A boot shop from Texas is setting up shop in downtown Charleston.
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.
New Charleston airport CEO Elliott Summey inherited an agency grappling with reduced revenue, fewer passengers, a hiring freeze and any expansion plans put on hold after the arrival of the coronavirus.
Home sales generally taper off somewhat in the fall, but not this year. Low mortgage interest rates and an influx of new residents area keeping demand high across South Carolina. The downside is that fewer homes are on the market and prices continue to rise.
Nexton is entering its next phase of development in Berkeley County, building homes in Midtown where 2,500 residences are on the way along with retailers and restaurants.
Frontier Airlines is adding nonstop flights during the holidays between Charleston and Denver and bringing the route back in the spring, according to its website.
The former Charlestowne Academy in North Charleston is being converted into an office building that will be called Ten Mile because it's 10 miles from Broad Street in downtown Charleston. Enveloped by 27 grand oak trees, it should be ready for occupancy by the spring.
A new brewery is headed to Charleston's upper peninsula in the new Lumberyard multitenant complex. Bevi Bene (means "drink well") Brewing should be serving by late spring or early summer if all goes as planned. Meanwhile, Belk department store is now offering same-day delivery for a fee.
Chicken chain Popeyes is planning a new roost in the once-sleepy town of Moncks Corner.