Jan
24

Condos Proposed For Midtown Development in Charleston

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– The Post and Courier

Downtown Charleston’s long-awaited Midtown project, a large undeveloped site dotted with aging buildings, is beginning to show signs of life.

The revitalization project, which would anchor the Upper King Street district, once called for a 235-room luxury hotel and up to 205 condominiums with ground-level boutiques, shops and restaurants along King, Spring and Meeting streets.

The proposal first was put forth by local developer Robert Clement III, who later paired with an Atlanta firm.

Now, a national real estate investor with deep local ties is set to execute the multifamily portion of the project.

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