Battery Park (White Point Gardens)

White Point Garden is a 5.7 acre public park located in peninsular Charleston, South Carolina, at the tip of the peninsula. It is the southern terminus for the Battery, a defensive seawall and promenade.

King Street

King Street is the heart of downtown Charleston nightlife, which is on par with any metropolitan area in the country.  It is also home to world class restaurants and retailers alike.

Farmers Market

The Charleston Farmers Market is the largest in the area.  Its a wonderful place to enjoy the beautiful Charleston weather and picking up some fresh food for dinner.  The market included many local farmers, growers, and food vendors.  Make sure and come early and come hungry!

Marion Square

Marion Square is large central park in downtown Charleston.  The park is six and one half acres and is located on King Street.  The square was established as a parade ground for the state arsenal under construction on the north side of the square. There are exciting events here weekly and annually including the Farmers Market and Second Sundays.

Riverdogs Baseball

The Charleston River Dogs are a minor league baseball team based in downtown Charleston.  The team plays Single-A ball in the South Atlantic League, as an affiliate of the New York Yankees.  Most games include fun promotional events offering local food, craft beer gardens and events.

Hampton Park

Hampton Park is a burgeoning neighborhood in downtown Charleston.  Its located just Northeast of The Citadel.  The homes and shops in the neighborhood surround a beautiful, lush 60 acre park.  Most of the homes are craftsman style architecture.  Many of the areas original homes are being renovated to their original splendor.

Aquarium

Fun, wonder and education come together at the South Carolina Aquarium. A fun adventure for everyone, see a rare albino American alligator; get hands-on at the Touch Tank, see the sharks in the Great Ocean Tank, come face-to-face with rays in the Stingray Encounter, or take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Sea Turtle Hospital.

City Market

The City Market, or Centre Market, is a historic market complex in downtown Charleston. The City Market’s vendors sell souvenirs and other items ranging from jewelry to Gullah sweetgrass baskets. The City market is centrally located in between East Bay and Church St.

Brittlebank Park

Brittlebank Park, named for Julius Brittlebank, is located along the Ashley River in downtown Charleston. Because of its largely open design, Brittlebank Park has been a popular location for special events such as musical events, sporting tournaments, and political protests.

MUSC

The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) opened in Charleston, South Carolina in 1824 as a small private college for the training of physicians. It is one of the oldest continually operating schools of medicine in the United States and the oldest in the Deep South. The school has expanded into a state university with a medical center and six colleges for the education of health professionals, biomedical scientists and other health care personnel.

Second Sunday

Second Sunday is held every month on the Second Sunday downtown on King Street.  Local vendors showcase their goods while Charleston chefs cook up a feast.  All of this is set in a European style street festival with a background of local musicians and artists.

College of Charleston

The College of Charleston (also known as CofC, The College, or in athletics, Charleston) is a public, sea-grant and space-grant university located in the center of historic downtown Charleston. The college was founded in 1770 and chartered in 1785, making it the oldest college or university in South Carolina, the 15th oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and the oldest municipal college in the country.

King Street

King Street is the heart of downtown Charleston nightlife, which is on par with any metropolitan area in the country.  It is also home to world class restaurants and retailers alike.

Farmers Market

The Charleston Farmers Market is the largest in the area.  Its a wonderful place to enjoy the beautiful Charleston weather and picking up some fresh food for dinner.  The market included many local farmers, growers, and food vendors.  Make sure and come early and come hungry!

Marion Square

Marion Square is large central park in downtown Charleston.  The park is six and one half acres and is located on King Street.  The square was established as a parade ground for the state arsenal under construction on the north side of the square. There are exciting events here weekly and annually including the Farmers Market and Second Sundays.

Riverdogs Baseball

The Charleston River Dogs are a minor league baseball team based in downtown Charleston.  The team plays Single-A ball in the South Atlantic League, as an affiliate of the New York Yankees.  Most games include fun promotional events offering local food, craft beer gardens and events.

Hampton Park

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.

Aquarium

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.

City Market

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.

Brittlebank Park

Brittlebank Park, named for Julius Brittlebank, is located along the Ashley River in downtown Charleston. Because of its largely open design, Brittlebank Park has been a popular location for special events such as musical events, sporting tournaments, and political protests.

MUSC

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.

Second Sunday

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.

College Of Charleston

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.

Featured PROPERTIES

home

HOTTEST LOCATIONS

All of our properties are on the Charleston peninsula, in some of the most diverse, vibrant, and up and coming areas of downtown.

See latest list >

2

TOP QUALITY IN TOWN

We build and restore using excellent architecture, historic Charleston charm, and modern conveniences.

See latest list >

3

EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE

We strive to provide excellent service to our tenants Let us take the headaches out of renting, while you enjoy life downtown.

Learn More >