Proposed Bohemian Hotel Charleston Approved


A Charleston zoning board has approved a new hotel with a rooftop terrace and bar downtown — but only if the developers agree to honor earlier closing hours.

The city’s Board of Zoning Appeals-Zoning panel this week gave its okay for a new 50-room hotel at the corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets.

The property is anchored on the site of a former book store but has been vacant and unused for years.

Developers from the Kessler Collection, who want to build what is being called the Bohemian Hotel Charleston, want to erect a three-story boutique hotel that will feature an added roof-top terrace connected to a bar and dining area.


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