The 64-unit building would be situated between the Witte building and Esquire Tavern on Commerce Street.
The City’s Zoning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a revised request to rezone a four-acre industrial tract in Southtown for apartments.
A small slice of the conversation surrounding development and sustainability resurfaced last week at the request of Councilwoman Ana Sandoval.
The model of including our residents in the process, rather than simply informing them, is central to the most recent mission of the Alamo.
The firm received a critical go-ahead from the City’s Board of Adjustment on Monday to build a 20-story mixed use tower on lower Broadway Street.
The Zoning Commission voted 4-3 to reject a request that would change the zoning of a Southtown industrial site to residential use.
Riley established has been praised as an affordable housing and infill development champion for the City of Charleston, South Carolina.
From flooding in the basement to electrical and plumbing issues, City Hall needs more than just “Band-Aids,” TCI Director Mike Frisbie said.
Eastside community leaders had a vested interest in including the credit union in their larger vision of the area’s revitalization.
After tinkering with the design, Graystreet Partners on Wednesday got preliminary approval from HDRC to start work on a 20-story mixed-use building.