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April 30, 2013

Kiawah Island owes much of its allure to the 10,000-acre community?s slow, meticulous development of individually designed homes?an aesthetically minded approach that began with Kiawah?s founding in 1972. Today, Kiawah remains ever mindful of design, even in its latest offering of smaller, turnkey vacation homes. The community?s new Indigo Park neighborhood of 16 LEED-certified homes is being developed by the New York?based firm Dyal Compass as a conservation-focused enclave, and it will conform to the island?...

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