The Reserve at Salkehatchie Breaks Ground
Allendale, South Carolina – HUSSEY, GAY, BELL & DEYOUNG, (Hussey Gay Bell), is pleased to announce The Reserve at Salkehatchie has broken ground. The new 13,440 SF, 100-bed facility is the first student-related housing on a site contiguous to the USC Allendale campus. The three-story facility is being built exclusively for USC-Salkehatchie students with the central design focused around four (4) single bedroom suites with support spaces such as kitchenettes, common areas, study lounges and recreation rooms. Hussey Gay Bell was responsible for full architectural and interior design services in addition to civil and structural engineering.
The project was made possible through a U.S. Department of Agriculture loan of $4,251,760 secured by Reginal Barner, CEO of Community Development & Improvement Corporation (CDIC) of Aiken in association with Danny Black, President and CEO of Southern Carolina Regional Development Alliance. CDIC secured another $223,780 from other sources to compliment the loan for a total project budget of $4,475,540.
The project, which has been in development for over seven years, is anticipating occupancy by August 1, 2014. It is being constructed by R.W. Allen, LLC of Augusta, Georgia.