Grand Opening

Charleston's Newest Luxury Waterfront Condominium Development Opens its Sales Center

Real estate developer IBG Partners, LLC announced the official opening of the Sales Center for The Landing at St. John’s Yacht Harbor, a new luxury condominium project on the Stono River between James and Johns Island. The Landing will be built adjacent to the existing marina, St. John’s Yacht Harbor.

The opening of the Sales Center was celebrated with a sunset soiree, where real estate brokers and clients alike were in attendance.  The event was hosted by developer, IBG Partners, LLC and Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty, the exclusive listing broker for the project.  Guests were treated to live jazz music, culinary delights from Cru Catering, and a detailed introduction to the newest upscale waterfront address in Charleston.

The newly constructed Sales Center includes visual displays, kitchen and bath vignettes with authentic finishes and appointments, and a virtual reality representation of the residences.  The Landing’s unique location, with beautiful river views and sunset, added to the festive atmosphere and provided a pristine backdrop for the launch.

A primary goal of architect Bello Garris was to design an “intimate Lowcountry community in which literally every residence has spectacular waterfront views”.  The master plan calls for a total of 54 condominium units in nine 4-story buildings.  Each building will contain six spacious residences atop a secured parking garage, offering two assigned parking spaces and private storage for each residence. With approximately 1,800 square feet of living space, including 180 square feet of covered outdoor living space, introductory pricing is starting in the $900’s.

Local interior designer, Chase Harrigan, curated the interior finishes of the residences bringing her sophisticated style to the project.  Each unit includes 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, 10 foot ceilings, an open ‘great room,’ gourmet kitchen with white quartz counter tops, luxury appliances, and Carrera marble bathrooms. The large covered balcony with IPE wood flooring and ceiling fans highlights the exquisite waterscape and marshlands.

“If you are looking to own a new luxury waterfront condominium in a location central to downtown Charleston, Kiawah, and two airports, then this is your opportunity” says Dan Ravenel, President and CEO of Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty.

Ravenel points out that The Landing at St. Johns Yacht Harbor provides an opportunity to own the future, as these residences can be purchased in advance and customized by the buyer.  Early purchasers will be offered the opportunity to lock in introductory presale prices and be among the first to pick their preferred unit and private boat slip location. 

“This project will establish a new level for waterfront living in the Lowcountry with quick access by boat or car to downtown Charleston, area beaches, waterfront dining, and award-winning golf courses.” Ravenel says. “We also anticipate that downsizing empty-nesters, second-home buyers and international investors will gravitate toward The Landing at St. Johns Yacht Harbor. And, The Landing will also offer an alternative to Kiawah and Seabrook for owners who may want a luxury waterfront experience closer to Charleston.”

For more information contact the sales team at Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty at or 843.638.9500.

The Sales Center, located at 2408 Maybank Hwy, is open Monday through Friday from 11am to 3pm and other times by appointment.




Tel: 843.638.9500


2408 Maybank Hwy, Johns Island, SC

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