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Daniel Island has approximately 12,629 residents as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 estimates. That’s an uptick of over 2,000 residents since 2010. Located in Berkeley County between the Cooper River and Wando River, the first homes sprang up about 20 years ago. Since then, the master-planned community has added more homes, parks, walking trails and amenities for residents that rival (and surpass) similar communities throughout the U.S. Daniel Island has been recognized for its innovative master plan by developers all over...
Daniel Island has approximately 12,629 residents as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 estimates. That’s an uptick of over 2,000 residents since 2010. Located in Berkeley County between the Cooper River and Wando River, the first homes sprang up about 20 years ago. Since then, the master-planned community has added more homes, parks, walking trails and amenities for residents that rival (and surpass) similar communities throughout the U.S.
Daniel Island has been recognized for its innovative master plan by developers all over the country and has received top honors including Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence; Outstanding Project Award by the South Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association; Community Design – Best of State; Best in American Living (BALA) award for smart growth by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB); and a host of mentions in national publications.
This lovely island town, in evidence of its increasing population and economic growth, is the best place to live in Charleston County, according to those who call it home. Town homes, single-family homes and expansive estate-like homes make up the diverse community.
“People of all ages come from all over the country, and from around the world, to make Daniel Island their home,” said Csilla Sztankovics of Carolina One Real Estate. “I’ve met people from New York, LA, Iran and India, to name a few. People are drawn to the loveliness of this island, the many amenities and conveniences it offers.”
According to Sztankovics, the island’s original master plan was approved by the City of Charleston for a total of 7,500 housing units. Its popularity has realized such tremendous growth – the actual build out number is currently at 6,300. Most likely, demand will continue and home values will continue to increase.
According to the Daniel Island Park Association, the concept of the neighborhood is one that embraces the environment – the wetlands, vegetation and natural features – while evoking a strong sense of place in terms of architecture. Deriving inspiration from Lowcountry villages and towns, “the elegance and gracious quality,” from small attached homes in the center of town to the larger homes built with fabulous water views; there should be a consistency in “vocabulary, materials and form.” The simplicity of form – pitched roofs, porches, high ceilings and dominate rooflines – is a distinct characteristic of all homes on Daniel Island.
Within the whole are intimate neighborhoods that have access to beautiful green spaces, trails, bike paths, parks and activities. Daniel Island’s ambiance is one of a suburban neighborhood of the 1920s and 30s, but the scale is more in keeping with an island town or village. The understated elegance of the architecture and park-like setting combines to create a serene and harmonious living space, with streets interconnecting one neighborhood area to another. Daniel Island’s design is modeled after Frederick Law Olmsted’s architectural and landscape artistry – ensuring the cohesiveness between nature and manmade environments appear as if they have always been there.
“We love to say that Daniel Island attracts buyers in all stages of life,” said Terry and Tim Haas of Century 21 Properties Plus. “As parents and homeowners in this community, we are so lucky to live in a place that gives us so much pride and we are so grateful to have made friends here who we ‘do life’ with now and for years to come.” Terry Haas, a former “featured expert” on HGTV’s Designed to Sell commented that there is “literally something for everyone and one can find something to do with people who have similar interests.”
The town center is the hub of Daniel Island where residents and visitors can mingle, and those living near it, can walk to varied and plentiful shops and dining options. The homes and area located on the Wando River have a “low-key village atmosphere similar to Georgetown or McClellanville and other coastal villages in the region,” while the commercial district near I-526 and Seven Farms Road is “similar to the downtown areas of many of the small towns in South Carolina.” The result is that the two districts come together as a “dynamic functioning town center for Daniel Island.”
Each neighborhood has its own park and DITRAILS (Daniel Island’s trail system) has 23 trail loops and trail markers to ensure residents and visitors can navigate through them, via walking, jogging or cycling. Yes, there’s an app for that, “DiTRAILS,” so that navigation and monitoring of fitness goals are seamless.
“Residents have access to Bellinger Island,” said Holly Buceti of Island Park Properties. “Many will rent paddleboards and explore the beauty of this nature preserve.”
With over 23 miles of rivers and creeks, 25 miles of trails, two golf courses and a host of fitness centers, residents have access to numerous healthy-lifestyle options.
Single family homes begin in the high $500,000 and large homes with private docks and water views are priced at over $4 million. Smaller (about 640 square feet) attached dwellings – one bedroom, one bath – are priced at $132,500.
“The median sales price of a home on Daniel Island is around $700,000,” said Sztankovics. “The median condo sales price is about $280,000; however, there are upscale condos with river views that can go up to $1.39 million.”
Sztankovics stated that townhomes are in high demand and prices for these can range anywhere from $350,000 to $650,000.
“I’ve lived on Daniel Island for some time,” said Buceti. “You pretty much don’t have to leave the island unless you want to. We have everything here – our own fire department, library, doctors’ offices, restaurants and shopping. We love that you can jump on a golf cart and go anywhere – or walk anywhere and leave your car. Residents here are of all age groups – from 20s to their 80s. Many older active adults choose Daniel Island as opposed to a specific older-living community.”
Buceti also mentioned that several waterfront homes – including estate-like homes on Ralston Creek -- have their own private dock.
“You can get on your boat and be in Shem Creek in 20 minutes or take a day trip to Hilton Head,” she said.
The businesses, schools & other island amenities
Businesses on the island are varied and plentiful – physicians, dentists, legal, home improvement, interior design, developers, art studios, technology, fitness centers, pet care, marketing, banking, salons, retail, real estate, landscaping and more – any and everything that makes daily living that much more amenable.
The Volvo Car Open hosts the annual World Tennis Association (WTA) professional women’s tennis tournament, along with several other tournaments throughout the year. MUSC Health Stadium is Charleston’s soccer team’s home and The Daniel Island Country Club has nationally-recognized golf courses. Several sports and concerts events are hosted in these venues.
“Business growth was very noticeable in the past few years,” Sztankovics said. “When Blackbaud decided to move its headquarters here and build a state of art facility to accommodate them, that most likely triggered other developments that have sprung up over the past few years. A wine shop opened its doors that uses the latest technology, several new apartments, commercial spaces and a resort style senior living facility is slated to open this fall. A restaurant with an on-site brewery opened up recently. One of the new apartments called Central Island Square apartments has a commercial component, called Central Island Park Retail, where six of the eight available spaces already have been leased.”
Blackbaud is the world’s leading software company and Benefitfocus, a multi-million-dollar tech company founded nearly two decades ago, chose Daniel Island as home to their headquarters.
“There are also many new developments in the making,” Sztankovics added. “A butcher shop, a performing arts center, an extension of Publix grocery – which will nearly double in size – and a new church and a new recreation center are all coming to Daniel Island.”
Daniel Island has three schools; The Daniel Island School, the public elementary and middle school; Bishop England, a private school; and Daniel Island Academy, an early education childcare center.
“One of my favorite things about Daniel Island is that many children ride their bikes to school every morning,” Sztankovics said. “It’s promising to see how a community can grow so rapidly yet remain small enough so that its residents can enjoy everyday life to the fullest.”
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Daniel Island Facts
• Daniel Island was once occupied by the Eitiwan tribe of Native Americans and was originally known as “Ittiwan Island.”
• Daniel Island was named after Robert Daniell, a wealthy captain that sailed between Bermuda, Barbadoes and Charleston. Daniell became Deputy Governor of South Carolina in 1716 at the age of 70.
• The Daniel Island site has served as a cattle ranch, a farm and a hunting preserve.
• The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation “planted the first seeds” of Daniel Island’s award winning community in the 1990s.
• Daniel Island is comprised of 4,000 acres.
• The Post and Courier published an article in November of 1992 entitled, “Blueprint for Daniel Island unveiled,” that revealed what the community would eventually become.
• The internationally acclaimed and award-winning chocolatier, Phyllis Farzam, lives on Daniel Island.
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Dania Yadago and her family lived in three Middle Eastern countries before coming to the United States as refugees 10 years ago. Wars, extreme poverty and repeated threats due to their Christian faith made life difficult for the Yadago family. “We often lacked basic necessities, such as...
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We’re not the only ones celebrating 20 years of coastal living! The May issue of Coastal Living magazine commemorates the publication’s 20th anniversary, and to mark the occasion the editors have named their picks for the 20 Best Places to Live on the Coast. We are thrilled to see Daniel Island on the list of “20 truly remarkable small towns, big cities, colorful islands, cozy communities and exotic international destinations.” With destinations like Boston, San Diego and Oahu, Hawaii on the lis...
We’re not the only ones celebrating 20 years of coastal living! The May issue of Coastal Living magazine commemorates the publication’s 20th anniversary, and to mark the occasion the editors have named their picks for the 20 Best Places to Live on the Coast. We are thrilled to see Daniel Island on the list of “20 truly remarkable small towns, big cities, colorful islands, cozy communities and exotic international destinations.”
With destinations like Boston, San Diego and Oahu, Hawaii on the list, Daniel Island is in good company! Our Charleston address – combined with world-class recreational amenities and a beautiful coastal setting – make our island town a standout coastal community.
“While Charleston may have invented gracious urban living, this 20-year-old community on its own island within the city limits offers a small-town version of that ideal,” write the editors.
To select the top 20, Coastal Living editors assembled a panel of experts to examine the elements that define a great place to live on the coast: the quality of the destination; the coastal lifestyle; the urban and community design; and, for international locations, elements of expat life. The panel reviewed nominees in each category, and travel and living experts at Travel + Leisure and MONEY magazines provided additional insights. The final list of places was named based on those expert assessments and on editorial input.
Click here to check out the article and learn more about some of the world’s greatest coastal communities.
Twenty plus years ago, the concept of Daniel Island was a dream. “Before I-526 was completed in the early 90s, you couldn’t get to this property without going all the way up to Mount Pleasant, Highway 41 and coming in, or getting on a boat,” said Julie Dombroski, Communications Director of the Daniel Island Development Company. “Even though the property was in the middle of the region, it wasn’t accessible and it was used for farming, cattle ranching and as a hunting retreat.” In 1947, the Guggenheim f...
Twenty plus years ago, the concept of Daniel Island was a dream.
“Before I-526 was completed in the early 90s, you couldn’t get to this property without going all the way up to Mount Pleasant, Highway 41 and coming in, or getting on a boat,” said Julie Dombroski, Communications Director of the Daniel Island Development Company. “Even though the property was in the middle of the region, it wasn’t accessible and it was used for farming, cattle ranching and as a hunting retreat.”
In 1947, the Guggenheim family purchased a big chunk of what is now Daniel Island. Harry Frank Guggenheim used it as his family’s personal retreat for the aforementioned purposes. Over time, Guggenheim set up the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation and upon his death, the land was deeded to the foundation and the idea of a master-planned community was born.
“Mayor Joe Riley annexed it to the City of Charleston,” Dombrowski explained. “So the whole idea of this, this planned community is that it would be an extension of Charleston and it’s what began to take shape.”
The former mayor also wanted to ensure that Daniel Island wasn’t a gated community and that it had public access to the community and its parks. Four-thousand acres of combined high land and marsh land has blossomed into an idyllic haven in which many call home. It comprises single family homes, condos, townhomes, apartments, custom homes and waterfront homesites that feature Wando River, tidal creek, golf, marsh and wooded views. Each neighborhood is designed to connect people and places, and each has its own green space or park.
“Once the development began, the investors and developers, including Frank Brumley and Matt Sloane, bought the property and got the rest of the developers to come along and here we are today,” said Jeff Leonard, VP of sales and broker-in-charge of Daniel Island Real Estate (DIRE).
DIRE, a subsidiary of the development company, once served only listings on Daniel Island, but over the last three years, it’s branched out as a full-service brokerage company, acquiring listings off the island. Leonard, who worked for DIRE in 2001 and 2002, left to manage a community in North Carolina but said he’s always been drawn to Daniel Island.
“I stayed in touch with the developers here and we came back to Daniel Island,” Leonard said. “My family and I have always had an affinity for this place.”
Leonard said that single family homes begin in the high fives and at the top end, $4.5 million. “That’s what we see on the sale and resale side of things,” he said. “There are people who’ve invested $7-8 million in their properties, they bought them, built them and live in them.”
The majority of residents are permanent ones with a diverse mixture. Leonard said he has buyers from both coasts. He stated Daniel Island is even more attractive now that the vision of it is coming to fruition.
The newest community on Daniel Island, Captain’s Island, has three phases. Phase three is about to launch. There are 100 homesites and the neighborhood will have its own amenity clubhouse, The River Porch.
“It’s intended to feel like the Old Village or older waterfront communities,” said Dombrowski. “Even if you don’t have a waterfront property, you have access to view sand docks.”
Touring the new community with Leonard, we drove across a bridge over Ralston Creek. The views there and within were stunning. The landscaping and conservation are pristine – as initial plans of Daniel Island were and will always be – a focus on interconnecting communities while preserving what the Lowcountry is known for – beautiful oaks, waterways, nature and green spaces.
“With the new plans to build a waterfront restaurant here (the waterfront Children’s Park) and East West Partners developing Waterfront Village, it’s really going to define the waterfront lifestyle. It allows people to come down and enjoy it any time of day.”
Leonard said he expects Captain’s Island to be completed within the next five years and pointed out a lot that has its own bridge to it. About an acre with unobstructed, gorgeous waterway views, he estimated that the price of it would be about $2.5 million.
The minimum square footage for a home in Captain’s Island is 2,500 square feet. Leonard described the community as Daniel Island’s “crown jewel.” The architecture of the homes are varied incorporating both traditional and modern elements -- such as crisp white exteriors, grey-blue tinned roofs and large windows trimmed in black. Many of the Lowcountry’s most renowned builders are responsible for the custom homes.
Developers Frank Brumley and Matt Sloane aptly summed up the Daniel Island community: “Thoughtfully done, tastefully done…it feels like a small town is supposed to feel.”
Former Mayor Riley added: “The parks and public spaces define Daniel Island. It’s even better than I had hoped.”
“Daniel Island is nearly fully built-out,” said Kristen Whitehead of Keller Williams (KW). “It has so many opportunities for an active lifestyle – golf, boating, shopping and there are events throughout the year.”
Whitehead and KW agent Shawn Templeton have a condo listing on Daniel Island at 134 Fairbank Oak Allee. The high-rise condominium building is right on the waterfront.
“This luxury home offers a lock-and-leave lifestyle because there is virtually no maintenance needed,” said Templeton. It affords broad views of the Wando River and into the Charleston Harbor.”
The two said this property, unit 403, is an ideal location on Daniel Island. “You’re steps away from restaurants and shops and a 50-foot private boat slip with electricity on the Wando River is included.”
The penthouse top-floor unit has 12-foot ceilings, private parking and walking trails nearby. The four-bedroom, four bath home has hardwoods throughout the living spaces with large windows bringing in natural light and vista views. The living area and kitchen are open and the interior present as brand new. Roomy bedrooms have carpeting and ensuite baths. Off the master, is a private entry to the back porch.
“There is a good mix of buyers in this community – from empty nesters to out-of-town buyers – they want to take advantage of waterfront living,” said Whitehead. “Fairbanks Oak Allee is a short golf cart ride to the grocery, coffee shop and the Daniel Island Golf Club.”
Templeton added, “In our experience, jetsetters who live a fast-paced lifestyle tend to prefer a penthouse or condo lifestyle without sacrificing a peaceful view or water access. This is a boater’s dream with a deep-water dock.”
Many are anticipating the large, multi-use development coming to Daniel Island. East West Partners, the developer of the luxurious, 22-acre “playground” has lent their unique vision to some of the world’s most luxurious resorts, urban communities and commercial and multi-use developments. Here in the Lowcountry, their developments include the Tides in Mount Pleasant and The Gadsden, One Vendue and Gadsdenboro Park in downtown Charleston.
Miller Harper, one of the managing partners of East West Partners, said that though Daniel Island has nearly every amenity that residents could want, the addition of The Waterfront is an added bonus and one that will take full advantage of its riverfront.
“Daniel Island is a premier destination and a well-established master-planned community,” Miller said. “One thing residents and visitors alike will benefit from is an active waterfront. The last remaining riverside parcel on Daniel Island is surrounded by water on three sides – it’s arguably Daniel Island’s best asset.”
The company broke ground on Phase 1 in July, and it’s still under construction. Miller said that the completion of Phase 1 will finish construction on the first homes and all the amenities for the community. “We want people in Phase 1 to be able to move into a complete community without waiting on amenities to come in later phases,” he said.
Taking full advantage of the property’s location was one of the development’s team primary goals.
“We’re maximizing the water’s edge,” Miller said of the development. “By partnering with the Daniel Island Town Association and Lowcountry Marina Holdings on improvements to the Waterfront Park and addition of Daniel Island Yacht Club, we were able to create a community designed to provide easy access to life on the water in Charleston.”
The Daniel Island Yacht Club will have two public docks which will provide day boat docking for access to the restaurants and retail businesses. Boat club memberships, kayak and paddle board rentals, sailing opportunities, fishing and crabbing, water transportation via the Daniel Island Ferry, special events and more are all in the works. The cost of construction of the yacht club and waterfront park is a joint investment totaling over $5.6 million. Anticipated completion is mid-2021.
The first phase will have a mix of 58 condos and townhomes. The master plan for The Waterfront has five phases and about 300 residences in what Miller defines as “appropriately scaled buildings.”
“Charleston is surrounded by water and it’s amazing when you think about how few waterfront restaurants there are in Charleston, even less that you can visit by boat,” Miller commented. “One of the most exciting additions to this community is a riverside restaurant and rooftop bar. We think we are creating a destination for not only the residents but also for those from off the island coming by boat for an hour or the day to take advantage of the waterfront lifestyle.”
That lifestyle will also include a gourmet market and various retail shops. The Waterfront residents will have access to a community pool, fitness center and a community gathering space, “The Post,” which is the community’s mail center and will house the office of the on-site property management team.
The park, located at the end of River Landing Drive, is already one of Daniel Island’s most beautiful green spaces. The renovation of it, according to Miller, will include enhanced landscaping, lighting, seating areas, swings with a view, a hammock garden, a water feature, event space and children’s play equipment.
The planning of the community has been a concerted effort among experts. “Over the last three years, we’ve worked hand in hand with the design architect firm, Hart Howerton to develop the land plan and vernacular for the building design, and locally based McMillan Pazdan Smith, whose team brought the conceptual plans to life with drawings and floor plans to construction,” Miller said.
Miller said that local interior design teams, Courtney Bishop Design and Jenny Keenan Design collaborated to pull together the interior spaces and Trident Construction (who worked with them on One Vendue Range and The Gadsden) came on board as the general contractor.
“The Waterfront will offer a lifestyle that simply doesn’t exist elsewhere,” said Miller. “It is extremely rare to have the luxury of a lock and leave lifestyle with amenities and recreation right outside your front door.”
For more information about The Waterfront, visit TheWaterfrontdi.com.
Contact Brigitte Surette at [email protected].