History, with a Cosmopolitan Lifestyle
On this part of King Street, you're in the center of the action. Just blocks to the north of King lies Charleston's vibrant Design District, home to a growing number of architecture studios, hip eateries, and shops filled with cutting-edge goods from the modern wares of interior design mecca Dwelling to the contemporary lamps and lanterns of Circa Lighting.
Less than a few minutes' stroll to the south, you'll find the Charleston's transforming Antiques & Design District, starting with Dailey-Grommé's collection of Art Deco and Modernist pieces, trailing toward Alexandra AD's over-scale European furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. A few steps more will take you south of Broad Street, surrounded by living history: elegant homes held straight with iron earthquake bolts, trimmed with wide piazzas and historic city gardens bordered by private brick walls.
When night falls the scene heats up at nearby Upper King St., one of the city's recently revitalized areas, but if that's not your style the refined rooftop bar at the Market Pavilion & East bay St. isn't far. Sip a cocktail and take in some amazing twilight views of the harbor and skyline.
And your own address? It puts you in the heart of Charleston's Shopping District, lined with the likes of Coach, J. Crew, and intriguing local boutiques are shared by all: singles (young and old), families, established professionals and new entrepreneurs, visitors, students from the nearby College of Charleston... all eager to enjoy the lifestyle of a city named One of the Best Places to Live by Men's Journal and a "New American Dream Town" by Outside Magazine.