January 2014

Found 3 blog entries for January 2014.

Charleston has so many things to offer. It’s amazing. My wife and I subscribe to the Charleston Symphony Pops Series at the Sottile Theater downtown on George Street. Last night’s performance started at 7:30pm.

We left our condo on Daniel Island at 6:55pm…over the Ravenel Bridge, left on East Bay, right at George Street, pulled into the public parking lot, and were in our first row mezzanine center seats by 7:20pm!

Last evening’s performance was Wicked Divas. A variety of songs from Broadway plays and Hollywood movies with a 46-piece symphony orchestra and two Broadway vocalists… “All That Jazz” (Chicago), “I Could Have Danced All Night” (My Fair Lady), “Over The Rainbow” (The Wizard of Oz), “For Good” (Wicked) and many others.

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Charleston News Highlights

Nearly 50 new restaurants opened in Historic Charleston in 2013

The head of the Culinary Institute Of Charleston said nearly 50 new restaurants on the Charleston peninsula in 2013. The culinary Institute graduates 150 each May to help staff the demand for high quality staff in a town that is know for "Hospitality and Culinary options."

Boeing Continues To Expand

Boeing announced plans to expand their 787 Dreamliner campus with an additional 468 acres.

Benefitfocus brings 1200 more jobs to Daniel Island

Benefitfocus broke ground on a new building and announced plans to hire 1200 new employees on Daniel Island. The company currently employs about 800.

United Van Lines study ranks South Carolina #2 in inbound

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Post and Courier, Charleston SC
$19M highrise condo could set new high in Lowcountry’s home sales market

 

The view from the top penthouse of Terri Henning's home where the the Food+ Wine With a View dinner was held. The 7,516-square-foot two-story penthouse for sale in the People´s Building has three bedrooms, three and a half baths, a 3,500-square feet of terrance and panoramic views of the city and Charleston Harbor. (Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com) Buy this photo

It occupies the top floor in one of Charleston’s tallest buildings.

And, if sold at its $19.5 million list price, the expansive two-story penthouse could mark another high: the largest amount ever for a condominium in the historic city.

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