Kiawah’s Summer Heats up with Landmark Sale
On Tuesday, July 15, history was made on Kiawah Island when 99 Flyway, a seven-acre undeveloped homesite with 250 feet of Atlantic Ocean views, closed for $22 million. It is the largest…
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Based on a $1.3 million environmental study performed in 1974 — before Kiawah Partners purchased the island — Kiawah Partners decided against a higher-density community and instead developed a forward-thinking master plan that balances the social, recreational, commercial, and habitat needs of the Island’s varied residents.
In fact, thanks to the efforts of Kiawah Partners, other Kiawah Island organizations, and Kiawah homeowners, the Island’s dense foliage and forest habitat looks much today as it did centuries ago. Kiawah is considered by many to be the most sensitively developed barrier island in the nation.
Today, the Master Plan continues to guide Kiawah’s evolution as a luxury gated community. Key features of the plan include: