The Cannonborough Elliotborough commercial corridor continues to boom and several spaces became available last month. Here are a couple:
This building was an extensive renovation of the first African American Bank in Charleston. It is a National Historic Registered Building. The first floor retail/office space has been beautifully renovated with all new electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems.
To find out the details of this space click this link: 218 Saint Philip
This building on the corner of Spring and Saint Philip St has loads of potential, it could have additional stories added above or a rooftop garden or deck or the main floor could be divided into several small commercial spaces which seems to be the direction that the neighborhood wants to go in. Small start up businesses with a rental budget of around $1000 per month are the most in demand for properties in the Spring Cannon commercial corridor. This building with the current entrance on Spring could be redesigned into four store fronts facing onto Saint Philip. The off street parking on the Saint Philip St side could create a vibrant commercial center. Call me for more details. Currie 843-853-2004