New Homes in Charleston
LOWCOUNTRY LIVING IN A WORLD CLASS CITY
From the enchanting history of the cobblestone streets, to the bursting culinary scene and exponential business growth, Charleston is known for balancing sophisticated tastes with Southern charm. Now recognized as the largest city in South Carolina, national publications have named Charleston the no.1 destination city in the country and in the world (Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure). The combination of Charleston’s storied past and bright future make the Holy City irresistible for tourists, many of whom choose to move to the Lowcountry after their visit.
THINGS TO DO, PEOPLE TO SEE
Arts and culture are plentiful on the peninsula and beyond. Take in concerts and comedy shows at Family Circle Stadium and North Charleston Coliseum, ball games at The Joe (Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park), and the plentiful galleries and museums inspire the artistically inclined. Annual events such as Charleston Fashion Week and Charleston Wine + Food attract thousands, with everyday fun at your fingertips throughout the Charleston region.
HOME TO TOP HOSPITALS, ADVANCED INDUSTRIES & AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Healthcare and transport are among the advantages of Lowcountry living. U.S. News & World Report named the Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital the best in the state; six pediatric specialties at MUSC were ranked among the best programs in the United States.
Companies expanding or relocating to the region levy $3.9 billion in economic impact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor show and the region is ranked 20th in the country for employers in advanced industries.
Charleston International Airport is centrally located in North Charleston, and is the state’s busiest, ensuring easy access to and from the rest of the world. Numerous nationally ranked magnet schools dot the region, and the picturesque peninsula is home to the most beautiful college campus (as named by Travel + Leisure), the College of Charleston
OUTSIDE THE CITY
Charleston’s plantation district is a scenic drive from the peninsula; the area’s multiple properties provide glimpses into the area’s history, with gorgeous gardens and delightful wildlife viewings. Pristine beaches and meandering marshes provide stunning scenery surrounding Charleston’s many bridges – delivering a true intercoastal experience. Bike riding, running and walking are preferred methods of transportation for many people downtown, and beyond the city greenways and park trails provide even more opportunity for fun exploring nature.