Our first homeowner is happily moved into her new Earl’s Court home!
Last Thursday, we hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Earl’s Court. Three of the first four homes were framed and it was a great opportunity to celebrate with friends, neighbors, elected officials and future residents. Here are a few of the best shots from the day!
We hope you will be able to join us on October 17th from a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the framing of the first four homes in Earl’s Court! A press release with more information can be found below!
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on October 17, 2013 at 9:30am to celebrate the opening of a new street in the Old Village of Mount Pleasant. The new street, Rose Wilder Lane, was built by the I’On Group and connects May Lane, Hibben and Whilden Streets. 26 single-family homes will be built along with neighborhood-oriented commercial space designed to accommodate local businesses. The first four of the 26 planned homes are under construction. Three of these four are sold.
Midway down Rose Wilder Lane is a small square called “Earl’s Court”, a name often used when referring to the development. “Earl’s Court” was derived not from the famous area of London by that name, but for “Earl”, an affectionate Labrador retriever known to “hold court” in the area.
“We aim to advance the informal charm and authenticity of the Old Village with homes that combine traditional detailing and modern conveniences,” said I’On Group Founder, Vince Graham. “We’re a part of this timeless neighborhood, and want the street and building design to be complimentary. Once complete, our hope is that Earl’s Court will blend seamlessly into the surrounding Village.”
The I’On Group is best known for the Morris Square development in downtown Charleston, as well as I’On, its flagship neighborhood between Mathis Ferry Road and Hobcaw Creek in Mount Pleasant.
The ribbon cutting ceremony will begin at 9:30am with remarks from Mr. Graham. Architect Phil Clarke of Clarke Design Group and local builder Josh Moss of Moss Construction will also be in attendance. The ceremony is open to the public and will take place on site near the corner of Whilden and Hibben Streets at the entrance to the Old Village. Parking is readily available on surrounding streets.
“Earl’s Court will offer small, high quality homes in one of the best locations in the Charleston area,” said Jimmy Dye, co-founder and broker of The Cassina Group. “We are excited to share our vision with Mount Pleasant and celebrate the opening of this new street.”
For additional information on Earl’s Court, please visit http://www.ANewStreet.com.
We have the Permit to Operate in hand which is GREAT news. Waiting on tax map numbers and then we can begin BUILDING Phase I, the first 4 homes. Everyone is eagerly awaiting this initial GROUND BREAKING on the first homes, so stay tuned for more updates soon.
Exciting times ahead for a new street in the Old Village!
Earl overseeing the work on Rose Wilder Lane…
We’re pleased to share that we have officially broken ground on Earl’s Court! Contractors arrived on site this week to begin the infrastructure for the community’s road, Rose Wilder Lane. We’ll continue to post pictures of the progress so be sure to check back on our blog for updates! Or visit www.anewstreet.com for more information.
The Cassina Group’s office at 309 Coleman Boulevard in Mt. Pleasant’s Old Village will be a drop-off location this year for the Toys for Tots campaign. Please help us in our goal of spreading holiday cheer to children who are less fortunate by dropping off a new, unwrapped toy between now and December 12th. Thanks in advance for your participation in this great endeavor!
For the third month in a row, home closings in the Charleston area have surpassed the 1,000 units sold mark! August of this year saw 1,014 homes being sold in the Charleston area, compared to 904 homes over the same period last year. According to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, the year-to-date sales volume is also up by 10%. To get a break down of county-by-county figures, check out this article in the Charleston Regional Business Journal.