Hayes Park - Johns Island - Estd. 2018

United By Nature,

Culture, and Community.

Coming Soon to Johns Island 2021

Welcome to the unique place where community and character come together to create a safe haven where life happens. Where the connectivity of dwellings invites you to gather with friends and neighbors in conversation and communion. Where common courtyards and gardens ignite a lifestyle that is anything but common. Where a commercial center introduces you to food, shopping, arts, fitness and fellowship in the heart of Johns Island. And where the setting of century old oak trees and preserved vegetation, combined with sustainable design make us mindful of the alliance we have formed with Mother Earth. This is Hayes Park.




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Flower vendor
Shopping Couple walking along the sidewalk

Living at Hayes Park

The Lowcountry has its own distinct style, way of life, and charm. The inspiration it draws from its European roots makes the small city of Charleston feel quite worldly at times. Hayes Park grasps on to these feelings of connectivity, quality, accessibility and tradition to create residences that live differently.


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Courtyard Townhome Renderings at Hayes Park
Courtyard Townhome Renderings at Hayes Park

Courtyard Homes

Homes consist of attached single-family homes complete with entries from a common square and a private courtyards. The surrounding natural environment has been preserved to give the residential community a mature feeling. At Hayes Park, we believe that community living and gathering together evokes a connectivity that creates a sense of place and the feeling of purpose.

Thriving Commerical

We believe that island living doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice quality places to dine, shop, and patronize for the location of home. This is why we’ve aligned ourselves with distinguished businesses with a proven track record of success that can offer an experience that is one to be remembered.

Hayes Park will feature a dozen buildings and 15 businesses in a town center that is nestled under a preserved tree canopy connected by a series of boardwalks and pathways. Its sustainable design and environmentally friendly focal points like butterfly gardens, rainwater harvesting, solar panels, and bio retention basins, will create a development that evokes the feeling that it’s always been there.

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Commercial Building Renderings

The Depot commercial building at Hayes Park

The Depot

The Barn commercial building at Hayes Park

The Barn

The Old Farm House commercial building at Hayes Park

The Old Farm House

The General Store commercial building at Hayes Park

The General Store

The Village Shops commercial building at Hayes Park

The Village Shops

The Garage commercial building at Hayes Park

The Garage

The Island Cottage commercial building at Hayes Park

The Island Cottage

The Captain's House commercial building at Hayes Park

The Tailgate Cabin

Johns Island’s only mixed use community integrating residential homes and commercial

Hayes Park is a unique mixed-use project located off Maybank Highway on Johns Island. It consists of 16 acres comprised of over 1,500” of grand trees and as it relates to the grand and protected trees. New Leaf Builders has made a conscious effort to only remove one dead tree. Much time has been invested to craft a site plan and architectural offerings that evoke a development that is environmentally conscious. Hayes Park will feature roughly 5 acres of commercial space that will focus on retail, office, restaurants and service oriented businesses. The balance of the plot features a residential mix of roughly 55 units – 36 single family attached dwellings and 19 duplexes and townhomes.

Hayes Park - Johns Island - Estd. 2018
Streetscape Rendering of Hayes Park

Hayes Park is Coming Soon to Johns Island.

Interested in more information about Hayes Park? Contact us for more details.

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