The Horizon Project. From Concrete to Community in the City of Charleston.

Take a look at this area and tell me what you see. Vast swaths of concrete and cars, a few buildings, a few ball fields. A pretty nice park.  It's an area that is mostly disconnected from other neighborhoods in Charleston - on the south, north and the east.  It's where we locals go to pay our parking tickets, or watch a baseball game, or see the Dock Dog Competition in Brittlebank Park - but not much else. Now that's all going to change. I heard a few rumors about this thing called the "Horizon Project" from a well-connected friend of mine, so I decided to do some further investigation ...click to read more...

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6 Responses to The Horizon Project. From Concrete to Community in the City of Charleston.

  1. Charles says:

    This is great for Charleston! Infill is always better than sprawl…Great work! by you.

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  5. Ray Kessler says:

    My concern will the large volume of traffic dropping off right in front of the Bristol Condominiums. The traffic from the center, Horizon Street, should drop off onto Spring or Hagood. The reason being the traffic is already very busy on that end of Lockwood around the Brittlebank Park and should be dispersed in a different direction. More obvious buildup will lead to volatile situation.

    • Hi Ray! That’s an understandable concern. I imagine the talent in place will be managing that quite effectively but I am sure there will be an opportunity for public input!

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