2018 CITY GUIDE HARDEEVILLE: Hardeeville’s Roads to the Future

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RESIDENTIAL GROWTH PROJECTIONS

City of Hardeeville: 5,800 residents to 28,000 in the next 10 years
Ardmore New River Apartments: 248 additional units this year
Sun City: additional 150 units a year for combined total of 750
East Argent: 350 additional units a year through 2022 for a total of 1,750 units; 500 units per year from 2023 to 2028 for a total of 3,000 units — a combined total of 4,750 units
University Park: 35 additional units per year through 2020 for a total of 105 units
Hilton Head Lakes: 35 additional units this year; 85 more units per year from 2019 to 2022; 50 units per year from 2023 to 2024; a combined total of 475 units

JASPER OCEAN TERMINAL

  • A deepwater container port on the north side of the Savannah River in a partnership between South Carolina and Georgia.
  • The plan includes a four-lane divided highway connecting U.S. 17 with rail connections and a rail bridge across the Savannah River.
  • The $4.5 billion project has been in the planning since 2007, but political dissension and lack of funding have slowed progress.

RIVERPORT BUSINESS PARK

  • Mixed-use warehousing, distribution and light industrial use space totaling 15.5 million square feet as part of an overall 5,136-acre RiverPort project.
  • Waste Management has also announced a $23 million investment for a 25,000-square-foot fueling facility at the site.

EAST ARGENT

  • The planned development district between U.S. 278 and S.C. 170 would include 9,500 residential units and 1.5 million square feet of commercial, retail and office space.
  • It woul be the largest planned development in Hardeeville’s history and would increase the city’s population by 20,000 residents.

Hardeeville2LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE HILTON HEAD

  • The Jimmy Buffet-themed active adult retirement community broke ground this year and unveiled nine model homes on June 30.
  • Located across U.S. 278 from the East Argent development, 3,000 homes and a 290,000-square-foot retail center are planned.

HARDEEVILLE COMMERCE PARK

  • The project for the area off Interstate 95’s exit 5 includes 800,000 square feet of various commercial/retail/industrial space.
  • Parker’s announced plans to build a $1 million, 20,000-square-foot facility to house its IT operations, fuel and facilities maintenance, and warehouse

HARDEEVILLE RECREATION CENTER

  • The $6.5 million project will include basketball courts, a weight room, office space and classrooms.
  • The site will be in downtown Hardeeville, but the actual site and construction timetable are undetermined.

COMMUNITY CENTER

  • Acreage on John Smith Road was donated to the city, and the title transfer is ongoing.
  • Tourism accommodation tax revenues will fund a large portion of construction.
  • The city’s parks, recreation and tourism and media departments will relocate to the new building.

 

Sources: City of Hardeeville, Minto Latitude Margaritaville Division, Stratford Land, Jasper Ocean Terminal (JOT), SouthernCarolina Alliance, Southern Lowcountry Regional Board