CHARLESTON, S.C. — SJC Ventures, a premier Atlanta-based mixed-use, grocery-anchored retail and multi-family development firm, recently announced the groundbreaking for phase two of West Ashley Station will take place later this month.
Phase one, built in 2016, is located at 1125 Savannah Highway, and is a conveniently located shopping plaza with three access points, two traffic signals and visibility that makes it a prominent and popular shopping location in the city.
Phase two will include additional parking and an additional 20,000 square feet of space for dining, shopping and fitness. Previously announced tenants for phase two include Hollywood Feed, Hand & Stone, Another Broken Egg, MADabolic, Pacific Dental, GoodVets and others. Phase one of West Ashley Station is anchored by a 45,062-square-foot Whole Foods, which opened in 2017.
“Both phases of West Ashley Station have been a true product of community collaboration and perseverance, resulting in a transformative center that is a great asset for residents and visitors,” said Jeff Garrison, principal at SJC Ventures. “We look forward to starting phase two and finalizing the plan that we’ve worked so diligently with neighbors and community stakeholders on for many years to create a beautiful environment for people to enjoy.
Demolition on the former Doscher’s IGA Supermarket will occur mid-December, with new vertical construction slated for the first quarter of 2023.
The center is currently 93 percent leased with a 6,500-square-foot space remaining for a restaurant, medical user or boutique.
For leasing inquiries for phase two, contact Cori Jackson with SJC Ventures at Cori@SJCVentures.com or Lindsey Halter with Carolina Retail Experts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About SJC Ventures
Founded in 2007, SJC Ventures is a privately held, mixed-use commercial real estate and retail development firm. The company has acquired and developed more than 60 retail, mixed-use, multifamily and office projects throughout the continental U.S. The company is headquartered in Georgia. For more information, visit SJCVentures.com.
[Rendering 1 attached: West Ashley Station]