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Welcome to Charleston
Recently voted the number one city in the world by readers at Conde Nast Traveler and always a favorite with readers of Southern Living along with many other publications, Charleston consistently wins many of the “best” awards and tops many top ten lists including America’s Friendliest City, Most Mannerly City, Most Livable City, Best Southern City and many more. If you’re thinking about retirement, AARP has rated Charleston as one of the top places to retire.
Do you enjoy history, consider yourself to be a “foodie” or have an appreciation for culture and the fine arts? Or do you just enjoy great weather, the beach, golfing, boating or fishing. There’s something for everyone and always something to do in Charleston. During the year, there are concerts, performances by the Charleston Symphony, Charleston Ballet and Charleston Stage Company at the Dock Street Theater.
There are festivals and events seemingly every week including The Cooper River Bridge Run, The Flowertown Festival, Family Circle Cup, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE), Charleston Wine + Food Festival and of course, The Spoleto Festival, the annual 17 day international arts festival featuring all the performing arts including jazz, opera, dance and more.
Sports fans can enjoy minor league baseball watching The Riverdogs playing at “The Joe”, professional hockey with The Stingrays and professional soccer with The Battery. College sports are big in Charleston with alumni and fans cheering teams from the College of Charleston, The Citadel and Charleston Southern. There is plenty of recreation available and beautiful weather to enjoy golfing year round at one of the many championship courses throughout the Charleston Metropolitan Area. And with water all around, it’s no surprise boating and fishing are extremely popular activities.
Charleston’s strong economy and good job growth is one of the reasons that many people have chosen to relocate to Charleston. The hospitality industry is one of the leading industries in the Charleston area serving an estimated 5 million visitors every year. Don’t forget about the “locals” who enjoy dining out as well in the many world class restaurants you’ll find here.
Healthcare is not only world class but two of the largest employers in Charleston are The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Roper St. Francis Hospitals. The US Government and Military have a major presence in the Charleston area and economy at the Charleston Naval Weapons Station and Charleston Air Force Base and other facilities. And let’s not forget Boeing, the most recent and a very important contributor to the Charleston economy.
So whether you want to live in Historic Downtown Charleston, at the beach or in one of the many wonderful suburbs of Charleston, you'll find a wide choice of homes available in all price ranges. Welcome to Charleston.