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Due to the sheer size and scope of this project, I believe it deserves its own thread. 

 

The project, part of a long-term redevelopment of 12 acres, includes apartments, office and retail space on 2.8 acres at the corner of Meeting and Columbus streets. Development will happen in 6 phases with buildings inside the area boxed in by St. Phillips, Spring, Meeting and Line Streets.

 
Earlier this week, BAR decided a few changes will need to be made before the project can go any further. Evening Post Industries, which is spearheading the project, is still hoping to start construction on phase one in the fall of 2014.
 
Here are a few proposed renderings:
 
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some close up photos I took this morning of Courier Square. I took these from the now closed location of Bi-Lo/Piggly Wiggly store. anyone hear plans for that? Photos from today. 

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The developer that bought the BiLo/Piggly Wiggly site is negotiating with prospective tenants for a mixed-use mid-rise development. The city is trying to get the developer to agree on providing a full service grocery within the new development.

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First phase of COurier Square set to open in 1st Quarter

The approximately $100 million project will feature 226 one- and two-bedroom multifamily units on eight floors surrounding a 650-space parking deck. It will also feature 70,000 square feet of office space and ground-floor retail space in 19,000 square feet along Meeting and Columbus streets.

The apartment part of the structure is called The Guild. Rental rates start at just under $2,000 a month and go to more than $8,000 for a top-floor penthouse, according to The Guild's website.

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Phase 2 of the Evening Post Industries' Courier Square development may be on the horizon as they seek approval at the Feb 21  BAR meeting to demolish 631, 633, 635 and 637 King Street.  

Feb 21 2018 BAR Agenda (text version):

http://www.charleston-sc.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_02212018-3549

 

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Courier Square is ready to start leasing residential units (a/k/a The Guild) with Greystar moving its HQ staff into the building this summer.  Will be interesting to see who leases the retail and restaurant space.

https://www.postandcourier.com/business/new-mid-rise-charleston-apartment-building-opens-in-first-courier/article_989cd486-2bb4-11e8-a9af-0b90aa7318cf.html

 

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That's a really great looking building. I wish more developers would build things like that in other cities too.

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