Back in the day Boston and Charleston, S.C., were considered sister cities. Early Americans with money spent their summers in Boston and winters in Charleston — and they were definitely on to something.
A few hundred years later, Charleston still has much to see and explore, and Travel + Leisure agrees. The magazine named it the No. 1 small city in the U.S. and Canada for its 2015 World’s Best Awards. Now is the time to rent an apartment in Charleston, SC.
Escape the cold and check out the rich history, robust dining scene, bustling nightlife and delightful adventures. And while other flowers are still resting, camellias are blooming.
If you are looking at apartments in Charleston, SC here is where you should imbibe, nosh and tuck yourself in.
FIG - 232 Meeting St.
The Ordinary - 544 King St.
Husk - 76 Queen St.
The Belmont - 511 King St.
The Gin Joint - 182 E. Bay St.