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The Three Districts: Design & Dining, Fashion, & Antiques

King Street is Charleston’s Broadway, Fifth Ave, and Bleeker Street all wrapped into one. She has developed into three disinctive areas; the Upper King Street Design and Dining District; in the middle is the King Street Fashion District and the Lower King Street Antiques District.

 

 

Upper King Street – Design & Dining District

See real estate listings in Charleston’s bustling design and dining district.  The area on Upper King Street north of Calhoun has recently been transformed into a hot spot for hospitality, with a bevy of new restaurants and pubs that stay busy throughout the week.

Middle King Street – Fashion District

Within the neighborhood along King Street between Calhoun and Broad, residents enjoy living in one of Charleston’s liveliest urban atmospheres.  In this area, there are countless condos to choose from, including newly renovated loft styles and historic buildings ranging from $350,000 to $2,150,000.

Lower King Street – Antiques District

Lower King Street runs from Broad Street down to the Battery and includes a special number of historic homes. Properties here don’t often come on the market, but when they do they will usually fetch a premium for their distinctive location in Charleston’s grandest neighborhood South of Broad.

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Doug Hall

Realtor, Dunes Properties, Member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors,

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Doug Hall
Dunes Properties of Mount Pleasant
1400 Palm Boulevard
Isle of Palms, SC 29451
(843) 217-1100
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King Street is Charleston’s Broadway, Fifth Ave, and Bleeker Street all wrapped into one. She has developed into three disinctive areas; the Upper King Street Design and Dining District; in the middle is the King Street Fashion District and the Lower King Street Antiques District.
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