There are a lot of mattress companies in South Carolina that claim to have the perfect mattress for everyone. At Sleep King, we believe that every person is different and has different needs when it comes to their mattress. That's why our mattress store in Cane Bay, SC, has a wide variety of beds and brands to choose from. That way, you can find the right mattress for your body and get the very best sleep quality possible.
As a family-owned and operated mattress store with more than 40 years of experience in the sleep industry, we know a thing or two about comfortable mattresses. Cane Bay residents choose Sleep King because we provide our customers with a personalized shopping experience. When you walk through our showroom doors, we want you to feel comfortable - both on our mattresses and with our store associates. At Sleep King, you won't ever have to worry about pushy salespeople and limited selection. Instead, you will discover that we encourage you to take your time as you search for your next bed. Sleep is incredibly important, and by proxy, finding the right mattress for your body type is too.
When you visit our showroom in Cane Bay, know that we are a full-service store with mattress experts ready to help. From questions about mattresses and their warranties to financing and mattress delivery, there's no question we haven't heard before.
We carry some of the most popular brands in America, and unlike other mattress stores in Cane Bay, offer them at the lowest prices around, guaranteed. There's a reason why we were voted your #1 mattress store in the Lowcountry - because we truly care about our customers and their quality of sleep!
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At Sleep King, we carry the largest selection of high-quality national brand mattresses in Cane Bay.
Often considered the best mattress brand in the world, innovation sets MLILY mattresses apart from others. Our customers love MLILY mattresses because they are expertly built through decades of research and rigorous testing. The folks at MLILY are committed to precision, meaning every detail of product detail they push is geared towards the ultimate satisfaction and comfort.
Restonic Mattresses: Restonic line of mattresses are multi-layered beds with cooling foam technology that adds resilience, support, and temperature control. The result is a cool, comfy sleep that leaves you refreshed and ready to attack the day.
Every mattress in the Comfort Sleep lineup has a great combo of support and comfort, making for a restful night's sleep. With heavy-gauge coils and high-performance materials, these mattresses are durable and built to last. Be sure to try one of these mattresses out in our showroom - our customers love the pocketed coils and minimal motion transfer.
The Golden brand is lesser known than some, like Tempurpedic. Still, it is a quality product with many foam and non-foam options that we think you'll love. Choose from standard memory foam, hybrid, and innerspring options while visiting our showroom in Cane Bay.
There's much more to choosing a good bed than how you think it will look in your bedroom. There's plenty to think about, from innerspring options to memory foam and even hybrid mattresses. At Sleep King, our priority is our customers. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service. We want to do right by you, which why we want to be sure you find the perfect bed when you visit our mattress store in Cane Bay, SC. To help you get started, here are a few tips on choosing the best bed for your sleep needs.
This tip might seem like a no-brainer to some, but it's important that you visit a showroom so that you can lay on different beds to get a feel for what you like. At Mattress King, you will have the chance to explore different styles, designs, and shapes, and mattress materials. Finding a bed online at a price you can afford is great, but you should lie on the bed first, not just look at it on a screen.
Here's a surprising fact: just because a mattress costs more money, it doesn't mean it's going to be a better bed. Sure, more expensive beds might have newer technologies and materials, but not everyone has the budget to walk into a mattress store in Cane Bay and spend $3,000. Figure out what price range you're comfortable paying and look at the best options for your bottom line.
Before you swing by our showroom and start trying out beds, it might be a good idea to measure the space where your new mattress will go. If your bedroom is on the small side, a king-sized bed might be too big. Similarly, a small bed in a huge room might make for strange aesthetics. Aim for a reasonable amount of room around your bed - enough where you can walk around comfortably. As mentioned above, get specific measurements of the area you plan to use. That way, you have peace of mind knowing your new mattress will fit in your bedroom.
This tip often comes down to personal preference. It will take a little bit of trial and error to figure out which material works best for your back - innerspring, memory foam, or latex. While your friend's and family's opinions matter, keep in mind that their mattress choice was subjective. What works for them won't necessarily work for you.
Also called coil mattresses, innerspring beds are probably the most well-known on this short list. Innerspring mattresses are often more affordable than their latex and memory foam counterparts. These beds are ideal for people who want a lot of support and a cooler night's sleep.
This material is known for its great cooling properties and overall comfort. With latex, there are no strange off-gassing odors like you sometimes get with memory foam. Latex mattresses are ideal for people who want a responsive, bouncy feel and may have problems sleeping hot.
First developed by NASA in the 70s, memory foam is probably the most popular material in the modern mattress market. Memory foam conforms to every inch of your body, giving you maximum comfort and support. Memory foam is also know for its anti-motion properties. Memory foam can be a great choice if you tend to toss and turn at night and sleep with a partner who wakes up when you do. Memory foam mattresses are ideal for people who need pressure relief, good support, and refreshing comfort.
If you have a bad back, it's crucial that you find a mattress with proper support. Slat and spring beds often offer plenty of support, but latex and memory foam options have come a long way. If you want memory foam or latex but find the support to be subpar, consider an adjustable base instead of a normal platform. That way, you can always sleep in a comfortable position that benefits your back.
You read that right! Sleep King is the first choice for quality beds in Cane Bay, but we also have a huge selection of furniture for your home. If you're looking for a one-stop-shop for mattresses and furniture alike, you have come to the right place. If you're shopping for a new mattress at the best price possible, why not throw in a bedroom suite at an amazing price too?
Living Room Sets - from traditional-style suites with classic textures to modern sets with attractive upholstery, we will help you find the best living room set for your home.
Bedroom Suites - our bedroom suites range from contemporary to classic and come in a variety of colors and styles to compliment your new mattress purchase.
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Cane Bay High School’s girls soccer team will have a new leader next spring as it tries to build on the program’s best-ever campaign on the pitch.Former JV coach Taylor Hillman takes the reins from William Everett, who retired after last season. The 2022 Cobras won 10 matches, finished second in Region 7-AAAAA and hosted a Class AAAAA playoff match. They appear to be trending upward.Hillman is grateful and humbled to have been considered for the gig.“It is absolutely a dream come true to have been selec...
Cane Bay High School’s girls soccer team will have a new leader next spring as it tries to build on the program’s best-ever campaign on the pitch.
Former JV coach Taylor Hillman takes the reins from William Everett, who retired after last season. The 2022 Cobras won 10 matches, finished second in Region 7-AAAAA and hosted a Class AAAAA playoff match. They appear to be trending upward.
Hillman is grateful and humbled to have been considered for the gig.
“It is absolutely a dream come true to have been selected as the new coach of a program I feel I’ve put my heart and soul into,” Hillman said. “My favorite part about coaching the junior varsity women was having such a hands-on impact on their development, not only as young athletes but also as young women. It’s such a beautiful thing to see their growth and achievements and absolute love for the game over time.”
It’s not hard to see Hillman has a passion for the game. A Cincinnati native, she began dribbling a soccer ball as soon as she could put one foot in front of the other without falling over and eventually suited up in high school and at the club level at the University of Dayton.
“When I graduated college, I knew I couldn’t leave the soccer field just yet so I decided to get into coaching,” Hillman said.
This will be her fifth year at Cane Bay. Hillman started out teaching and coaching at Summerville High School in 2017 and spent one year with the Green Wave.
Hillman’s first varsity squad at Cane Bay has some key players to replace. She lost all three all-region players - Kara Perkins, Marina Werwinski and Caitlyn Tyson – and primary goal keeper Mikayla Lawrence off last year’s team. Perkins scored 27 goals and dished out 10 assists.
However, the next two most proficient players at finding the back of the net can return for Hillman’s maiden voyage. Rising sophomore Natalya Hahn tallied 11 goals and three assists while classmate Claire Orth scored eight goals. A handful of other experienced players can also return.
“We did graduate a lot of very talented players and we will absolutely miss them and everything that they brought to our program but we still have the potential to fill another strong roster for this upcoming season,” Hillman said. “These young women are determined, tenacious and fearless. They understand the day you plant the seed is not the day you eat the fruit. As I said before, I’ve coached almost all of our returning varsity athletes in their days on the junior varsity, and I know without them we would not be the program we are today.”
The 2022 edition of the Cobras lost by a single goal in the opening round of the playoffs. Hillman hopes to guide her first team to a postgame celebration in the postseason. The Cobras have never seen the second round of the playoffs.
“Obviously, the goal of any coach is to win the state championship, and that is still a goal of mine,” she said. “However, Cane Bay women’s soccer has never won a playoff match and I believe we have the determination, work ethic and tenacity to change that very soon.“
Hillman, who teaches government, economics and psychology, during the school day, is also the women’s cross country coach in the fall.
The 2022 high school football season will officially begin this weekend with three area preseason jamborees on tap for Friday and Saturday.Another sign of impending kickoffs is the release of the annual preseason Post and Courier All-Lowcountry football team. The 2022 list includes several names that are among the best in the state at their position, and a few that are ranked among the nation’s elite prospects.Headlining the preseason team are a pair of offensive linemen, senior Monroe Freeling of Oceanside Collegiate and...
The 2022 high school football season will officially begin this weekend with three area preseason jamborees on tap for Friday and Saturday.
Another sign of impending kickoffs is the release of the annual preseason Post and Courier All-Lowcountry football team. The 2022 list includes several names that are among the best in the state at their position, and a few that are ranked among the nation’s elite prospects.
Headlining the preseason team are a pair of offensive linemen, senior Monroe Freeling of Oceanside Collegiate and junior Kam Pringle of Woodland. Both players have more than 20 official offers, including Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama, Miami and Notre Dame, to name a few.
A third member of the offensive line, Cane Bay senior Kameron Durant, has verbally committed to East Carolina. Rounding out the trenches are Fort Dorchester junior Ty’Rik Deas and James Island senior Hodges Gaulden.
Fort Dorchester senior Zolten Osborne, the 2021 Lowcountry offensive player of the year, is the quarterback of the preseason All-Lowcountry team. Osborne threw for more than 3,500 yards and 35 touchdowns last season and holds several offers, including one from South Florida.
Oceanside Collegiate senior Vaughn Blue, a commitment to Charlotte, is one of three running backs on the preseason list, joined by a pair of juniors, Hanahan’s Kevon Rivera and Cane Bay’s T.J. Wright.
The three listed receivers are Fort Dorchester senior Tre Ryan, Baptist Hill senior Kevin Townsend, and Summerville junior Yannick Smith.
Rounding out the offense is placekicker Griffin Gore of Philip Simmons and athlete Savionne Jones of Stratford.
A couple of fourth-year starting linebackers headline the defensive group of first-teamers.
Timberland’s Omari Jenkins and TJ Wilson of Ashley Ridge have been varsity starters since entering high school and each is among the career leaders in tackles at their respective schools. Cane Bay senior Cameron Avery, himself a tackling machine, is the third linebacker of the first team.
Along the front are Timmy Castain (Oceanside Collegiate), DeAndre Jones (Fort Dorchester), Amonte McCray (Cross) and Bryce Smalls (Philip Simmons).
In the secondary, first-team performers are Malik Horry of Hanahan, Michael Jenkins of Summerville, Troy Stevenson of Philip Simmons and Gemoi Brown of James Island.
James Island’s Coleman Franzone is the punter and Troy Reid of Goose Creek is the athlete.
The jamboree season kicks off with two local gatherings of teams on Aug. 12.
The Moncks Corner Lions Club jamboree will host eight teams at Berkeley High School with the first contest starting at 6 p.m. Teams will play two quarters with a running clock. Admission is $8 cash at the gate.
Cane Bay and Andrews will start the night, followed by Hanahan and Goose Creek. Stratford will take on Philip Simmons and Berkeley will play Colleton County in the nightcap.
Wando High’s District 2 regional stadium will host the Charleston County jamboree with 12 teams playing 24-minute scrimmages on the same night. Admission is $6.
The action begins at 5:30 p.m., with Burke taking on Lucy Beckham. Academic Magnet will play North Charleston, followed by West Ashley taking on St. John’s. Military Magnet and Stall are the night’s fourth matchup, with Baptist Hill taking on Bishop England in the next contest. Closing out the night is a battle between James Island and Wando.
On Saturday, Charleston Southern University is the site of the first 1team1cause football showcase, with a mixture of jamboree scrimmages and a full-game, regular season contest. Admission is $7, cash or online ticketing only.
Play begins at 5 p.m., with a two-quarter scrimmage between Porter-Gaud and Pinewood Prep. Battery Creek will play Cross for one quarter and will play First Baptist for one quarter. Cross and First Baptist will also play each other for a quarter.
The nightcap is a season-opening game between a pair of SCISA state powerhouses as Trinity Collegiate of Darlington plays Thomas Heyward Academy of Ridgeland. Trinity Collegiate was a Class AAA state finalist in 2021 while Thomas Heyward has won four consecutive state titles in Class A.
Proceeds from the event benefit WakeUp Carolina, a local non-profit organization designed to assist and counsel young people, individuals and families in their battle against substance abuse.
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — Last Tuesday, there was a meeting within the Berkeley County School District to discuss changing attendance lines within the county because of overcrowding in the Cane Bay area....
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — Last Tuesday, there was a meeting within the Berkeley County School District to discuss changing attendance lines within the county because of overcrowding in the Cane Bay area.
Although the measure was not voted on, the problem of overcrowding remains within the area.
Berkeley County as a whole has experienced a 34 percent increase in population over the last decade. That’s the second highest rate of any county in the state.
This is partially due to the popularity of the area’s school system and community. It’s why Cane Bay resident Ashley Hill moved to the area two years ago.
“The reason that I like it here so much is because we have a sense of community and how Cane Bay trails, I get to experience that and golf cars and stuff like that,” Hill said.
But the space has started to become crowded. Since 2010, the Cane Bay population has grown from 1,321 people to 12,362 residents.
Right now approximately 75 percent of the land is permitted for expected build-out.
“They are going up so quickly,” Hill said, “It has grown tremendously. The traffic around here has gotten a lot more aggressive. I believe that even with school days, I mean, just trying to figure out how to get into the elementary school or the middle school because they're so close to each other, it makes it difficult for the people who are trying to go to work.”
Cane Bay currently has 5,941 building permits issued and 510 are under construction.
That means the number of residents may grow even more than the current population of 12,000.
There are also 7,950 entitlements for expected build-out in the Cane Bay area.
So that begs the question: Are Berkeley County officials prepared to deal with the growth in the community?
I took that question straight to Berkeley County Supervisor Johnny Cribb and here was his response:
“In the last several years, there's not a whole lot that we've rezoned or approved, but it's really the entitlements that that are out there.”
Cribb says that he hasn’t approved many building permits during his three years in office. But despite that, there are still thousands of permitted builds that have yet to take place.
So I asked him what his plan for the future was.
“If you look at what's going on in the world right now, anybody pretends to know what's going to happen is they're playing make believe,” Cribb said.
He said that the current market place, partially due to the coronavirus pandemic, has made it hard to predict when build-outs will happen and what the area will look like in the future.
Not satisfied with the answer to my question, I went to other officials to get more answers.
I asked the Cane Bay representative of the Berkeley County Council Caldwell Pinckney about the growth in the community.
He said that council does realize the threat the growth in the area has and it will be dealt with eventually. However, he said it has “not gotten to the point where we have had to sit down and talk about it.”
“Even in the most aggressive scenario, [build-outs are] years away. So two or three years, there's no way you could build out all that out in two or three years,” Cribb said.
When asked if a building moratorium would be considered to slow down some of the developments in Berkeley County ,both Cribb and Pinckney said it wasn’t on the table at this time.
Cribb does say that he believes the main solution, and the focus for him right now, is the roadways around the Cane Bay area.
“You put $65 million to widen 176, $82 million for Nexton I-26 interchange, so people would have their own interchange and doing improvements in the community.” Cribb said, “The biggest thing is, for us, almost three years now I have been relentlessly pursuing what I can control. And it's any new things that come in, and frankly, how can we improve the quality of life for the people that have moved out there who are the ones that created the growth.”
Cribb also said he is working with water and sewer officials to prepare for the influx of houses coming in the area.
One question I did pose to Pinckney was if the county would consider utilizing impact fees to help fund the building of new schools in the Cane Bay area. Pinckney said that he does believe impact fees are in place to an extent, but are not covering the whole budget.
But for residents like Hill, they believe that there is a lot being overlooked which only adds to their concern about the future of Cane Bay.
“I'm concerned with the overpopulation. I do not feel like the county has taken any hasn't thought about with all these, you know, kids that are coming in. Where they're supposed to go.”
Fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is planning a new roost in one of the Lowcountry’s megadevelopments in Berkeley County.The Atlanta-based company plans to build a 4,452-square-foot restaurant at 1726 State Road on an outparcel at the Publix-anchored Market at Cane Bay Shopping Center, according to site plans.The parcel sits between Parker’s Kitchen convenience store and a building jointly occupied by AT&T and Starbucks...
Fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is planning a new roost in one of the Lowcountry’s megadevelopments in Berkeley County.
The Atlanta-based company plans to build a 4,452-square-foot restaurant at 1726 State Road on an outparcel at the Publix-anchored Market at Cane Bay Shopping Center, according to site plans.
The parcel sits between Parker’s Kitchen convenience store and a building jointly occupied by AT&T and Starbucks coffee shop.
“While we are still early in the process, Chick-fil-A is happy to share that we are actively pursuing a new location in the Summerville area,” according to company spokeswoman. “We look forward to working through the approval process … and are excited by the prospect of joining the Cane Bay neighborhood.”
The representative did not provide a construction timeframe. The chicken chain has several other restaurants across the Charleston region.
Another one is slated for Charleston International Airport and could open in December, pending a contract extension with airport concession giant Hudson Group.
A downtown Charleston restaurant wants to expand but needs permission from the city to forgo the required number of parking spaces.
Roy Neal, owner of El Jefe Texican Cantina at 468 King St., will ask the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals on March 1 for a special exception to build a 1,220-square-foot outdoor deck without providing more parking. The expanded restaurant would require 28 spaces under city regulations.
Architectural firm Synchronicity is representing the restaurant in the special exception request.
A new jewelry store is on the way to Tanger Outlets in North Charleston.
Banter by Piercing Pagoda plans to open in a 1,572-square-foot space between Brooks Brothers and Francesca’s, according to site plans.
The retailer has another shop in the Charleston area in Northwoods Mall, also in North Charleston.
It’s part of Ohio-based Signet Jewelers, which also operates well-known brands such as Kay, Jared, Zales and Diamonds Direct, among others.
An artisan boutique and gift shop is now open in a new location in Mount Pleasant.
Lavender Hill Designs recently moved to 10 Resolute Lane in the I’On neighborhood from Belle Hall Shopping Center off Long Point Road.
The locally owned shop includes home accents, linens, women’s apparel, jewelry and gifts from Europe as well as unique items online. It also offers complimentary in-store gift wrapping.
The owner is Tracey Wonnacott, a self-described Francophile whose shop displays a French flair. She plans a grand opening later in the spring. The new location is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m Monday through Saturday.
A new massage franchise will open its first South Carolina location in the Lowcountry on March 2.
The Now Massage will welcome customers at 1421 Shucker Circle, Suites 103-105, in the Oyster Park retail center in Mount Pleasant.
Town residents Camila and Jensen Anderson will own and operate the new business.
“We can’t wait to welcome the Mount Pleasant community to our cityside oasis for some much-needed rest and relaxation,” Camila Anderson said.
As part of the boutique’s grand opening week of March 2-8, all massage bookings will receive a complimentary enhancement of either a cooling peppermint salve or a hydrating eye mask with vitamins and antioxidants.
The shop also will offer freebies to some of its first members. Hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. daily.
For more details, go to thenowmassage.com/mount-pleasant.
A Virginia-based restaurant with a bawdy-sounding name is now welcoming diners in downtown Charleston.
Well Hung Vineyard, named after a former grape-growing farm in the Old Dominion, opened Feb. 19 at 49 S. Market St. across from the City Market.
Owner Anthony Herring has two other locations in Virginia in Roanoke and in Gordonsville, near the company’s base outside Charlottesville.
Herring bought the business in 2016. It started as a vineyard near Charlottesville in 2008 by three women.
The restaurant’s wines come from a winery in the Old Dominion that make them from grapes grown in Washington, Oregon and California.
The “eclectic” menu will be tweaked every three months. Offerings include salads, sandwiches, pizzas, shrimp and grits, and various other dishes.
The Market Street site includes some seafood choices the restaurants in Virginia do not offer.
The restaurant is open seven days a week with brunch on weekends. The dining room includes the bottom two floors while the third floor serves as an office.
Aaron Lee is the general manager, and Stephanie Wilson is the chef. The restaurant is open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Reservations are not required.
The Hudson, a 300-unit multi-family apartment complex in Summerville’s Cane Bay neighborhood, was recently sold in an off-market transaction to a private equity firm for $79.5 million.The sale was announced in November 2021. New York-based developer Mond...
The sale was announced in November 2021. New York-based developer Monday Properties sold the complex on Owl Lane to Columbia-based PassiveInvesting.com, which invests in multi-family properties in the Southeast and Texas.
“This off-market transaction was an excellent opportunity for both the buyer and seller, and ultimately the residents within the community,” said Frank Craighill, vice president of development at Monday Properties.
PassiveInvesting.com is now offering qualified investors a stake in The Hudson for a $50,000 minimum commitment.
The Hudson is the only multi-family project located in the Cane Bay community. A Publix-anchored retail center was just added across the street.
Monday Properties broke ground on The Hudson in October 2019 and delivered the first buildings in April 2021 with 10% of the project pre-leased and 21 units occupied. The Hudson experienced a steep pace of demand and is now more than 58% leased with 160 units occupied at sale.
The spacious studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments have private balconies and patios, open-concept floor plans, stainless steel appliances and nine-foot ceilings.
Amenities include a clubhouse and business center, fitness studio and a saltwater, zero-entry pool with sun shelf. Rent prices range from $1,258 for a studio to $2,344 for a three-bedroom unit.
“The property was a great opportunity for our group to expand our footprint in the Charleston (metropolitan area),” said Dan Handford, managing partner of PassiveInvesting.com. “The high-quality asset fits nicely into our portfolio of multi-family properties.”
According to The Hudson’s investment offering, PassiveInvesting.com predicts a 26.3% annualized return on investment with a five-year hold period and the potential to more than double the investment through equity.
This transaction serves as the second multi-family property acquisition in the Charleston market for the firm. In September 2021, PassiveInvesting.com bought the 350-unit complex Bluewater at Bolton’s Landing in West Ashley. PassiveInvesting.com’s total portfolio has a current value of more than $742 million with a total of 4,233 multi-family units.
The sale of the Hudson at Cane Bay marks the second sale of a multi-family property by Monday Properties this year.
While Monday Properties focuses primarily on real estate markets in New York City, the greater Washington, D.C. metro area, Los Angeles and San Francisco, the team will continue to keep an eye on development opportunities in Charleston.
Monday Properties’ portfolio includes more than 2,700 multi-family units and more than 5 million square feet of commercial office space.
“We are energized by the current activity in the market and intend to seek future development in Charleston and similar growing Southeast markets,” Craighill said. “The successful delivery and subsequent sale of The Hudson is a direct result of the strength of the Southeast market, specifically the exceptional economic growth of the Charleston area.”
Cane Bay High School’s boys basketball program has never won a region championship but is a legitimate contender as the Region 7-AAAAA slate dawns.The Cobras, who first started playing in 2008-09, are 12-5 and have some momentum built up. They are coming off a 62-51 victory at Ashley Ridge on Jan. 5, their fourth straight overall and fifth in six games.“To be at 12 wins right before the start of region play is not bad,” first-year Cane Bay coach Shawn McKeen said. “That’s pretty good. It’s ab...
Cane Bay High School’s boys basketball program has never won a region championship but is a legitimate contender as the Region 7-AAAAA slate dawns.
The Cobras, who first started playing in 2008-09, are 12-5 and have some momentum built up. They are coming off a 62-51 victory at Ashley Ridge on Jan. 5, their fourth straight overall and fifth in six games.
“To be at 12 wins right before the start of region play is not bad,” first-year Cane Bay coach Shawn McKeen said. “That’s pretty good. It’s about what I expected when the season began. We’ve had a few closes losses.”
McKeen’s squad also beat fellow Berkeley County School District programs Timberland (61-44) and Hanahan (61-31) recently, earning season sweeps of both.
Senior wing Christian Smith paced the Cobras with 21 points against Ashley Ridge while senior guard Robert McLeod and junior guard Jordyn McKeen contributed 17 and 14 points, respectively.
McLeod led the Cobras against Timberland and Hanahan with 14 and 15 points, while McKeen scored 11 in each game. Sophomore guard Curtrell Dixon chipped in nine and 10 points. Smith and junior forward Jayden Diaz kicked in nine points apiece against Hanahan.
Senior guard Xavier Adams has also led the Cobras in scoring recently, tallying 11 points in a tournament game versus Lakewood. McKeen poured in 18 points to lead the way in a tournament victory over Wren.
Senior forward Aaron Hardy has been a strong worker around the glass.
Cane Bay opens the region schedule at home on Jan. 11 against Wando before hosting Stratford on Jan. 14. The Cobras also play two-time defending region champion Goose Creek at home on Jan. 18.
They step outside region play at Stall on Jan. 21 before finishing the first rotation through the region slate at Berkeley on Jan. 25.
“The seniors want to make this season count,” McKeen said. “They see the importance of every single game. The four juniors and sophomore on the team are buying in like there’s no tomorrow.”
The Cobras have not been to the playoffs since 2012 and never hosted a playoff game.
In the girls’ game on Jan. 5, Cobras junior Alaina Nettles scored a game-high 24 points and senior Jasmine Jenkins added 12 points as Cane Bay improved to 12-3 with a 57-46 victory at Ashley Ridge on Jan. 15.
Cane Bay is ranked eighth in Class AAAAA.
MONCKS CORNER – A 788-acre tract near Cane Bay Plantation changed hands in a sale for nearly $15 million last month.Daniels Lake LLC, an affiliate of Charleston-based Gramling Brothers Real Estate & Development, bought the tract just west of S.C. Highway 17A from Thomas B. Daniels for $14.75 million.Two smaller parcels, which border the property, were also part of the deal.The transaction is the latest land purchase near the sprawling 4,500-acre Cane Bay tract in unincorporated Berkeley County, about 30 miles n...
MONCKS CORNER – A 788-acre tract near Cane Bay Plantation changed hands in a sale for nearly $15 million last month.
Daniels Lake LLC, an affiliate of Charleston-based Gramling Brothers Real Estate & Development, bought the tract just west of S.C. Highway 17A from Thomas B. Daniels for $14.75 million.
Two smaller parcels, which border the property, were also part of the deal.
The transaction is the latest land purchase near the sprawling 4,500-acre Cane Bay tract in unincorporated Berkeley County, about 30 miles northwest of downtown Charleston.
Cane Bay is permitted for 10,000 homes at full buildout. The county has approved 5,700 homes for the nearby 2,000-acre Wildcat site. With 2.5 people per household at full build-out, that’s nearly 40,000 residents, roughly equal to the current population of Goose Creek.
At the beginning of 2021, about 4,500 homes were on the ground in both Cane Bay and the Wildcat Tract.
The tract is currently zoned for agricultural use, although the zoning supports a minimum lot size of 30,000 square feet. No residential development plans have been submitted to the county.
Attempts to reach Gramling Brothers for comment on the purchase on July 26 were unsuccessful.
Gramling Bros. owner Ben Gramling has previously said that not all of the 2,031-acre Wildcat Tract will be developed since some of it is wetlands, buffers or open space. Gramling Bros. initiated development of the Cane Bay tract about 15 years ago.
The corridor between Goose Creek and Moncks Corner has become a popular destination for homebuilders over the past few years.
A 512-acre tract near Goose Creek that real estate developers have been eyeing for years was part of a $4 million deal in late June. Rye-Build LLC of Tallahassee, Fla., purchased the property along S.C. Highway 52 in unincorporated Berkeley County on June 30 from Mt. Holly Properties LLC.
The site is across Highway 52 from the entrance to the Century Aluminum plant.
The Rye-Build site is adjacent to Mungo Homes’ Medway Landing, a 96-home neighborhood. Foxbank Plantation, which already has more than 1,500 homes, will add another 1,200 units in the coming months.
Also, Cypress Preserve and Oakley Pointe will add 1,100 homes in the coming year, while the Matthews-Strawberry development, just south of the newly planned Publix on Highway 52 and Cypress Gardens Road, will begin development on 367 homes on its 75-acre tract next year.
Cane Bay High School’s 2022 football schedule has been released and the Cobras have more home games than road trips in the regular season.Cane Bay hosts six of its 10 opponents.The Cobras return most of their offense from a squad that averaged 26 points a game and finished 9-3 overall, placing second in Region 7-AAAAA with a 3-1 mark.Leading rusher TJ Wright and leading tackler Cam Avery, a linebacker, are set to return for coach Russell Zehr’s squad.Only one of Cane Bay’s non-region foes had a l...
Cane Bay High School’s 2022 football schedule has been released and the Cobras have more home games than road trips in the regular season.
Cane Bay hosts six of its 10 opponents.
The Cobras return most of their offense from a squad that averaged 26 points a game and finished 9-3 overall, placing second in Region 7-AAAAA with a 3-1 mark.
Leading rusher TJ Wright and leading tackler Cam Avery, a linebacker, are set to return for coach Russell Zehr’s squad.
Only one of Cane Bay’s non-region foes had a losing record last season.
The Cobras open on the road in Week 0 on Aug. 19 at Beaufort (12-3 in 2021), which played for the Class AAAA state championship last season.
Rival Ashley Ridge (5-5) and West Ashley (5-5) visit Cane Bay in Week 1 and 2 before the Cobras receive a bye on Sept. 9 for starting off in Week 0.
The Cobras are at home on Sept. 16, hosting James Island (5-5). The next Friday, they travel to May River (8-3) on Sept. 23.
Region 7-AAAAA play kicks off on Sept. 30 at Wando (2-6).
On Oct. 7, Cane Bay hosts Stratford (4-5). The Cobras travel to three-time defending region champion Goose Creek (7-4) on Oct. 14.
Cane Bay steps outside the region on Oct. 21 with a home matchup against Stall (0-7) before closing out the regular season slate at home against Berkeley (2-6) on Oct. 28.
Aug. 19 – at Beaufort
Aug. 26 – Ashley Ridge
Sept. 2 – West Ashley
Sept. 9 – Bye
Sept. 16 – James Island
Sept. 23 – at May River
Sept. 30 – at Wando
Oct. 7 – Stratford
Oct. 14 – at Goose Creek
Oct. 21 – Stall
Oct. 28 - Berkeley
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BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. – Buffalo Wild Wings opened its brand new Summerville location Friday in Cane Bay. The new location brings over 100 full-time and part-time jobs to the community.The location, at 117 North Creek Drive, is the new center Stage Buffalo Wild Wings design with state of the art video display’s for customer’s to watch their favorite sports teams.Buffalo Wild Wings offers the brand’s award-winning chicken wings and 26 signature sauces and seasoning options, plus a other fan favorites inclu...
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. – Buffalo Wild Wings opened its brand new Summerville location Friday in Cane Bay. The new location brings over 100 full-time and part-time jobs to the community.
The location, at 117 North Creek Drive, is the new center Stage Buffalo Wild Wings design with state of the art video display’s for customer’s to watch their favorite sports teams.
Buffalo Wild Wings offers the brand’s award-winning chicken wings and 26 signature sauces and seasoning options, plus a other fan favorites including burgers, chicken sandwiches and an array of appetizers.
The new restaurant’s hours of operation are from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m, Sunday-Wednesday and 11 a.m. – midnight Thursday-Saturday.
For more information or to place a take out order with Buffalo Wild Wings, download the Buffalo Wild Wings App or visit www.buffalowildwings.com. Customers can also use DoorDash, GrubHub and Uber Eats to place an order. Buffalo Wild Wings is also available through EZ Cater, which can accommodate large orders for businesses and organizations with 24 hour advance notice.
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If it seems like parts of Berkeley County are being invaded by new out-of-state residents, you’re only halfway wrong — or correct.Almost half of new home buyers in Nexton and Carnes Crossroads — two of the most flocked-to master-planned communities in the Charleston region — are coming from places beyond South Carolina’s borders.In 2021, this group represented 47 percent of purchasers in Nexton and Carnes Crossroads. The other 53 percent came from within the Palmetto State, with 70 percent of those...
If it seems like parts of Berkeley County are being invaded by new out-of-state residents, you’re only halfway wrong — or correct.
Almost half of new home buyers in Nexton and Carnes Crossroads — two of the most flocked-to master-planned communities in the Charleston region — are coming from places beyond South Carolina’s borders.
In 2021, this group represented 47 percent of purchasers in Nexton and Carnes Crossroads. The other 53 percent came from within the Palmetto State, with 70 percent of those originating from inside the Charleston area, according to data provided by the developers.
“It’s been that way from the beginning,” said Nexton spokeswoman Cassie Cataline. “Since we’ve opened, the percentage has been about the same – 50-to-60 percent of the buyers have come from South Carolina and the rest from out-of-state. I don’t know if it’s a price-point thing or what.”
The 5,000-acre Nexton property is expected to put about 7,000 homes on the ground with a population of about 17,500 at full buildout over the next decade. Over roughly the same period, the nearby 2,300-acre Carnes Crossroads development could have about 4,500 homes with more than 11,000 residents.
A common misconception among Lowcountry residents is that the majority of buyers are moving from either the Northeast corridor or Ohio.
“No, we are not being invaded by people from Ohio,” Cataline said with a chuckle.
Last year, the largest percentage of out-of-state buyers in Nexton moved in from North Carolina and Georgia, specifically from the Charlotte and Atlanta metropolitan areas.
The other top referring states were New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania as those buyers were made up primarily of retirees.
“It’s not just the home itself anymore that’s important,” said Roni Haskell, a realtor with Keller Williams, who has sold more than two dozen homes in the two mixed-use mega-developments. “Yes, the home and affordability are huge factors, but it’s also the neighborhoods now. More and more buyers are looking for the master-planned communities — what I’d call macro-communities — like Nexton and Carnes Crossroads.
“They don’t want to feel isolated; they want to feel like they are in the heart of things, but they don’t want have to go too far to get that lifestyle,” she added. “They want a community feel.”
Nearly 85 percent of buyers in Nexton were made up of either baby boomers or millennials, although there was a smaller percentage of younger buyers as well.
• 49 percent are boomers.
• 36 percent are millennials.
• 15 percent are gen-Xers.
Caroline Ayres, 29, grew up in the Hilton Head Island area and had been living in an apartment in Summerville with husband, Lee, since 2018. The couple wanted more space and went in search of a home in early 2020, finally settling on a property in Nexton’s Brighton Park.
“Everything is super convenient and anything we need is about 10 minutes away,” she said. “Summerville is close by, and we can hop on the interstate and get to downtown Charleston pretty quickly. There’s a lot to do, some great restaurants, some great walking trails, there’s green space, we have a dog park near our house, so everything we need is right here. Those factors were huge for us when we were making our decision on where to buy.”
Tucker Martinelli, 61, was stationed at the Navy base in the early 1980s and was familiar with the area. When his wife, Elizabeth, retired as a school teacher in the summer of 2020, the Charlotte coupled moved to Carnes Crossroads.
“South Carolina is a retirement-friendly state with some of its tax policies,” Martinelli said. “I knew the Summerville-Goose Creek area pretty well. We looked at some homes in the Del Webb section of Nexton, but we fell in love with Carnes Crossroads. We’re still pretty active, so we like to get out and do things. That’s very important for us.”
Ayers said the mix of families in her Brighton Park neighborhood offers a unique generational blend.
“We have young families with kids and without kids and also some retired folks,” Ayers said. “I think it’s an interesting mix because most neighborhoods are normally either young families or an older crowd. Nexton offers a little bit of everything to every generation and that gives it a real community feel.”
Nexton sold 576 homes during 2021, giving the community a total of 2,000 sales. At the end of 2021, Nexton had 1,675 occupied homes and another 250 sold and under construction, with 1,258 completed apartments and 602 under development, Cataline said.
Carnes Crossroads had 480 completed homes in 2021 with 57 under construction, 42 in the planning and approval stage and 823 apartments on the ground, said spokeswoman Julie Dombrowski of DI Development Co., the development manager for the project.
Cane Bay, another large housing development in that area of Berkeley County, did not respond to a request for comment.