Developments coming soon to West Columbia, SC

West Columbia has been busy and it’s only getting busier with a new $60 million development coming soon.

Langley Pointe Apartments map

Langley Pointe Site Map

Photo provided by NAI Columbia

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🏗 Langley Pointe

A new $60 million mixed-use development with Class-A housing and commercial components is coming to West Columbia, thanks to NAI Columbia facilitating the sale of a 37.87-acre property along Sunset Boulevard.

The new luxury, multifamily gated, community apartments will be located between Sunset Boulevard, Henbet Drive, and Ephrata Drivethink the open area across the street from Parks Furniture Antiques Ltd and Dynamic Fitness on Sunset Boulevard. The first apartment homes are expected to be available by next fall and will feature:

  • 9-foot ceilings
  • Granite countertops
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • High-end finishes
  • A resort-style pool
  • An outdoor kitchen with fire pits
  • A state-of-the-art fitness facility
  • A “bark park” and pet spa
  • Electric vehicle charging stations

Along with the new Langley Pointe development, West Columbia has been busy with several other construction projects this year. Read about two of them that are currently in the works:

Brookland Site Plan

Brookland Site Plan | credit: Seamon Whiteside | all renderings for illustration only + subject to change

🏗 Brookland Development

A $40+ million dollar development coined as “Bringing Brookland Back” sits on the corner of Meeting and State Streets across the street from the Congaree River.

The 14,500-19,000 sqft mixed-use development project broke ground in early 2017 and construction has been broken up into four major buildings — luxury apartments, residential living, the business center of Brookland, and the 4West Apartments to house 52 residential units and about 15,000 sqft of commercial space. Read more about the project’s timeline here.

🏗 State-of-the-art nursing simulation center and teaching space

And don’t forget about USC and Lexington Medical Center’s $20 million partnership (announced earlier this year) to build a new state-of-the-art nursing simulation center + teaching space.

USC’s Board of Trustees also announced a new Graduate Medical Education (GME) affiliation with the local hospital to transition graduating students into new primary care programs. Read more about the project here.

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