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A preservation group had appealed the decision, citing "the developing threat of a monoculture of use in this important part of our city."
Concerns over a glut of downtown hotel projects were rekindled in February after a request to build a 252-room property at Meeting and Woolfe streets was approved.
When the developers break ground on yet another big and likely ugly hotel on Meeting Street, you won’t see a lineup of smiling politicians wit…
A new full-service hotel is coming to Meeting Street. And according to the city board which voted to approve the project, there was nothing in the city's code to stop it.
A downtown lot purchased as a potential location for the Charleston School of Law may be on the track to become one of the largest hotels on the peninsula.
The ripple effect of an ill-fated business deal still haunts the Charleston School of Law, but leaders say they are taking steps to improve th…
A lot of people in Charleston are probably asking themselves the same question today:
The for-profit Charleston School of Law could make millions on sale of city-subsidized property on the Charleston peninsula.
The latest South Carolina bar exam results bring more bad news for Charleston's for-profit law school — but the dean says first-time exam takers are doing better than before.