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3:41 am on Tuesday February 5, 2013

Abandoned home Beaufort's Historic District coming down (Update: Video)

Update: The Island Packet shares a video of the now-pummeled home coming down, truck with chain and all; see it here. First reporting: A home at the corner of Duke and Monson streets is being torn down after its owner finally won his appeal to...
12:52 pm on Tuesday May 29, 2012

Charlestowne Hotels Announces Summer Specials for US Military

Charlestowne Hotels 28 Bridgeside Blvd Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 873.972.1400 CharlestowneHotels.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2012     CHARLESTOWNE HOTELS OFFERS SUMMER SPECIALS TO U.S. MILITARY CHARLESTON, SC – In appreciation for their...
9:31 am on Tuesday November 8, 2011

Updates on growth, development at the Navy Yard at Noisette's West Yard

The West Yard at the Navy Yard at Noisette continues to grow and plans for additional development are in the pipeline.   Currently there are opportunities to purchase several historic buildings and you too can join in on all the action.  If you...
11:19 am on Tuesday February 8, 2011

Mt. Pleasant Old Village may soon get denser with an additional 35 properties

Image by TheDigitel One of the district's many historical markers.The Old Village's little historic district is about to get a little more dense. Though a move to reduce the minimum of age of structure to 50 years was abandoned, the push to expand...
12:24 pm on Saturday November 13, 2010

Mount Pleasant looks to lower age requirement for historic homes to 50 years

Image by Flickr user Eva the Weaver That would be the new historic age. Right now the admission height is set at 75 years, and Mount Pleasant's Town Council is considering lowering the age requirement to 50 years. The Post and Courier has the story...
2:22 pm on Saturday July 10, 2010

Huge swath of Ashley River district to fall under preservation easement

Image by Flickr user willia4 A $500,000 grant from the S.C. Conservation Bank locks in 1,274 acres of the rural area as a protected land.  Head on over to The Post and Courier for the story. It's funny how much things change in just a couple years....
9:00 am on Monday May 10, 2010

The ugliest house south of Broad demolished without protest

Image by Google MapsLast Wednesday, Charleston developer Johnny Maybank watched proudly as a backhoe arrived at his 36 King Street property and quickly demolished it. Maybank watched on as the 1950s era home crumbled to the ground, and none of the...
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