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Charleston, S.C. – Today, The Peninsula of Charleston, an ownership model life-plan community coming to downtown Charleston in 2026, announced its sales gallery is now open at 573 King Street. Designed by Charleston-based architecture firm LS3P, the 3,700-square-foot gallery provides space to host community events and meetings with prospective families and community
professionals to discuss life at The Peninsula of Charleston.

With the gallery now open, the sales team is able to accept $10,000 refundable deposits from those interested in reserving and purchasing one of the 148 luxury residences. The deposits provide access to residence floorplans and pricing, input to shape the community’s amenities and disclosure, health and finance forms.

“The gallery pays homage to the distinctive Charleston aesthetic and provides visitors with a taste of what the community will look and feel like – a reflection of their Charleston home,” said Paige Canaday Crone, Charleston native and director of marketing and sales for The Peninsula of Charleston. “From its nod to a Charleston courtyard to its handsome bar and kitchen featuring antiques and Lowcountry décor, it provides a welcoming space and community venue.”

Co-owned and operated by Liberty Senior Living and Courier Square, LLC, the parent company of Evening Post Industries, The Peninsula of Charleston will be situated at the terminus of King and Columbus streets in the Courier Square District, featuring upscale amenities, concierge services and a full complement of healthcare. The project, which has a minimum age requirement of 62, will
feature residences ranging from 700-3,500 square feet. Designed by a renowned New York-based architect, Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), in partnership with LS3P, The Peninsula of Charleston is expected to break ground in 2024.

“This milestone brings us one step closer to making downtown Charleston’s only life-plan community a reality. We hope Charlestonians and the greater community will come together here and, if they choose to put down a refundable deposit, shape The Peninsula of Charleston with their valued input,” says Development Director for Liberty Senior Living, Patrick Allen. “We often look to future residents’ lifestyles and preferences, and The Peninsula of Charleston’s earliest residents will be afforded the ability to have their voices heard regarding amenities, finishes and programming.”

About The Peninsula of Charleston
Co-owned and operated by Liberty Senior Living and Courier Square, LLC, the parent company of Evening Post Industries, The Peninsula of Charleston is a proposed luxury independent living residence in the heart of historic downtown Charleston, featuring upscale amenities, concierge services and a full complement of healthcare. The 148 residences are located steps away from the
special places that make Charleston an award-winning destination, including fine dining, high-end shopping and endless ways to explore the city’s art, music, culture and history offerings. The community also provides residents with the reassurance of care with assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care service options. Residences of various sizes are available for purchase and include maintenance for worry-free living, allowing owners to focus on the people and passions that enrich their lives. Because it is an ownership model, members have the flexibility to sell their residences and ownership can be transferred to loved ones, making the Peninsula of Charleston a legacy investment. To learn more, visit Stay connected with The Peninsula of Charleston on Instagram (@thepeninsulaofcharleston).

About Liberty Senior Living
Liberty Senior Living is a part of Liberty Healthcare, a family-owned company that has been helping people manage their healthcare and residential needs in the Carolinas for almost 150 years. The company’s founders opened their first pharmacy in 1875 and established the core values of quality, honesty, and integrity which continue to guide Liberty Senior Living to this day. The organization operates or is developing 22 senior living communities throughout the southeast. We remain committed to serve older adults by doing the right thing and providing exemplary service and care.

About Courier Square, LLC
Evening Post Industries is a wholly owned subsidiary of Courier Square, LLC. Their origin can be traced back to 1894 when Charlestonian Arthur Manigault formed Evening Post which grew to become a thriving real estate, multimedia, and healthcare company. Courier Square proudly continues this legacy focusing on real estate by partnering and investing in high quality assets that
benefit communities. Our success is driven by having established a well-disciplined approach to investing and developing, focusing on value creation, long-term results, and capital preservation.