West Columbia is continuing to grow with the sale of a 37.87-acre property, which will soon become a mixed-use development. The city’s new $60 million project known as Langley Pointe will feature a combination of Class-A housing and commercial components.

NAI Columbia’s development team facilitated the $3.75 million deal located between Sunset Blvd., Henbet Dr. and Ephrata Dr.

“Our development team has been invested for many years to help strategically redevelop West Columbia,” says NAI Columbia’s Ben Kelly. “To make the Langley Pointe project come to fruition, we worked in close collaboration with the City of West Columbia, Lexington County, SCDOT and other stakeholders.”

Langley Pointe will feature a multifamily gated community and apartment homes with nine-foot ceilings, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and other finishes. The community will offer amenities including a resort-style pool, outdoor kitchen, fire pit, fitness facility, a bark park, pet spa and electric vehicle charging stations. The first apartment homes are expected to be available for occupancy by fall 2023.

The retail space is 15-acres and will be adjacent to Langley Pointe. An official with NAI Columbia stated they are working on a plan to add a grocery store, however they have not begun marketing the available retail parcel at this time.

The new development is possible in part due to the use of the City of West Columbia’s Redevelopment Floating Zone District. Langley Pointe is said to spur major road improvements at the intersection of Henbet Dr. and Sunset Blvd., including a signalized intersection, road widening and a new turning lane.

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