Unattached and home shopping? You’re not alone. The “typical” home buyer is becoming less and less typical. In other words, home purchasers are becoming more diverse, forcing a shift in the way homes are built, bought, and marketed. For home shoppers, that means you’ll find homes with more flexibility and more options in a welcome variety of shapes, sizes, and configurations.
Elegant simplicity is better than fancy complexity. Food should be slow and internet should be crazy-fast. Authenticity doesn’t mean replicating the past; It should be a thoughtful, contemporary response.
Meet the Poshi family. If you run into them around Brighton Park Village, you could greet them with Hello, Bonjour, Jambo, or with at least half a dozen other languages. The multilingual family finds themselves in the Charleston region via Seattle, courtesy of Boeing.
Tourism has always been a thing in Charleston. But just down the road, Nexton is coming on with its own flavor of Southern hospitality. Starting with five — yes, five — hotels, everything’s in place for conferences, tradeshows and corporate meetings. Or Lowcountry weddings, proms and family reunions. (Hello, photo sesh in gorgeous, green parks.) And Nexton Square has its table set with all your foodie favorites. Welcome, y’all.