehall Plantation information meeting on June 22. MidCity is in the process of acquiring the Whitehall parcel at the east end of the Woods Memorial Bridge, and is said to be considering development of residential …

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