Stiles Signs Publix to Anchor New Mixed-Use Project in Charleston

Publix will anchor Point Hope Commons, a 90,000-square-foot shopping center located within Cainhoy Plantation, a mixed-use community under development in Charleston, South Carolina. Publix will anchor Point Hope Commons, a 90,000-square-foot shopping center located within Cainhoy Plantation, a mixed-use community under development in Charleston, South Carolina.

Charleston, S.C. — Stiles has signed Publix to anchor Point Hope Commons, a 90,000-square-foot shopping center located within Cainhoy Plantation, a mixed-use community under development in Charleston.

Point Hope Commons will be designed with a low country architectural theme and feature spaces for gathering and dining. Stiles’ development team based in the company’s Charlotte, North Carolina, office is managing the Point Hope Commons portion of the project, and Eric Meyer and Fritz Meyer of Meyer Kapp & Associates are handling leasing. DI Development Co. is managing Cainhoy Plantation, which is being developed by a combination of Guggenheim corporate and family interests. Upon completion, Cainhoy Plantation will include up to 9,000 single-family residences, a 264-unit apartment community and over 500 acres of retail, restaurant and office space.

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