Prospective buyers continue to walk through homes throughout the Charleston market as mortgage interest rates edge up slightly. Meanwhile, a building renovated for a restaurant on King Street sells for nearly $7 million.
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A New Orleans-based restaurant chain is bringing one of its restaurants to downtown Charleston in the space Blossom occupied for 27 years before closing in December.
South Carolina rose to the No. 2 moving destination in the U.S. in 2020, helped in part by people migrating away from large urban areas amid the pandemic while the years-long trend toward the South and Mountain regions continues away from the colder regions of the country.
Free sidewalk samples on Charleston's King Street and near the City Market have been outlawed.
The site of a former restaurant in West Ashley could be redeveloped into a mixed-use project with apartments and ground-floor retail space.
If a North Charleston company's newest product had been available years ago, Banksy might never have become an art world legend.
Former executive chef Michel Sichel, who in 2018 was recruited from fine dining institution Galatoire’s to open Gabrielle at the Hotel Bennett, describes the end of his tenure at the high-end property as “an abrupt, unanticipated departure.”
A pizzeria with New England roots, a new restaurant started from a food truck and a homegrown bakery are among new food venues offering different tastes throughout the Charleston area.
The Morrison Drive institution closed Sept. 1 following the sale of the iconic pink building that housed Martha Lou Gadsden’s celebrated cooking for 37 years.
Another longtime Charleston-area restaurant is shutting its doors in the Lowcountry, this time over Labor Day weekend.