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Lake Tract-37.27 Acres-Wild Wing Development Tract-Land for Sale-Conway, SC. for sale in Conway, SC

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Lake Tract-37.27 Acres-Wild Wing Development Tract-Land for Sale-Conway, SC.

 

REAL ESTATE:  This Tract consists of approximately 37.27 Acres.  The Property lies within the City Limits of Conway, SC.  The site is located just off of Highway 501, and is in very close physical proximity to Coastal Carolina University, Horry Georgetown Technical College, and the Conway Hospital.  The land is part of the Planned Unit Development known as the Wild Wing PUD.

 

Approximately 37.27 Acres

524 Units Multi-Family Development

Acres: PIN #38300000321 (Portion of), #38300000337, #38416010030, #38313020070

 

WILD WING PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT:  The Wild Wing PUD consists of over 1,100 Acres of Prime Real Estate along U.S. Highway 501 in Conway, SC.  The PUD consists of 27 Holes of Championship Golf, Commercial, Single Family and Multi-Family Communities, and over 180 Acres of Freshwater Lakes. 

 

MULTI-FAMILY DEVELOPMENT DESIGN STANDARDS: Multi-Family development may be permitted and all Minimum Development Standards are met with respect to setbacks, minimum building distances, maximum heights, buffers, parking, landscaping, and other conditions of the Conway Technical Review Committee. 

 

Maximum Building Height: 40 Feet

Yard Setbacks: Front of 10 Feet, Side of 10 Feet, Back of 10 Feet

Exterior Property Line Buffers of 25 Feet

 

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