Mount Pleasant's New Tallest Building

 

Look for the new Independent development to break ground and start construction anytime early in 2015.

 

This new development at the corner of Kingsway and 10th will take over some of the empty space, derelict buildings and warehouses that occupy that space currently. The address of the new development will be 285 East 10th Avenue in Mount Pleasant.

 

It took the developer, community and City Hall more than 7 years to get the approval process over. But with that out of the way, new condo, townhouse and retail space will be available sometime in the near future.

 

The Independent will be the tallest building in Mount Pleasant and will set a new president for the development of the neighborhood and community. It boasts "Crafted Living at it's Best" with 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes with a very unique community style courtyard and floor plans.

 

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