Condo Buildings on the Charleston Peninsula – where, what and how much.

It can take a long time to understand where all of Charleston’s condo buildings are, what they look like and what their price ranges are so I pulled together a map to help you navigate.  You’ll find luxury penthouse condos with water views at $4,000,000 and loft-style condos starting at $175,000.  Just click the blue pins to see prices and a description.  There’s also a list below arranged by neighborhood.

I’ve been inside one or more condos in 95% of these buildings – so if you have a question about the style or interiors – just ask!


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SOUTH OF BROAD

$364k-1.5m, Fort Sumter House The Fort Sumter House in Charleston is a former hotel built in the 1920s. Located at 1 King Street, across from historic White Point Gardens, the building has a commanding view of Charleston Harbor, the Battery and the Ashley River. Current prices range from $364,000-$1,549,000.

$495k-695k, Chisolm Lofts The old Murray Vocational School and its Gym at 3 Chisolm Street were converted to condominiums in 2000. Many are in a loft style and most boast very high ceilings with lots of windows. Current prices range from $495,000-$695,000.

$839K, Printer’s Row This building originally housed the printing company for the Confederacy and in the early 1980s it was converted into condos. They surround an interior courtyard and have a shared roof deck overlooking East Bay St and the Charleston Harbor.  Current prices start at $839,000.

HISTORIC KING STREET DISTRICT

$375k-1.15m, 4 Beaufain St These 1 and 2BR lofts with exposed bricks are located right on King St over Banana Republic. The building is generally quiet and well run. Current prices range from $375,000-$1,145,000.

$550k, King St Lofts These lofts are located in the burgeoning design and restaurant district of Upper King St. A 2BR is currently on the market for $550,000.

$524k-724k, 21 George St Condos 21 George St condos were built in 2006 and consist of 52 condos with balconies and garage parking. This is the ‘sister’ building to 76 Society St. Current prices range from $524,000 to $724,000.

$563k-775k, 76 Society Street Condos Slightly more upscale than its ‘sister’ condos at 21 George St, 76 Society St has a total of 13 condos and garage parking. Current price ranges are $563,000-$775,000.

$895k-$1.9m, Davidson Lofts These gorgeous modern lofts sit above Pottery Barn and most are currently being rented. Each has an outdoor roofdeck. When they were for sale, prices ranged from $895,000-$1,875,000.

FRENCH QUARTER/WATERFRONT PARK

$385k-500k, 32 Vendue Range Condos With 1 and 2BR flats, 32 Vendue Range condos are currently listed for $385,000-$500,000.

$399k-829k, Queens Gate Condos Located near Waterfront Park in the French Quarter, Queens Gate Condos are in a circa 1855 converted warehouse and include exposed brick walls, lofts styles and a private garage for owners.  Current prices range from $399,000-$829,000.

$849k-3m, One Vendue Range Located right on Waterfront Park, One Vendue Range features four primarily brick buildings with coast stone and stucco accents, two private garden verandas, a shared roof deck and garage parking.  These are very popular with Kiawah residents as a pied-a-terre.  Current prices range from $849,000-$3,000,000

$998k-2.2m, Concord & Cumberland Built in 2007, some of these condos have views of Waterfront Park and the Charleston Harbor. Prices range from $998,000-$2,175,000.

$3M and up, Factor’s Walk Located at 5 Middle Atlantic Wharf, these luxury condos in a four-story building are right on Waterfront Park. The Historic Factor’s Walk Townhomes are also part of the regime. One of the condos is currently on the market for $3,050,000.

HARLESTON VILLAGE

$210k-260k, 63 Rutledge Condos Also known as the Berkeley Court Apartments, these condos are located right on Colonial Lake. While many of the condo still not not have central AC and heat, they are comparatively affordable for the location. Current prices range from $210,000 for a studio to $258,000 for a 1BR.

$247k-277k, Ashley House Condos Built in 1975, this high-rise is popular with medical students given its proximity to MUSC, affordability and great views. Current prices range from $247,000-$277,000

$298k and up, Baker House Condominium Once a tuberculosis hospital, the Baker House is located right on Colonial Lake and features a variety of condos 1-3BR. The larger ones rarely come on the market, but you can currently buy a ground floor 2BR for $298,000.

$549k-775k, Crafts House The Crafts house was a former school and was converted to condos with 12 ft ceilings and large windows. It sits on a large landscaped lot that is fully gated and secure. This building is pet-friendly! Current prices are $549,000-$795,000.

AQUARIUM/MARITIME CENTER AREA

$359k-769k. 33 Calhoun Condos 33 Calhoun was built in 2006 and is comprised of two buildings with one large garage underneath. Prices range from $359,900-$769,500.

$334k-2.2m, Dockside Condominiums The tallest building on the Charleston Peninsula, Dockside has magnificent views of the Charleston Harbor. Built in 1979, these condos range from $334,000-$2,175,000

$896k-$4.45m, Anson House Condominiums Built in 2009, Anson House offers luxury living near the water. Prices range from $896,000 – $4,450,000 for the penthouse.

$1.15m-$2.45m, Laurens Place Condominiums Built in 2000, most of the condos have views of the Charleston Harbor. Current prices range from $1,150,000-$2,450,000

WESTSIDE/LOCKWOOD DRIVE AREA

$280k-1.2m, Bee Street Lofts Overlooking the Ashley River and the James Island Connector, these newly constructed condo buildings range in price from $280,000 to $1,200,000

$430k-$1.25m, Bristol Condominiums Located on the Ashley River with a marina, pool and various other amenities, The Bristol currently has condos for sale from $430,000 to $1,245,000.

NORTH OF THE CROSSTOWN

$140k-280k, San Souci Condos Brick townhomes and condos right on the Ashley River in a complex with a pool. Current prices range from $140,000-$280,000

$169k-249k, Francis Street Lofts Located in a circa 1937 converted Baptist church, these ultra-modern lofts are single and multi-level. Current prices range from $169,000-$249,000.

$175k-375k, One Cool Blow An environmentally friendly mixed-used development in a loft style with exposed duct work and concrete floors. 1-3BR condos are available and current prices range from $175,000-$375,000

$259k-$425k Bordeleaux Built in 1967, these condos are located on lush grounds with a pool right on the Ashley River. Current prices range from $259,000-$425,000

OTHER

Cigar Factory
Lofts built out of an old Cigar Factory – overlooking the Cooper River Bridge and the port. Construction is currently suspended for financing but I’ll keep you posted.

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