Look Who’s Here: Renaissance Lane Point Hope

The Village Green in Point Hope serves as a gathering place for the community. In addition to being the community’s spot for concerts and community celebrations, it abuts Renaissance Lane. 
 
The four buildings that line Renaissance Lane are taking shape with a variety of commercial tenants.
 
The Hub
 
The Hub is the information center for the developing Point Hope community. Open seven days a week and staffed with community specialists with knowledge of the area’s history and the development plans for the area, it is a source of information about the neighborhoods, homebuilders, businesses and amenities at Point Hope.
 
“Being in the center of the community as well as being here from the onset means we are able to get to know all the new businesses and welcome them as they open their doors!” said Erin Dudley, manager at The Hub.
 
Coastal Skillet
 
Owned by Tracy and Joe Bertuglia, the Coastal Skillet serves breakfast and lunch. They also feature brunch fare and a full-service bar boasting mimosa flights, bloody Mary’s and craft beer.
 
Tracy Bertuglia said that Coastal Skillet is a combat veteran-owned and operated restaurant, adding “We wouldn’t be fortunate enough to have this establishment if it weren’t for all those men and women who serve our wonderful country.”
 
Bertuglia said they especially enjoy doing business in the community. “Meeting strangers and seeing them become familiar faces when they walk through the door. We love hearing the stories around the Point Hope community and welcoming them into our Coastal Skillet family.”
 
Accent On Wine Point Hope
 
Accent on Wine, which also has a Park Circle location, offers over 150 bottles of fine wines and a wide selection of craft beers, paired with cheese and charcuterie, lunch menu and desserts.
 
Owner John Schaefer said, “As your neighborhood bar, we love to provide our customers with top notch service and recommendations. Whether it is for a quick lunch, a girl’s night out, a much needed date night or stocking up the wine cellar, we are here for all your needs.”
 
Schaefer added, “The community has been incredibly warm and welcoming! We are excited to be a part of this lovely, growing neighborhood and look forward to becoming a cornerstone establishment for friends and family to gather.” 
 
Community Crafthouse
 
Coming soon. Community Crafthouse, a neighborhood focused taproom serving craft beer, wine and food, expects to open next to The Hub in November or December 2023.
 
Owners Tessa and Todd Miller, who live in the area, explained via email, “Our vision for Community Crafthouse is an inclusive, fun and safe place for our friends and neighbors to get together and enjoy each other’s company and a cold beer. We will work together with other local
businesses and the Point Hope development group to ensure the best experience for our customers.”
 
The duo explained they chose the location because of the growth in the Clements Ferry area and because, “We love the master plan for Point Hope and are proud to be included in that plan.”
 
Coastal Kids’ Dental and Braces and Coastal Family Orthodontics 
 
Owned by Daniel Island resident Dr. Isabel Driggers, Coastal Kids’ Dental and Braces is the newest business to open on Renaissance Lane. 
 
The practice announced via its website, “This is our 10th Charleston area location, and we’re proud to be able to serve the children and families of the Point Hope area in a convenient location right in their community.”
 
In addition to providing pediatric dental services, Coastal Family Orthodontics provides a wide range of orthodontic services.
 
116 Renaissance Lane
 
Currently under construction and ready to lease, 116 Renaissance Lane is a 5,000-square-foot building nestled between Coastal Kids’ Dental and Accents on Wine.
 

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