A Colorado-based hospitality services company has added another Charleston-area property to its portfolio.
East West Hospitality has been selected to provide property management services for The Cape on Kiawah, a new enclave of 78 oceanfront condominium residences and penthouses set to open on Kiawah Island in November, according to an East West news release. Located on the last available oceanfront parcel on the island, The Cape is also home to The Cape Club, a new beach club in Kiawah Island’s west end neighborhood.
From care and maintenance of the residences, common spaces and building exteriors to professional management of The Cape’s homeowner association, East West Hospitality’s South Carolina-based team in engineering, finance and asset management will oversee all operational aspects of the luxury development spanning 14 acres, according to the release.
“The Cape is a stunning addition to the East West Hospitality portfolio of managed luxury properties, and we are delighted to deploy our Charleston-based team’s considerable experience on behalf this iconic new destination,” said Colleen Weiss-Hanen, president and CEO of East West Hospitality, said in the release.
The Cape joins other South Carolina properties under East West Hospitality management, including the Waterfront on Daniel Island, the Tides IV in Mount Pleasant, and Anson House, 71 Wentworth and the Gadsden in Charleston, according to the release.
East West Hospitality now manages more than 130 homeowner associations and more than 7,300 residences across South Carolina, Colorado, California, and Hawaii, from condominiums and townhomes to luxury private residences, resort hotels, restaurants and retailers.