Carnes Township being developed by Daniel Island Company is a “sister community” to Daniel Island. The developer is building this master planned community on over 2,000 acres and they are planning on a downtown area called Carnes Crossroads. The downtown area will include shops, restaurants, medical services and office buildings. Roper St. Francis Health care plans on building a medical Facility in the community. Anchored by a 48,756 square foot Harris Teeter grocery store (the first for this area of Charleston), the center will feature 60,000 square feet of specialty shops and restaurants, 25,000 square feet of office space. Northwood Assembly and Northwood Academy will make 60 acres of land home to a church, schools, daycare center and administrative offices.
The homes will be single-family residences, home sites, town homes and condominiums, as many as 15,000 people will eventually make Carnes. Building will begin in 2009. The neighborhood will have porches, sidewalks connecting each area for a true community feel. The first phase will be St James and St Thomas Park.
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