A community like no other in a city like no other.
Just outside the door of their King Street location, resident members simply stroll to many of the wonderful things that draw visitors to the city season after season, year after year.
In addition to the excellent restaurants, world-class shopping, and endless ways to explore the city’s art, music, culture and history, The Peninsula of Charleston is also convenient to several excellent medical centers with whom the community enjoys a strong relationship.
Should you have the need or desire to travel, Charleston International Airport is only a short drive away.
Resident members of The Peninsula of Charleston also need not be concerned with the issue of parking in a bustling downtown setting. Secure garage parking is a coveted amenity, as are complimentary transportation services for those times that resident members prefer not to drive.
Courier Square District
Directly across the street from The Peninsula of Charleston, between King Street and Lowcountry Lowline park, the new neighborhood development known as Courier Square District will be filled with gathering spaces, outdoor areas, walkways, and retail shops that reflect the charm of the city and bring people together to share meaningful experiences.
The Courier Square District is a project of Evening Post Industries, a highly regarded firm renowned for their exceptional development and reimagining of coastal areas.
The Peninsula of Charleston is steeped in history by virtue of its premier location and architectural inspiration. Sited at the intersection of Columbus and King streets, the community is modeled after The Charleston Orphan House, a grand 1792 Palladian and Renaissance Revival architectural masterpiece that once occupied a full city block. The newly constructed residence honors the city’s history inside and out, and is designed to blend in with the classic architecture that has been carefully preserved in the area.
The Peninsula of Charleston is designed by internationally renowned, New York-based Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), in partnership with Charleston-based LS3P.
Scott Parker of the Charleston-based urban design and planning firm, DesignWorks, is responsible for creating landscape architecture featuring grounds and gardens befitting the spectacular setting and statuesque structure.