Warren Lance Wise covers retail, real estate and Charleston International Airport for The Post and Courier. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, he holds nearly 50 local, state and national awards for journalistic excellence.
Sea Island Habitat for Humanity is trying to put new roofs on 30 houses for needy residents and raise $100,000 or more to help pay for the work by year's end. Those with leaky roofs who have already seen repairs are counting their blessings.
A big-box retailer will open soon in a large space left vacant in a West Ashley shopping center last year by a bankrupt national tenant while a new shop is headed to Tanger Outlets in North Charleston, a new sports bar soon will open in a retail center undergoing renovations on Dorchester Road and a new liquor store plans to open on Johns Island. A new ice cream shop is making its debut on King Street this week.
An aging one-of-a-kind Navy ship that lays underwater cable will be getting an overhaul in North Charleston.
Built around 1795, the former Beaufort County plantation called Tombee served as a hub for shipping sea island cotton to Charleston. After the Civil War, the house was used as an agricultural school to educate Freedmen. It's on the market for $3.5 million.
Two apartment complexes in Hanahan and West Ashley recently changed hands in separate deals valued at $52.4 million.
Anthony Herring, owner of Well Hung Vineyard restaurant, stands Oct. 20 in front of the building at 49 S. Market St. in downtown Charleston, w…
The former McCrady's space near East Bay and Unity Alley will become two venues after the property sold recently for $3.3 million. In addition, a nearby building that houses Pearlz has changed hands for more than $2 million.
A Virginia-based restaurant plans to open a new venue in downtown Charleston while two new national retailers are on the way to King Street and The Jasper lands four new commercial tenants.