Proactive Planning Key to Maintaining “The Kiawah Experience” as Our Population Expands
Between lots owned by members but not yet developed, and developer lots and parcels not yet sold, there is potentially 35% of Kiawah Island remaining to be developed. Today, 62 homes are under construction, 675 lots are undeveloped, and an additional 72 lots and 8 parcels of land are owned by the developer that have not been sold or developed.
Over the last decade, the KICA board has monitored our island’s gradual growth and has engaged in proactive planning to accommodate our expanding membership and evolving preferences. As you know, KICA maintains our island’s growing infrastructure, and we offer amenities and services, which also must grow concurrently with our population.
By the end of April, KICA’s board will present a formal proposal, created substantially through community member input, to add new amenities at the Sandcastle and Rhett’s Bluff in order to sufficiently serve Kiawah’s current and future population. Be sure to watch your inbox and mailbox to stay up to date on this approaching proposal.