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With one hotel slated for upper King Street and two even farther north up Meeting Street, supporters said the proposed projects, which have a combined 367 rooms, would bring much-needed foot traffic into areas of the city that are in the middle of a revitalization process.
In less than a month since its creation, the task force leading the charge on slowing the expansion of hotel development in Charleston pitched an ordinance change that would give the city's Board of Zoning Appeals more teeth when faced with developers who stray from approved plans.
One property shares similarities with several other proposed hotels nearby, but the two others represent a less familiar approach: developing vacant lots on upper Meeting Street.
The new task force, which met for the first time Friday, has little time to waste. It's expected to bring a proposal to City Council by the end of this month.
Charleston City Council voted this week to let a long-standing agreement with the Charleston School of Law expire, with some elected officials grumbling over how the deal is ending.
Crowd-sourced review site Yelp recently started using its data to track the economy, and, according to its analysis for the first quarter of 2019, Charleston ranked No. 1 for growth out of the 50 metro areas it measures.
The group, which will include representatives from City Council, the lodging industry and preservation groups, will be asked to present recommendations at Council's May 28 meeting.
For the newest exhibit coming to The Vendue in April, "Fortunate," 30 artists are challenged to create a work inspired by a fortune from a fortune cookie.
Other metrics, like hotel room nights sold, also reached new heights in 2018, according to figures from the College of Charleston, but some measures, like attraction attendance and hotel occupancy, went down for the first time in several years.