Construction work on new Beaufort Dollar Tree store begins

emoody@beaufortgazette.comMarch 8, 2013 

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An artist's rendering of the 10,000-square-foot Dollar Tree store that is being built at the intersection of Robert Smalls Parkway and Burton Hill Road.

SUBMITTED RENDERING — Submitted rendering

Construction has begun on a new Dollar Tree in front of Lowe's Home Improvement Store in Beaufort.

The 10,000-square-foot store will be at the intersection of Robert Smalls Parkway and Burton Hill Road.

Several aspects of the store were changed by the city's Design Review Board to save trees on the previously wooded lot and screen the side of the building facing Burton Hill Road.

Bike racks were moved closer to the store's entrance to save a pine tree, and the store sign was moved to save maple trees, according to meeting minutes. The building itself was shifted to allow more space for pedestrians and preserve additional trees.

The Dollar Tree is the first business to move onto one of the four lots in front of Lowe's, all of which are zoned commercial. Lowe's has been at 207 Robert Smalls Parkway for a decade.

In other changes about town:

  • The opening of Lighthouse Pizza at 81 Sea Island Parkway has been postponed until 11 a.m. March 16, according to the restaurant's Facebook page.

  • Information: 843-522-0527

  • Vaden Automotive Group of Beaufort has moved to 2811 Boundary St., the former O.C. Welch Ford Lincoln Mercury dealership.

  • Information: 843-525-4100

  • The spring kids' consignment sale at One Week Boutique will be Wednesday through Saturday at 1420-D Ribaut Road, the former home of Frugal Frannies. The boutique is part of a national movement of pop-up temporary consignment stores. The Beaufort boutique is held in the spring and fall. It will be open to the public Thursday through Saturday, with everything half-priced on Saturday.
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