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6:22 am on Thursday June 27, 2013

Charleston architecture review OKs 8-story hotel for old library site, and one more

After several years of debate, Charleston's Board of Architectural Review approved a plan for an 8-story hotel near Marion Square at the old Charleston library, and another hotel at 239 Meeting Street.
5:33 am on Thursday March 7, 2013

Plans for new downtown hotel go before review board tomorrow

The Post and Courier reports that plans for a new 41-room, 27,000-square-foot hotel called The Spectator are in the works for downtown Charleston. The Spectator would be located at 71 State Street.
7:00 am on Wednesday December 19, 2012

New cruise terminal receives Board of Architectural Review, DHEC approval

Image by South Carolina State Ports Authority A possible view of Charleston in the not-so-distant future, with a redeveloped waterfront and new cruise terminal.First reporting: The much-debated proposed $35 million cruise terminal moved a step...
3:14 am on Tuesday February 14, 2012

Revamping of Millennium Music building shot down

Image by City of Charleston The old Millennium Music building with its "iconic" metal roof used to once house an upstairs open-air restaurant.The old Millennium Music record store at the corner of King and Calhoun streets closed down in June 2008...
7:50 am on Wednesday June 24, 2009

The sky is not the limit for Charleston buildings

Image by Flickr user willa4Image by 20090624-skyline2.jpg Charleston's Board of Architectural Review is worried about the height of the new hotel slated to go up on Wentworth Street. Architecturally and historically, Charleston has been very picky...
8:57 am on Monday June 16, 2008

King Street building mixes old into new

Robert Behre writes in The Post and Courier about a new building on Upper King Street that rebuffs the standard Charleston motif to build new buildings to replicate the past: The building's late 19th-century brick storefront, which had a certain...