8 1/2 Marina Village
Original / natural configuration

Pennisula constructed

KOA Campground
Office constructed (A-frame building, now located across road)
Bathhouse constructed (located where Clubhouse now sits)

8 1/2 Marina Village begun
1975Channel dug (35ft wide by 8ft MLW at long sections)
   (70ft wide by 8ft MLW at short section)
Waste Treatment Plant Constructed
1975Units 61-643 story, 2 wide
Units 71-763 story, 2 wide
1976Units 31-331 story, 2 wide
Units 41-441 story, 2 wide
Units 51-551 story, 2 wide
Sales and construction offices constructed
Clubhouse and pool constructed
1977Units11-15  1 story, 2 and 3 wide
Units 81-84 2 story, 3 wide
Units 91-95 2 story, 2 and 3 wide
Units 101-105     2 story, 2 and 3 wide
Units 111-114     1 story, 2 and 3 wide
Units 121-124     2 story, 2 wide
Units 131-135     3 story, 2 wide
1978Units 21-24  1 story, 2 wide
1979Units 1-5      1 story, 2 wide
Units 141-145      2 story, 2 wide (bottom units)
Units 151-155      1 story, 2 wide (top units)
        2008       Waste Treatment Plant replaced

Masterplan
Original plans included a boathouse and marine service facility near the existing waste treatment plant and additional living units built in the marsh and accessed by bridge.
Village was designed by James B. Willis, Jr. of Morehead City 

HISTORY

This page was last updated on: May 29, 2012