Charleston Restaurants Supporting Pinktober

Breweries for Breasts in Charleston

We all have a few organizations and charities with a special connection to us – for me it’s the likes of American Cancer Society, South Carolina ETV, and Charleston’s own We Are Family. I make sure to throw a few dollars here and there towards the good work done at those and similar outfits. So I’ve been pleased at how …

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Update: Park Circle Home Values

Homes in the Park Circle community of North Charleston, SC

Three years ago, I wrote an article to examine the home values in Park Circle, and illustrated how they were increasing at a faster clip than most other areas. Using City of Charleston as a comparison (admittedly a large swath, but works well enough to make a point), I looked at how those home values increased over time versus those in Park …

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Is Park Circle Still a Good Deal?

Park Circle arial photo

Venture just north of the Charleston peninsula and you’ll come upon one of the first planned urban communities in South Carolina, the beautifully greenscaped, hip and popular, hot neighborhood of Park Circle. Designed in the 1920s around a central circular park (obvi) with main streets radiating outward, the neighborhoods of Park Circle are composed mostly of traditional, midcentury homes intermixed …

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Army Corps to Deepen Charleston Harbor

The S.C. Ports Authority and the Army Corps of Engineers have finalized a plan to deepen the Charleston harbor. They still need public input and to go through more than a year of a formal approval process. They presented the $509 million project to the public Tuesday night; $343 million from state funds and $166 million from federal funds. Officials …

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Post & Courier: Charleston Real Estate Outlook “Sunnier”

There are many reasons to be encouraged by trends in the Charleston real estate market. An interview from this weekend’s Post & Courier details several indicators that suggest that the market’s low point has “come and gone,” according to Bart Jackson, a local buyer’s agent and former appraiser. “Since January of this year, consumer confidence and buying activity have surpassed …

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