Tagged : South Carolina

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Charleston's strongest asset, aside from the people who breathe life into our wonderful city, are the historical buildings and gardens that make up the peninsula. Often times, locals and visitors alike are left wondering how to linger longer than the moment they have looking over the beautiful iron-clad fences. We are here to share that lingering is not necessary. March and April bring the greatest time to visit Charleston. If you seek to enjoy our beautiful history, homes, gardens and architecture, March 16 - April 22nd  is the time to visit.

From morning history walks to culinary focused discussions, Charleston's Festival of Houses and Gardens celebrates 70 years this year and helps benefit the Historic Charleston Foundation. Those visiting, have

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 The readers of Conde Nast Traveler have once again named Charleston South Carolina the World's Friendliest City! Couple this recognition with Travel + Leisure's World's Best City Award for the third straight year and it's easy to see why the world is flocking to our charming city. In 2015 over 5 million people visited Charleston and apparently we treated them well. 

If you live in the Holy City you experience this on a daily basis, just something you expect. What is interesting though is how many other top rankings Charleston has garnered in the last 5 years. Here are just a few:

World's Best City- Travel+Leisure 2016

Top City in the U.S.- Conde Nast Traveler 2011-2014

Top City in the World- Conde Nast Traveler 2012

Top U.S.

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The market is booming in downtown Charleston. Last week a Bed and Breakfast called, “Pink Palace”, or 5 East Battery,  sold for $6.5 million. The bed and breakfast will be used for single family residence by the new owners. This beautiful historic home has 24 rooms, five halls, six baths, four stairways and seven black marble mantels. A few weeks ago the James Simmons House at 37 Meeting St also sold for $7.5 million, the second-highest ever in historic Charleston. This pre-Revolutionary War house is a historic gem in Charleston. The home was used as Confederate headquarters during the Civil War. The home constructed in 1760, is a 8,384-square-foot residence, that was bought in 1840, for only $9,000!  Now it is only the second most expensive sale ever in

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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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