Phase 1 of City House Charleston, a mixed-use multi-parcel complex in downtown Charleston, is set to begin this summer.
The project in the French Quarter neighborhood will include 21 luxury residences, each with an outdoor terrace.
“We are thrilled to bring a new concept of a sophisticated, personalized residential experience that will blend seamlessly with Charleston’s gracious architecture and the celebrated charm of the surrounding French Quarter,” Jon Pannoni, partner, Landmark Partners, said in a news release. “At a time when the availability of luxury residential options in historic Charleston is limited, we look forward to providing future residents the opportunity to define their own personal living experience with highly-amenitized and architecturally superior accommodations.”
Landmark Partners’ $50 million investment will stretch from Church to State Streets and along the historic Cumberland corridor.
The twenty-one luxury two- and three-bedroom residences, ranging between 1,500 and 3,000 square feet, will include a common wellness center, activated shared workspaces, and 69 covered parking spaces, in addition to full-time staff and concierge services, according to the release. It will a fourth level exclusive 3,000-square-foot Parker Lounge Clubhouse and pool deck. The clubhouse will be complemented with an outdoor kitchen and entertainment area.
“City House Charleston is a project that infuses the historic location opportunity with luxurious amenities and services not found in other established projects nearby,” Charles Sullivan, partner in Carriage Properties, said in the release. “With the comfort of all new construction, concierge services, spacious terraces, covered parking and a rooftop pool, this rare project will surely set a new standard for gracious and sophisticated living, enhanced further by superb amenities. The walkable French Quarter location is just icing on this cake.”
Carriage Properties is managing inquiries and sale of residences.
City House Charleston will be available for occupancy in early 2024, the release said.