Charleston Gazette Article from June 6, 2017
New housing for seniors may be heading to Charleston.
The municipal planning committee approved a resolution that allows the city to sign a memorandum of understanding that allows the city to accept dedication of a road leading into the new center after it’s completed.
The senior center, tentatively named Crossing at Southridge, would be on a 9-acre lot currently owned by Bible Center off of Corridor G at the edge of Charleston city limits. The land is on Peyton Way, just down the road from Kanawha County Metro 911’s headquarters. Peyton Way currently is a private gravel road past the headquarters.