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The Battery, a seawall and promenade, defines Charleston’s southern boundary. It has a long history of construction, destruction, and expansion since the 1720s. The Battery consists of two sections: the High Battery and the Low Battery, each with different heights and eras. It is home to many historic and grand homes, as well as the public park White Point Garden.
Charleston’s bridges: connecting the city and its islands with history and architecture. Discover the stories behind the Ravenel Bridge, the Legare Bridge, the Ben Sawyer Bridge, and more. Enjoy the views they offer of the city, the harbor, and the creeks and waterways.
Updated flood zone maps for Charleston County will take effect in January 20211. The maps are based on more accurate data and methods that reflect the flood risks from storm surge, rainfall, and tidal forces2. The maps will impact homeowners and insurance rates, with some properties seeing lower rates and others seeing higher rates.
Coleman Boulevard is the main street of Mount Pleasant, SC. It evolved from a colonial road to a suburban highway, and then to a more urban and attractive corridor. Through a long history of construction and expansion, the urbanization of Coleman Boulevard faces challenges and controversies from different groups of residents and business owners.
The proposed Montford Building will feature ground floor amenities, a rooftop restaurant and pool lounge, and 191 rooms, contributing to the revitalization of the underutilized entrance to Charleston.
This design was popularized in the late 1800s due to the use of steel frames, enabling buildings on oddly shaped parcels to maximize coverage.
Charleston became stronger after Hurricane Hugo in 1989 by improving its building codes, ecosystems, infrastructure, emergency preparedness, and economic diversity. Measures were taken to reduce the vulnerability and enhance the resilience of the Lowcountry to future storms.
Indulge in the flavors of Charleston’s iconic shrimp and grits, a delightful Southern fusion that showcases the city’s rich culinary heritage. My own take on this Lowcountry staple is a harmony of savory shrimp and creamy grits, a beloved symbol of the region’s vibrant food scene and cultural traditions.