Restore at Carolina Park Hosts Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening Ceremony

Ribbon CuttingRestore at Carolina Park, a new 55+ residential community in Mt. Pleasant, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony and luncheon on April 22. Local dignitaries, project team members and residents gathered for the official opening of the 8,000 square foot amenity center and first occupied apartment flats and cottage homes. The development partners also presented a check donation to Stokes-Marshall Senior Center.

Restore at Carolina Park is designed specifically for adults age 55+ who are ready to enjoy an active, independent, simpler, healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle. The community offers everything from Lowcountry-inspired cottages and maintenance-free apartment flats to superb assisted living and memory care facilities for folks who need a helping hand, offering a true continuum of care in one community.

Mt. Pleasant Mayor Will Haynie welcomed guests and expressed his appreciation for the combination of positive economic impact this community and its residents will have on Mt. Pleasant, without burdening infrastructure of the surrounding area. At project completion, Restore at Carolina Park is projected to provide the following impact to Mount Pleasant and Charleston County:
• $200,000,000 in total capital investment
• $1,500,000 in annual property taxes
• 60 new jobs
• $2,500,000 in annual direct payroll
• $2,300,000 spent mostly locally on goods, services and utilities
• No additional impact on schools
• A fraction of the incremental traffic as compared to single family neighborhoods, offices and shopping centers

“We’re thrilled to celebrate all that Restore at Carolina Park will offer to our residents seeking to make their next fifty their best fifty,” said Tony Berry, Principal of The Berry Companies/TBC Development.

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