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A Hilton Head developer has plans for a new apartment complex here, in Bluffton

A screenshot from a Town of Bluffton Plannning Commission agenda which includes plans for the proposed Vantage Pointe Apartments at Bluffton Park development. The commission will review the final development plan March 13.
A screenshot from a Town of Bluffton Plannning Commission agenda which includes plans for the proposed Vantage Pointe Apartments at Bluffton Park development. The commission will review the final development plan March 13. Town of Bluffton

“Wilkinson Way” in Bluffton doesn’t exist — yet.

But it’s a developer’s preferred and proposed street name that would lead to a yet-to-be constructed apartment complex off Bluffton Parkway, southwest of the intersection of Red Cedar Street.

The complex, dubbed Vantage Pointe Apartments at Bluffton Park, has been proposed by Bluffton Park Apartments, LLC and Bluffton Park D-2, LLC, both of which are registered to Realtor and developer David Staley, founder and president of Main Street Realty on Hilton Head Island. According to Town of Bluffton Planning Commission documents, the development — if approved — would be a “110-unit multi-family” complex.

The proposed street names — others include Crowder Court and Vantage Court — will be discussed at this week’s Bluffton Planning Commission meeting.

The complex’s final development plan will be reviewed March 13, according to Will Howard of the town’s planning department, and confirmed by Staley on Wednesday morning.

Staley said the development’s originally proposed name, Mayewater Apartments at Bluffton Park, was not approved by the town. Howard said the complex’s preliminary development plan was reviewed a couple of months ago.

Another proposed development currently under review by the commission is PulteGroup Inc.’s plan for 51 homes on 20 acres northwest of the intersection of Burnt Church Road and Stroup Lane.

Another PulteGroup project, The Landings at New Riverside — which will include seven home styles ranging from roughly 1,600 to more than 2,500 square feet — are “coming soon,” according to the developer. The units, located in Bluffton’s New Riverside community near the traffic circle connecting May River Road and S.C. Highway 46, are not yet priced.

That Atlanta-based developer has built homes in Charleston and other parts of the Lowcountry and throughout 50 markets in the U.S., according to its website.

Wade Livingston: 843-706-8153, @WadeGLivingston

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