Proposed apartment building headed back to BAR

A new rendering of the apartment building proposed for the corner of King and Spring streets in Charleston. The Board of Architectural Review rejected the previous rendition.

A proposed seven-story apartment building in downtown Charleston whose design was shot down by the Board of Architectural Review earlier this month is going back before the panel Wednesday.

The mixed-use building slated for a vacant lot at Spring and King streets is being proposed by the New York-based Spandrel Group.

The developer is asking for conceptual approved for the mixed-use development at 595 King St.

Other proposed projects on the agenda include:

A four-story office building at 663 King St., just south of the overpass of the Septima P. Clark Expressway.

A seven-story apartment building at 511 Meeting St., near the former off-ramps of the Ravenel Bridge onto the peninsula.

Hotels at 6 Anson St. and at 7 Calhoun St.

A hospital tower at the Medical University of South Carolina at 326 Calhoun St.

Several duplexes at Foundry Alley in the East Side neighborhood.

A new retail center proposed for Mount Pleasant will go before the town’s Commercial Design Review Board Wednesday.

This phase of Indigo Square, between Olive Branch AME Church and Cactus Car Wash on U.S. Highway 17, calls for a 21,535-square-foot unspecified-brand grocery store and five other buildings ranging from 3,350 square feet to 9,800 square feet around a landscaped parking lot. The structures will be slated for retail, restaurant and other uses. Regency Center Corp. of Raleigh is the owner and developer.

The backside of the tract is already under development off James Nelson Road where plans call for a four-story, 122-room Home 2 Suites by Hilton, a three-story, 664-unit storage-unit facility and 456 apartments in 12 two- through four-story buildings called Haven at Indigo.

The board also will consider final approval for the site, landscape and architecture for the Ferry Wharf Bridgeside II master plan for property next to the Ravenel Bridge and near Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. The developer is Bennett Hospitality of Charleston.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Carolina Sun Real Estate recently opened a new office at 313 East Bay St. in downtown Charleston. It has other Lowcountry offices in Mount Pleasant and Summerville.

Reach Warren L. Wise at 843-937-5524 or twitter.com/warrenlancewise.