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To help with the housing affordability problem in Charleston, a Charleston man, who once lived in a homeless shelter for a year to see what it was like for those down on their luck, launched a new online business called CoLife that matches renters looking for a furnished room with homeowners looking to make extra cash. All undergo background checks, and the program saves renters money for renters on housing costs, utilities and furnishings.
Home sales across South Carolina didn't slow down in January, normally a less active time of year to buy a house, as people continued to lock in on lower mortgage interest rates.
The timeline for city action on two lightning-rod issues — development of 196 acres of Laurel Island and the razing of two smokestacks on the East Side — changed after a deeper discussion on both topics Wednesday afternoon.
A three-bedroom 1950s house in West Ashley was lifted from the ground Monday morning, carried on a truck about two-tenths of a mile, and then lowered into a vacant lot once owned by a philanthropic group that offered financial assistance to Black residents.
As city employees and consultants craft the next decade of Charleston's future, they say flooding and affordable housing will be front of mind.
Guests at Charleston’s nicest hotels often seek out a concierge to help them find restaurants and historic sites. Now the city’s government ha…
A school built in the segregated 1930s for Charleston's black students on the peninsula could one day be transformed into affordable housing for senior citizens.
Two weeks after his second inauguration speech, Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg will present his State of the City address Tuesday evening.
Some spots on the LowLine linear park around Mount Pleasant Street are currently being tested for environmental contaminants. City leaders expect some of the property will need to be remediated before work can begin.
Given the location of the two 62-unit apartment buildings — an old creek bed — Mayor John Tecklenburg says it's a good thing.