19 Nov Boundary Street Work to Begin
Boundary Street work to begin in January in Beaufort: 5 things you need to know
THE ISLAND PACKET / BY STEPHEN FASTENAU / NOVEMBER 17, 2015
Beaufort’s long-awaited Boundary Street redevelopment project should officially break ground Jan. 4, though movement will be seen before then.
The $33.6 million project, meant to make one of the city’s main thoroughfares more welcoming and spur development in the area, will begin this month surveying work, marking utilities and possibly removing buildings targeted for demolition. The redeveloped area will stretch more than a mile — from Neil Road east of Robert Smalls Parkway to Greenlawn Drive near Outback Steakhouse.
BOUNDARY STREET MASTER PLAN (157 PAGE PDF)
The actual street work is expected to begin the first week of 2016, and the project should take two years.