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Daniel Communities Press Release:
Jackson County recently approved a residential subdivision plan for the property located adjacent to Cashiers Lake. The approved plan allows for the reconfiguration of 19 existing single-family homesites together with 39 new single-family homesites and four lots which will be set aside for future growth.
“For more than a decade, we have explored various opportunities for the thoughtful and purposeful development of the neighborhood surrounding Cashiers Lake,” expressed Marvin and Helene Gralnick, who alongside their partner Turner Inscoe, have provided resolute stewardship of the property and worked to define its role in the future of Cashiers. Their company, Cashiers Lake Investments, LLC, is collaborating with Daniel Communities to manage the development process. Both organizations have deep roots in the community, including the Library Kitchen + Bar and High Hampton, and they share a vision for the long-term success and sustainability of this project and the Cashiers community.
The neighborhood will be named Cashiers Lake in deference to the body of water at the core of the community. Concurrent with the redevelopment of the neighborhood, lake restoration work will begin to address sedimentation from decades of direct discharge from the surrounding watershed. These efforts will restore and enhance the bio-retention qualities of Cashiers Lake.
“We have a strong sense of respect and responsibility to carefully weave the development of Cashiers Lake into the fabric of the village by prioritizing connectivity,” expressed Troy Lucas, SVP of Planning & Development for Daniel Communities. “The foundation of our plan is organized around paths, gardens and gathering places, while adhering to thoughtful architectural standards. As the community evolves, our goal is to create conveniences and amenities walkable to current offerings and civic destinations surrounding the Crossroads. The plan includes over one-half mile of greenway paths through the neighborhood that will connect to a larger network of trails and pathways being advanced by numerous community groups and owners within Cashiers,” Lucas continued.
This is the first of many steps towards realizing what has been a true passion project for many years and an opportunity to embrace and encourage a vibrant and active lifestyle at the center of Cashiers.

Press Releases from The Crossroads Chronicle

New subdivision coming near Cashiers Lake  By News Staff on Wednesday, July 19, 2023

A new subdivision is coming near Cashiers Lake and is being built by Daniel Communities. The subdivision will include 19 existing homesites, 39 new single-family homes, and four lots set aside for future growth.
By Michael O’Hearn Staff Consider 2023 to be the year of development around Cashiers Lake, as a local developer announced on Friday they are building a new 62-lot subdivision next to the lake south… 
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Making a big move to Cashiers Lake
By News Staff on Wednesday, June 14, 2023

Brookings Anglers is currently building a new location on Cashiers Lake, and owner Matt Canter said the construction will be finished in 2024. Construction on the new location began in the early months of this year.
By Michael O’Hearn Staff By early 2024, a fly-fishing outfitter in Cashiers will relocate to its new space on the shores of Cashiers Lake in the heart of town. Brookings’ Anglers, which is located…
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Conservancy and Environmental News

Cashiers Lake Dredging and Development Project - By Chattooga Conservancy

 September 5, 2019

UPDATE – Cashiers Lake Dredging and Development Project – Comments Due by Monday, Oct. 7, 5PM

Submit Comments to with “Cashiers Canoe Club” in the subject line.

We recommend that the Division of Water Resources deny the “Cashiers Canoe Club” 401 permit, until the cumulative impacts of the entire project are determined, and the corresponding effects on the Chattooga River’s Outstanding Resource Waters are also determined....
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DEQ approves water quality certification for Cashiers Lake project

September 13,2020

The Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Resources (DWR) recently approved an individual 401 Water Quality Certification for Cashiers Canoe Club Development, LLC, for dredging and development activities that will impact roughly 10 acres on Cashiers Lake in Jackson County.

Other Press Release about Cashiers Lake

Edwards Departs Chamber for Legacy Development Role

by The Laurel Magazine

The Cashiers Area Chamber today announced the departure of veteran executive director, Stephanie Edwards, who will join the Daniel Communities development team as Vice President, Sales & Marketing – Cashiers Lake.


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