CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) – Programs for a combined-use advancement in place of a Charleston Pepsi facility are in the pre-acceptance approach.
A main renovation is in the operates for the Pepsi distribution facility along Algonquin Highway in Charleston.
On Thursday, the city’s Specialized Evaluation Committee started the pre-approval procedure for a undertaking that will convert the facility into a mixed-use growth together with retail, office environment and food stuff and beverage place.
The challenge was submitted by Hoyt + Berenyi LLC, a area engineering and enhancement company.
According to the TRC, the new development will consist of 24,450 sq. toes of retail use, another 17,550 for meals and beverage use, and 2,500 for out of doors cafe use. Also, city officials stated a significant part will be made use of for business office space.
Eric Schultz, the Principal Planner for the Town of Charleston, stated the initially assessment on September 2nd resulted in some revisions needing to be created.
“They’ve acquired some get the job done to do. Some coordination with SCDOT. The Division of Transportation with the Condition due to the fact Algonquin is a point out highway. Then, they have to satisfy all other codes of the town,” Schultz defined.
Though there is some further work required, Schultz claimed the committee is fired up about the task.
“I think their idea and what we’re observing visually, and the structure is form of exciting. I consider it will be a entertaining area to not only operate, but also pay a visit to as a destination. Getting edge of the food and beverage, what ever finally comes about there.”
Schultz mentioned if all goes nicely, he is confident the task could be accepted in the future 6-8 months.
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