BKeDSHop will soon bring its hand-crafted donuts and other decadent desserts to Summerville. The Charleston-based food truck business is expanding to its second storefront facility. The site will be located in Nexton’s booming business community.

In addition to America’s favorite circular treat, their menu includes but isn’t limited to handmade pretzels, ho-hos and Pop- Tarts, along with espresso-based drinks, teas and options for vegan diets, including vegan milkshakes.

Biz in the 'Ville

Some treats available at BKeDShop

According to Cassie Cataline, marketing director at Nexton, there’s no set date yet for the bakery to open but she said this fall is the anticipated timeframe.

Centex Homes recently announced the grand opening of the first 10 homes in its newly-constructed Bradford Pointe community, located at 177 Hayworth Road near Nexton in Summerville. The neighborhood’s first phase will feature one- and two-story homes with two-car garages and resort-style amenities, a children’s playground and game areas for soccer and basketball, according to Centex officials.

There are seven different floorplans and homes start at $239,990, ranging in size from three to five bedrooms and two to four baths.

“Each of our open floor plans are designed for flexibility and personalization for those who want to choose the living space that is just right for them as they begin putting down roots,” said Ann Taylor, General Sales, in a statement.

Design plans include a total of 357 homes within the community. For more information, call 843-594-2770 or visit Centex.com/BradfordPointe.

Hayco Construction, a general contractor in the area, is currently constructing a Penske Logistics office in Ladson and is working to ensure the facility is nearly immune to theft. According to Hayco officials, the company has teamed up with EquipmentShare to install Track and Key Codes on the new Penske rental equipment. In June, Hayco opened a site in Summerville; it’s the company’s second-ever location and first one in South Carolina.

“We chose to open our second office in Summerville…because of the rise in development across the Charleston area,” said Hayco President Travis Hayes. “We are a Carolinas Company through and through. It is our hope to positively contribute to the expansion of South Carolina, just as we have done and will continue to do in North Carolina.”

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