– Historic Downtown –
Steeped in a history that pre-dates the Revolutionary Era of the United States, Downtown Charleston embodies character that has evolved across centuries.
The Colonial Era French Quarter borough anchors Historic Charleston, with a number of residential neighborhoods of grand historic homes, swank condominiums, and historic urban lofts.
The Midtown of the peninsula, anchored along the corridors of King Street and Meeting Street, has become more urbanized in the last few decades while still flanked by boroughs of antebellum homes.
Evolving throughout the 20th century, the Upper Peninsula of Charleston is home to boroughs of wonderful American Foursquare and Craftsman homes, as well as many bungalows and the still urbanizing North Morrison borough.