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Steve Dudash and Jay Weaver - Redevelopment of the North Charleston Navy Yard.
Steve Dudash and Jay Weaver - Redevelopment of the North Charleston Navy Yard.

Wed, Mar 01

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Daniel Island Club

Steve Dudash and Jay Weaver - Redevelopment of the North Charleston Navy Yard.

In-Person and Zoom

Visitors - Please contact condkr@gmail.com if you'd like to join our meeting
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Time & Location

Mar 01, 2023, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Daniel Island Club, 600 Island Park Dr, Charleston, SC 29492, USA

About the event

March 1 – (Daniel Island Club) – Steve Dudash, Director of Special Projects, Jamestown and Jay Weaver, President, Weaver Capital Partners, Redevelopment of the North Charleston Navy Yard. 

Jamestown has developed high profile properties around the world. – Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco, One Times Square in NYC, and Buckhead Village and Ponce City Market in Atlanta amongst them. Now it has been charged with redevelopment of the former Navy Yard in North Charleston. The Navy Yard has maintained a presence on the N. Charleston waterfront for more than a century. It includes the former Naval Hospital, a neoclassical power plant, and a series of storehouses. Jamestown intends to create a mixed use neighborhood which will include new office space, residences, shopping, and dining in the nearby Park Circle neighborhood as well as new green spaces, a concert hall, and an outdoor events venue. Steve played an important role in the development of Daniel Island with his previous firm DesignWorks which designed and planned our streets and parks, the neighborhoods, the shopping areas, churches, and schools here on DI. Jay focuses on developing and repositioning retail, industrial, mixed-use, and office properties in the southeast. One of those properties was the old Cigar Factory in downtown Charleston. 

Required reading: 

https://www.jamestownlp.com/properties/navy-yard-charleston 

https://www.historiccharleston.org/blog/a-bold-and-impactful-preservation-project-charlestons-historic-naval-base/

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