City of Cayce Releases Housing Study
In Cayce, growth means smart planning and protection of our existing neighborhoods.
In the City of Cayce, growth is met with proactive planning, wise investment and good policies. Today, the City released the Cayce Housing Study and stated:
“Cayce wishes to grow intentionally and with a proper balance of our rich history and exciting future. This is why Cayce leaders chose to study the housing market and how it would impact our Cayce resources, community and existing neighborhoods.
The Cayce Housing Study provides business leaders and developers detailed data to help them make informed decisions that will capitalize on all the great things Cayce has to offer. It also provides recommendations that will ensure the City meets current and future housing demand, while ensuring we protect and maintain the character of our existing neighborhoods.”
Cayce is a growing community of 14,000+ residents and 700+ businesses, which encompasses a unique blend of historical heritage, modern business growth, and recreation. With our convenient location along I-26 and I-77, I-20, the Columbia Metropolitan Airport, USC and downtown Columbia, Cayce offers quick access to jobs, shopping and entertainment and thus, is an ideal area for growth.
Our City Leaders hired a national housing consultant to study, analyze, and make recommendations to the Council concerning the consequences and impact of planned and unplanned large scale residential growth in and around the City.
For additional information, contact Cayce Spokesperson, Ashley Hunter, at [email protected] or 803-665-3676.
This article was originally published on Friday, June 12, 2020.