Opening the doors to the lowcountry
The Cassina Group proudly presents, "Opening the doors to the lowcountry." Your comprehensive guide to relocating to the Charleston, SC area. Published by SC Biz News.
LIVING Top left: Montague Avenue has become the area’s Main Street with shops and restaurants. Top right: North Charleston’s Riverfront Park. Left: The Mixson Neighborhood. Bottom: One of the many parks in North Charleston. venue for concerts, performances and meetings large and small. An $18 million expansion is under way for the Coliseum that will include a new ticket window, upgraded box suites, better kitchen facili- ties and stage and sound improvements. Nearby shopping centers in- clude the Tanger Outlet Cen- ter and Northwoods Mall. The Charleston International Airport is also located in North Charleston. Interstate 26 forms a spine that begins in Charleston and runs through North Charleston toward Columbia. Interstate 526, which has terminal points in Mount Pleasant and West Ashley, reaches its peak in North Charleston. P h o to / C o u rt e s y o f C it y o f N o rt h C H a rl e s to n P h o to / L e s li e B u rd e n P h o to / C o u rt e s y o f C it y o f N o rt h C h a rl e s to n P h o to / C o u rt e s y o f C it y o f N o rt h C h a rl e s to n P h o to / C o u rt e s y o f C it y o f N o rt h C h a rl e s to n Opposite: New neighborhoods like Oak Terrace Park provide walkable areas for homeowners. Above: A concert at Riverfront Park. INTRO | 27