Looking back on the summer

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Although it is great to say good bye and good riddance to a sweaty summer of running up and down stairs showing apartments, houses, and commercial spaces in downtown Charleston, Sc.   I did have some accomplishments that I am pretty proud of.  This summer elliotborough welcomed several new businesses and residents that I found homes for in the neighborhood.

Welcome to Carmen Ash Photography who transformed the victorian home at 79 A Spring St to a beautiful home studio to be wowed by Carmen’s amazing work visit her website:   www.carmenashphotography.com


The go getter event planners Erin and Candice from YOJ events moved in and quickly transformed the space at 47 A Spring St into a sumptuous show room any bridezilla would love! Check out their amazing resumes and rave testimonials at www.yojevents.com


Abigail McClamm has turned the space behind Velvet salon at 162 A Spring St. into a massage paradise!  Website coming soon.

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Jennifer Chapman has branched out her booming Orangeburg, Sc based business Flowers By Jennifer to include a location on the corner of Ashley and Spring specializing in event supplies, linens etc.  Grand Opening and Website coming soon….


After a summer of up-fitting the space at 73 Spring,  Lauren Mitterer brings  WildFlour Pastry to Elliotborough.  Grand Opening is scheduled for Monday Sept. 14th.  Be sure to drop in for a coffee, a pastry, or to order a cake from this local super star pastry chef.


Welcome also to new Elliotborough home owners Andrew and Nick who purchased my listings at 67 A Spring and 53 Cannon.  I don’t doubt that you will enjoy living in downtown Charleston as much as I do!

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