Why Is Upper King Street Thriving?

King Street Charleston, SC

Commercial and Tourism Growth on Upper King Street You know you’re somewhere special when you set foot in downtown Charleston. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but you can sense the history on every street corner and a feel a buzz in the air. It's a place where you’re intrigued to explore more, but the more you see and do the more you wonder what else you're missing out on. 4.8 million … Continue reading...

Harleston Village

Harleston Village Charleston, South Carolina

One of the most historic and diverse neighborhoods in downtown Charleston, Harleston Village encompasses everything that makes the peninsula unique, lively and vibrant. Harleston Village, also referred to as Harleston's Green, dates back to the 1770's and is named after John Harleston, the nephew to John Coming. Harleston's Green is said to be home to the first American golf course and club. The … Continue reading...

South of Broad

Broad Street, Charleston, SC

Made famous by its historic architecture, the southern tip of Charleston’s downtown peninsula is home to a neighborhood known as South Of Broad. It is a special neighborhood tucked away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, but is just a short, beautiful walk away from everything the city has to offer. Located - as the name describes – South of Broad Street and stretching to the Battery, this … Continue reading...

Shem Creek: Eat, Play and Stay

Shem Creek - Mount Pleasant, SC

If you want to experience a quintessential, Lowcountry morning or afternoon, spend some time at Shem Creek. Its name is quite deceiving. I once suggested to a tourist that he spend his afternoon on Shem Creek and he quickly replied, “A creek? How can I spend my entire afternoon at a creek?” It was his first visit to the Lowcountry and he soon realized Shem Creek isn't just a creek.   For … Continue reading...

Wraggborough: The Garden District

Wraggborough Charleston, SC

Wraggborough Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, SC - is a thriving neighborhood with beautiful, tree-lined streets and historic, thoughtfully-renovated homes. Wraggborough is unique because it boasts more green space than any other neighborhood in downtown Charleston, yet it is still just a 1-5 minute walk to all the restaurants, shops and nightlife that famous King Street has to … Continue reading...

Olde Park: Refined Lowcountry Living

Olde Park Neighborhood Entrance

Olde Park Neighborhood If you have  been considering a move to Mount Pleasant, or if you’re looking for a change from your current East Cooper address, consider the Olde Park Neighborhood. Located on Mathis Ferry Road just down from I’on and Hobcaw Creek Plantation, this community is nestled conveniently in the middle of Mount Pleasant with easy access to local beaches, shopping and downtown … Continue reading...

I’on Neighborhood

The I'on boat landing

Down oak-lined Mathis Ferry Road in Mount Pleasant hides one of the area’s most sought-after neighborhoods. The I’on neighborhood, which was founded in April 1995, has successfully created a space that combines the convenience and culture of twenty-first living with the strong ties and community of days gone by. The 243 acres of the I’on community is named after Jacob Bond I’on (1782-1859), … Continue reading...

Mt. Pleasant: The City for Dogs

Mt. Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park dog park

People love Charleston. They love living here. They love visiting here. They love doing things here. Charleston has won many travel awards in recent years, including Conde Nast Traveler’s Best City in the World (Readers’ Choice Awards 2012). However, another species--one that is often overlooked--also enjoys Charleston as much as the traditional human visitor or resident because the area has … Continue reading...

Featured Neighborhood: Cannonborough Elliotborough

Five Loaves Cafe Charleston South Carolina

Information provided by Matt Anderson Properties Cannonborough The neighborhood of Cannonborough runs east on Spring Street to Coming Street, south from Coming to Morris Street, west from Morris to Smith, south to Calhoun, and then west along Calhoun to the Ashley River. This area was acquired by Daniel Cannon sometime between 1762 and 1800, and was a marshy area lined with streams. Cannon, a … Continue reading...

Radcliffeborough Downtown Charleston- Featured Neighborhood

Radcliffeborough

Featured Charleston Area Neighborhood: Radcliffeborough Information provided by Matt Anderson Properties Located in midtown Charleston, the Radcliffeborough neighborhood is one of the peninsula’s most conveniently positioned residential areas to everything that downtown Charleston has to offer. Bordered by Morris Street to the north, King Street to the east, Rutledge Avenue to the west and … Continue reading...