Charleston’s largest development, Point Hope, encompassing over 9,000 acres, just announced plans for some massive new projects, including one of the biggest senior care facilities in the region and an new 36,000 square foot commercial center.
The planned 450-unit continuing care residential center, Restore at Point Hope, will occupy a 37-acre site on the north side of Clements Ferry Road, across from the Publix-anchored shopping center.
The development will include 378 units for independent and assisted living and 72 memory care rooms, forming the second phase of the project. The first phase will feature 92 single-family homes and 66 attached units specifically designed for senior housing.
Alongside this senior care development, Point Hope is undergoing expansive growth with various commercial projects. The Gates at Point Hope, a 36,000-square-foot commercial hub, will introduce an array of businesses including eateries like Ye Ole Fashioned and Catrina’s Tacos and Tequila, and service providers such as Edward Jones and Modern Movement Yoga. These new ventures complement existing establishments in the nearby shopping center.
Additionally, The Goddard project, adjacent to The Gates, will contribute 224 residential units and 17,000 square feet of commercial space to the community. With ongoing lease negotiations, including potential tenants like Edward Jones Financial Services, and new businesses like Creative Edge Dance Center and Subtle and Sass boutique at 116 Renaissance Lane, Point Hope continues to evolve as a dynamic and comprehensive mixed-use community in Charleston.