Project Jackson delays increases construction costs, video model of facility unveiled to public

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NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WJBF) – North Augusta City Leaders are preparing for a public hearing for Project Jackson.

City Administrator Todd Glover says scope of the project has changed slightly due to delays.

Now the price to build the 30-acres mix-use facility has increased.

Glover says the future businesses will no be revealed until the project is a done deal.

“There have been a bunch of delays, as everybody has known about,” said Chris Shoen, Managing Partner of Green Stone Properties. “We’re in a great interest rate environment to be able to get things moving. So we are hopeful to break ground here very, very shortly.”

A video model of Project Jackson is going to be unveiled at the North Augusta City Council meeting on Monday.

It will be available to watch on the North Augusta website at 8 p.m.Count on WJBF NewsChannel 6 to bring you the latest on this developing story. 

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