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There’s almost always something exciting happening at Carolina Park. Take a few minutes to explore these articles with announcements, news and events.

August 30, 2013

The Post and Courier: Mount Pleasant scores as top suburb in state based on Coldwell Banker survey

East Cooper’s largest community was ranked as the most thriving residential village near a city in South Carolina but didn’t crack the nationwide top 10. That’s based on a countrywide ranking of suburbs by one of the larger real estate firms in the country. Mount Pleasant placed No. 1 in the state in “Top Booming Suburbs in America,” compiled by Coldwell Banker Real Estate. The Madison, N.J.-based agency sa... Read More

July 31, 2013

Residents Club Now Open

Homeowners can enjoy new pool and amenity center in time for summer -- Carolina Park is pleased to announce that their awaited Residents Club is now open. The club is located at the heart of the community and includes a junior Olympic-sized pool with beach entry, kid-friendly water features, changing rooms, showers and nautical themed playground. Future features for this amenity will include an open-air pavilion with outdoor kitchen, te... Read More

July 23, 2013

Residents Club Set To Open

New pool and amenity center are just the latest additions to fast-growing community -- Carolina Park has announced the completion of its eagerly anticipated Residents Club. Slated for a mid-July opening, the club includes a junior Olympic-sized pool with beach entry, kid-friendly water features and nautical themed playground. Future phases will feature an open-air pavilion with outdoor kitchen, tennis courts and expansive space for outd... Read More

April 16, 2013

Carolina One Represents Three New Builders

Riverside at Carolina Park is beginning to show signs of life with a great deal of activity centered on three well-known builders. Cline Homes, Sabal Homes and Saussy Burbank have all been invited to be members of the Carolina Park family of superior builders. Of particular note is the fact that all three builders will be represented by the New Homes Division of Carolina One Real Estate, the metro Charleston real estate market leader. A... Read More

February 28, 2013

David Weekley Homes Grand Opening

Join us for the grand opening of David Weekley’s model home located at 1508 Anacostia Avenue within Carolina Park on Saturday, March 9. Tour the home from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. Enjoy a complimentary lunch provided by Cast Iron Food Truck and prize giveaways. For more information, contact Demetrial Coleman at dcoleman@dwhomes.com or Kelly Gillette at kgillette@dwhomes.com. Read More

February 24, 2013

The Post and Courier: Familiar, unfamiliar signs in the countryside

When Mayor Billy Swails first rode by the small sheds that have sprouted up along U.S. Highway 17 north of here, he thought they were “the largest sweetgrass basket stands I'd ever seen.” Others have thought they might be small restaurants. In fact, they're neither. More accurately, they're a sign of these times, or at least signs of how much we don't like most conventional signs. These five sheds are all sig... Read More

February 17, 2013

The Post and Courier: At times painful ride for Saussy Burbank’s regional manager in Charleston starting to level out

Joe Kirk arrived in metro Charleston in the midst of a housing wave with no end in sight for his company, Saussy Burbank, and the market as a whole. Back then in 2005, the Charlotte based homebuilder was erecting houses lickety-split at White Gables neotraditional neighborhood in Summerville and The Palmetto Forest section of Legend Oaks in Dorchester County. Kirk, vice president and general manager, oversaw a staff that would peak at 1... Read More

February 07, 2013

Mount Pleasant Magazine: Making Its Mark on Carolina Park: David Weekley Homes

The year 1997 marked the beginning of a successful relationship between the South Carolina Lowcountry and David Weekley Homes. Since the beginning, the national builder has helped create the beautiful landscape of Daniel Island and is now building quality homes in Carolina Park in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. David Weekley Homes offers home-buying opportunities from master-planned communities to building on your own lot. David Weekle... Read More

February 01, 2013

The Post and Courier: Parked No Longer: Sprawling upper Mount Pleasant village adds builders, breaks ground on amenities

It’s strange to think that people commenting on social media outlets as recently as 2011 were wondering what ever happened to Carolina Park. Not that such remarks were a surprise: the highly-visible property unveiled in the mid 2000s wrapping around Wando High School in Mount Pleasant had paved streets, infrastructure, a few small businesses, a church, Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital and four customized homes but no sign... Read More

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