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Half a Sorrow Foundation Announces 2024 Board of Directors

2024 Board of Directors, Half a Sorrow Foundation

Greenville, SC – Half a Sorrow Foundation, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to promoting mental health awareness, suicide prevention, and postvention support, proudly announces its 2024 Board of Directors. Committed to advancing the Foundation’s mission of fostering life-saving connections and promoting real conversations surrounding mental health, the newly appointed directors bring diverse experiences and expertise.

The Half a Sorrow Foundation has been instrumental in providing compassionate outreach and advocacy to schools, workplaces, organizations, and communities. Through outreach the foundation is able to address the critical need for awareness and support in combating the heartbreaking suicide epidemic.

Anna Bellew, a Greenville native, continues to serve on the board and draws from her personal experience of receiving mental health treatment during her adolescence. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Winthrop University and a master’s degree in public health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Anna’s professional background in a local mental health practice and her service on the board of the Half a Sorrow Foundation has equipped her with valuable insights to contribute to the cause.

Also joining the Half a Sorrow Board of Directors is Berdina Hill, whose extensive community counseling and career development background adds depth to the Board of Directors. Berdina’s Master’s degree in Community Counseling from Webster University and her experience as the Work-Based Learning Coordinator for the Enoree Career Center position her as a valuable asset in advancing the Foundation’s mission.

Rounding out the group is Sterling Ta’Bon from Sumter, SC, holding a master’s degree in science in public health from Campbell University. Sterling’s impressive track record in public health positions, including roles at the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and the Department of Mental Health’s Office of Suicide Prevention, demonstrates his unwavering commitment to improving mental health outcomes.

“First and foremost, I would like to thank all of the previous board members for getting us this far at the Half a Sorrow Foundation. With that said, I am so excited to welcome these new board members to help us reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and train people to lean into the conversation surrounding suicide,” said Dennis Gillan, Founder and Executive Director of Half a Sorrow Foundation. “Each one has a unique connection to the cause of mental health, and we look forward to their contributions.”

As the Foundation continues to spearhead initiatives to improve mental health for individuals and organizations alike, the 2024 Board of Directors stands ready to steer Half a Sorrow towards even more significant impact and outreach.

About Half a Sorrow Foundation:

Half a Sorrow Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about mental health issues and providing support to individuals and families affected by suicide. Founded in 2020, the Foundation is committed to reducing the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide, offering resources and guidance while fostering a community of understanding and support. To learn more, please visit


Peak Drift Brewing Company and Columbia Craft Brewing Company Establish Craft Brew Inc.

Peak Drift Brewing Company and Columbia Craft Brewing Company, award-winning craft beer companies based in Columbia, SC, have joined forces under the establishment of a new parent company for regional breweries, Craft Brew Inc. The formation of this company will strengthen the craft beer industry in the Midlands and throughout South Carolina.

Craft Brew Inc. was formed through joint efforts from both brewery management teams and was established to be a holding company of multiple brands. It will serve as a one-stop shop for craft breweries and beverage companies that want to scale up their production, directly print their cans in-house and utilize resources within a family of brands where economies of scale are created.

“Peak Drift is forming strategic partnerships for long-term success,” says Jordan Styles, owner and chief executive officer, Peak Drift. “We are committed to industry collaboration and the creation of Craft Brew Inc. will help cultivate the security of craft beer in South Carolina.”

Craft Brew Inc. will begin with two brands under its name and has plans to add more breweries into this alliance in the future. The focus is to keep each brand identity but to grow the Craft Brew Inc. name corporately. Currently, Craft Brew Inc. distributes products state-wide in South Carolina and exports to the United Kingdom.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of the Craft Brew Inc. family and we look forward to growing our footprint and creating amazing products for craft beer enthusiasts everywhere,” says Richard Strauss, former managing member, Columbia Craft. “This partnership will further develop the region and industry by continuing to position South Carolina as a leader in producing award-winning craft beer.

Peak Drift’s partnership with Columbia Craft started in 2023, when Peak Drift began partner brewing select Columbia Craft beer at its 25,000-square-foot production facility. As Craft Brew Inc. continues to expand its family of brands, the individual brand identities of the breweries and management teams will remain in place. Columbia Craft will continue to operate its taproom located at 520 Greene Street in Columbia.

About Peak Drift Brewing Company
Founded in 2021, Peak Drift Brewing Company is an innovative craft beverage company based in Columbia, South Carolina. Capturing life’s peak experiences, Peak Drift features high-quality craft beers, hard seltzers and non-alcoholic beverages inspired by the landscapes of the Southeast region. Peak Drift products are available at select stores, bars and restaurants throughout Columbia, S.C., Greenville, S.C. and at Smoked, a restaurant in the heart of downtown Columbia. For more information, visit


About Columbia Craft Brewing Company
Columbia Craft was founded in November 2017 and is a production brewery and taproom located at 520 Greene St., in the heart of the Vista. Since its opening, Columbia Craft has been dedicated to brewing a unique lineup of ales, lagers, sours and barrel-aged beers, including many that have received regional and national medals. Visit the taproom, take a tour and enjoy one of the brewery’s 16 selections on tap. For more information, visit


WebsterRogers Announces Two New Partners

WebsterRogers LLP (WR) proudly announces the promotion of Laurence Fritz and Adam Johnson to the position of Partner within our firm. In concert with his promotion to Partner, Laurence Fritz will also serve as the Practice Leader for the Firm’s Assurance Services Group.

Laurence Fritz

About Laurence Fritz
This promotion, effective January 2024, underscores a career spanning over twelve years in the realm of public accounting, characterized by a wealth of experience in diverse sectors. Laurence’s professional portfolio includes collaboration with domestic and international enterprises, as well as those under private equity and family ownership. Notably, he has provided audit services across an array of industries including real estate, manufacturing, construction, hospitality, and retail.

Preceding his tenure in public accounting, Laurence served as Junior Vice President for an international cotton merchandising firm. His role as an international trading team member demanded an in-depth understanding of the derivative and international marketing environments, and necessitated global travels to England, Italy, Turkey, Taiwan, Thailand, and Indonesia for client engagements.
Beyond his professional commitments, Laurence is an active contributor to his community, serving on the boards of Spartanburg Area Conservancy (SPACE), The Advent Foundation, and The Cleveland Opportunity Foundation. Additionally, he lends his expertise as a member of the Audit Committee of the Mary Black Foundation.
“Laurence’s diverse and global experiences immediately created value for the clients we have the privilege of serving,” said Amy Urquhart, Managing Partner of WR. “Additionally, Laurence’s leadership, progressive and strategic mindset along with his humility well positioned him for the role as ASG practice leader garnering the respect of his fellow partners and associates.”

Adam Johnson

About Adam Johnson
A graduate of The University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, Adam’s commitment to professional development is evident through his completion of LeaderShift; WebsterRogers’ comprehensive 12-month leadership development program. He holds a license as a Certified Public Accountant in both South Carolina and Ohio and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (SCACPA).

Adam’s dedication extends beyond his professional role, as he actively engages in community stewardship. In Myrtle Beach, he serves on the board for prominent organizations such as the Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association, Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, McLeod Seacoast Foundation, and Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel. His commitment to community involvement is matched by his efforts to foster a vibrant and inclusive culture within our firm.
“Adam naturally consistently earns the revered title of trusted advisor with his clients and colleagues,” said Amy Urquhart, Managing Partner of WR. “His genuine concern for clients, business acumen and proactive tendencies provide excellent, strategic client service. Additionally, Adam shares this skillset readily with the community he works in, volunteering countless hours to enrich the organizations and people he serves.”

About WebsterRogers LLP
WebsterRogers LLP is a leading South Carolina-based accounting and consulting firm that provides a broad spectrum of assurance, tax and advisory services to our clients. We lead in industry standards in our level experience and expertise, and our commitment to our surrounding local communities is paramount. With offices in eight cities across South Carolina, we are able to build local relationships and provide exceptional customer service.

Trident Health Names Jeff Wilson President

Jeff Wilson has been named President of Trident Health.

Trident Health has named Jeff Wilson as the health system’s new President. He will also serve as CEO of Trident Medical Center. Trident Health employs nearly 3,000 and has a medical staff of nearly 800 physicians. Next year, Trident Medical Center will celebrate its 50th anniversary.

Jeff joins Trident Health from Methodist Hospital Stone Oak in San Antonio, TX, where he served as Chief Executive Officer for the past two-and-a-half years. In his time there, he led more than $34M in Operating Rooms and Cath Lab expansion projects and a $78M tower expansion to improve the facility and enhance hospital services.

“Jeff’s skilled in creating and communicating a vision for growth and supporting the teams who’ll execute it,” said Hugh Tappan, President, HCA Healthcare South Atlantic Division. “It’ll be invaluable as Trident Health continues to add specialties and expand access to care like the health system did last year with the opening of Live Oak Mental Health & Wellness and James Island Emergency and will do in other neighborhoods in the future.”

Jeff joined HCA Healthcare in 2005, where he’s held a variety of leadership positions in several Richmond, VA area hospitals, as well as serving as the Vice President of Orthopedics and Spine in HCA’s Capital Division. Before his most recent role, he served as CEO of the Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant, recognized as the #1 live donor kidney transplant program in the U.S.

Trident Health’s acute care hospitals were recently awarded their second consecutive America’s 250 Best Hospitals award from Healthgrades and second consecutive “A” grade by Leapfrog. The health system includes:
Trident Medical Center (321-beds)
Summerville Medical Center (124-beds)
Live Oak Mental Health & Wellness (60 beds)
Brighton Park Emergency
Centre Pointe Emergency
James Island Emergency
Moncks Corner Medical Center
And, Trident Health has announced plans to build a 50-bed hospital on Johns Island, SC.

Jeff earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Government from The University of Kansas; a Master’s Degree in Health/Health Care Administration/Management from Virginia Commonwealth University; and a Certificate of Management, Public Health/Business from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

He’s known for his hands-on approach to recruiting surgeons and specialists. His efforts led to increased surgical volume by nearly 15%, year-over-year, and a projected 1,000 additional neurosurgical cases for 2024.

Jeff also has a strong track record of supporting the community by building partnerships and serving on the boards of nonprofit organizations. He currently serves on the board of directors and is Chair of the Governance Committee for the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute.

Jeff and his wife, Karen, are avid outdoor enthusiasts. They have three children. His first day will be March 25, 2024.

Adams and Reese Launches Aviation and Aerospace Practice Team, Adds Industry Power Players to National Footprint

Marc Warren

The national law firm of Adams and Reese has launched an Aviation and Aerospace Practice Team with the recent additions of legal industry power players Marc Warren, former FAA acting chief counsel and deputy chief counsel; Paul Alp, former Boeing senior counsel; and Laura DiBella, Florida’s first female secretary of commerce and chair of the Aerospace Alliance.

Adams and Reese is a member of the AmLaw 200, Law360 Top 400, and NLJ500, with 315 attorneys and advisors representing business and industry in more than 75 practice areas across 20 offices, 10 states, and Washington, DC.

The Aerospace and Aviation Team of attorneys and advisors represents clients in aviation law and regulation under domestic and international authorities, related to compliance, safety, security, enforcement, risk management, and commercial issues. Subsections include Airworthiness, Manufacturing, and Products; Drones, Advanced Air Mobility, and Future Transportation; Investigations, Enforcement, and Disputes; and Regulation and Compliance.

Warren and Alp bring over 60 years of combined experience representing the aviation and aerospace industry’s leading companies. DiBella brings more than 25 years of experience in economic development and government relations strategy. Warren and Alp will serve as co-leaders of the Adams and Reese Aviation and Aerospace Team.

“Marc and Paul are recognized around the world for their expertise, relationships and leadership in the aviation and aerospace industries, and together we have a shared vision of building the top aviation law practice in the country. We could not have two better partners to lead us on this journey,” said partner Brad Lampley, Adams and Reese Intersection of Business and Government Practice Group Leader. “We view Laura as a game-changer for our clients and prospective clients throughout our footprint. She understands business in Florida and the Southeast and understands how to get things done at all levels of government.”

Lampley added: “The Aviation and Aerospace practice provides great synergies with our global trade, transportation, government relations and economic development practice areas, and we are excited to see how our clients will benefit from their extraordinary capabilities.”

In addition to Warren, Alp, and DiBella, Aviation and Aerospace Practice Team members – across a wide range of cross-section, practice area disciplines – include IBG Practice Group Leaders and Partners Lee Reid and Brad Lampley; IBG Partner and Executive Committee Chair B. Jeffrey Brooks; EC Member and IBG Partner Britton Bonner; IBG Partner and Global Trade, Transportation and Logistics Team Leader Chris Kane; GTTL Partner and DC Partner in Charge Matt Paxton; IBG Partner Michael Berson; Public Finance Partner Cindy Barnett; MMM&A Partner Rob Breunig; IBG Partner Cole Callihan; IBG Partner and Baton Rouge Partner in Charge Susan Eccles; Litigation Partner Tom White; Litigation Attorney Luke LaHaye; and Real Estate Attorney Jordan Barley.

Warren and Alp have launched a Liftoff Blog with insights, analysis, and the latest news around Aviation and Aerospace Law. Warren is the former FAA acting chief counsel and deputy chief counsel for operations. Warren previously led the Aerospace and Aviation Practice teams at Crowell & Moring and Jenner & Block. Alp was most recently a Jenner & Block partner. He formerly served as The Boeing Company senior counsel, where he advised on all regulatory aspects of product certification, compliance, and safety for Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

“Marc and Paul have impressive careers driving solutions, shaping policy, and resolving complex matters for clients at the intersection of regulatory, legal, and technical issues,” said Adams and Reese Executive Committee Chair and DC Partner B. Jeffrey Brooks. “The addition of Marc and Paul is a testament to our commitment to growth in specialized practice areas in which our clients are doing business. Their established aviation industry relationships position us uniquely to serve and excel in these complex sectors.”

About Adams and Reese: Adams and Reese, founded in 1951, is a multidisciplinary law firm with 315 attorneys and advisors strategically located throughout the United States and Washington, D.C. The American Lawyer includes Adams and Reese on its distinguished list of the nation’s top law firms, the Am Law 200. The National Law Journal also includes the firm among the top 200 on the NLJ 500 list of the nation’s largest law firms.

AgentOwned Realty’s Summerville Main Street Office Welcomes Tom Rudofski

Tom Rudofski, AgentOwned Realty Summerville

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. — Tom Rudofski has placed his license with AgentOwned Realty’s Summerville office at 141-A North Main Street.

A REALTOR® with decades of experience, Tom holds a bachelor of business administration with a real estate major. Also a State Certified Real Estate Appraiser who has been in business through both up and down markets, he understands what affects a home’s value and draws on this experience to help both buyers and sellers. His favorite charity is the Humane Society.

To learn more about or contact Tom Rudofski, visit

Cell: (248) 756-6605

About AgentOwned Realty:
Liz and Boyd Loadholt launched AgentOwned Realty in 1992. Serving the entire Lowcountry and other parts of South Carolina, AgentOwned Realty is 100 percent owned by its sales associates. The company works to streamline the real estate transaction process by bringing all the services the public needs to complete the purchase of a home under one roof. This combined approach leads to high levels of customer satisfaction and better value for customers. Further, when they select AgentOwned Realty, customers have the assurance of working with Agent-Owners who are personally vested in the business.

McCrory Construction CEO Allen Amsler elected 2024 Board Chair for ABC Carolinas

Allen Amsler, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of South Carolina-based McCrory Construction, has been elected 2024 Board Chair of Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABC Carolinas). ABC Carolinas is a leading construction industry association representing more than 450 member firms in the two-state Carolinas region. Seven of the 20 board members, including Amsler, are based in South Carolina with the remainder located in North Carolina.

Having spent his entire professional career in construction, Amsler is passionate about elevating the construction industry in our region and beyond. On the heels of celebrating ABC Carolinas’ 25th anniversary year, Amsler and his fellow board members are focused on strategically paving the way for the next 25 years through ongoing initiatives with emerging professionals and across all workforce development efforts.

“ABC Carolinas represents many successful member organizations – general contractors, construction management firms, specialty contractors, material and equipment suppliers, and service providers – and it’s clear that developing future leaders is the lifeline to our collective long-term success,” said Amsler. “Of course, we will continue to be champions of safety and workforce development. Equally important, we will continue to be a voice heard nationally and regionally when it comes to shaping policy to further our deeply rooted merit shop philosophy.”

Amsler went on to say, “As I step into my role as 2024 Chair, I am energized by the unprecedented growth potential for our industry in the Carolinas. In keeping with our vision for ‘Building the Next Generation,’ this theme will be evident throughout the year, including our annual Construction Convention in downtown Greenville, South Carolina this August.”

Amsler began his extensive career with McCrory in 1987 following graduation from the University of Florida where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Building Construction. After immersing himself in all aspects of the business through increasingly responsible roles — ranging from Assistant Project Manager to Project Manager, to Vice President of Operations — he assumed the title of President and CEO in 2006. In 2020, Amsler passed the torch to current McCrory President Allen Bridgers, while retaining his role as Chief Executive Officer.

Amsler has held leadership roles in various civic and non-profit organizations over the years, most notably serving seven years as Chairman of the Board of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) after being appointed by then Governor Nikki Haley. He is also past Chairman of the National Kidney Foundation of South Carolina; the Special Olympics South Carolina; and Hootie and the Blowfish Monday After the Masters. In addition, Amsler served on the board for the Humane Society of South Carolina and as a Lexington advisory board member for the National Bank of South Carolina (NBSC).

About ABC Carolinas — Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABC Carolinas) represents general contractors, construction management firms, specialty contractors, various material and equipment suppliers, and service providers all dedicated to the construction industry in North and South Carolina. Based in Charlotte, NC, ABC Carolinas is one of 69 chapters of ABC, a national association representing more than 20,000 members. South Carolina has three regional ABC councils – Midlands, Upstate and Lowcountry. North Carolina has four regional councils – Charlotte, Triad, Triangle and Coastal. For more information and news, visit

About McCrory Construction — McCrory Construction, headquartered in Columbia, S.C., with an additional office in Greenville, S.C., is a full-service general contractor that has operated continuously since 1918. At 106 years old, McCrory is South Carolina’s oldest general contractor. Licensed in 13 states throughout the Southeast, McCrory has served an array of private and public sector clients through more than 3,000 general construction, design-build and construction management projects. Now under fifth generation private ownership, McCrory continues to be a leading force in retail, commercial, industrial, healthcare, and multi-family construction in the Southeast. McCrory is consistently honored by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) as a Top Performer, a prestigious national ranking that recognizes contractors for demonstrating world-class performance in five specific areas: safety, quality, diversity, project excellence and special designations, ranked by work hours. Known for its people-focused culture, McCrory has been named one of the Best Places to Work in South Carolina by SCBiz. To learn more, visit

Stantec expands Community Development team in South Carolina

CHARLESTON, SC – Stantec, a leading global design and engineering firm, has welcomed Richie Ames as a CAD Designer in its Charleston office.

Ames graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Geography. He has 7 years of experience analyzing and managing geospatial data, imagery, and construction documents associated with utility infrastructures and topography.

About Stantec

Communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or across the globe, they provide a foundation, a sense of place and of belonging. That’s why at Stantec, we always design with community in mind.

We care about the communities we serve—because they’re our communities too. This allows us to assess what’s needed and connect our expertise, to appreciate nuances and envision what’s never been considered, to bring together diverse perspectives so we can collaborate toward a shared success.

We’re designers, engineers, scientists, and project managers, innovating together at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Balancing these priorities results in projects that advance the quality of life in communities across the globe.

Stantec trades on the TSX and the NYSE under the symbol STN. Visit us at or find us on social media.

Chamber Music Charleston Announces Its 2024-2025 Concert Season: A Celebration of Artistic Excellence

Chamber Music Charleston at Carnegie Hall

Charleston, SC – Chamber Music Charleston (CMC) is thrilled to announce its highly anticipated 2024-2025 season, marking a milestone 19 years of bringing exceptional chamber music to diverse venues across Charleston. With a commitment to showcasing the breadth and depth of chamber music repertoire, this season promises to captivate audiences with 36 concerts featuring works by 31 remarkable composers.

From the timeless compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Johannes Brahms to the lesser-known yet equally brilliant creations of Mel Bonis, HT Burleigh, and Gaspar Cassadó, the season offers a rich tapestry of musical experiences.
Performances take place in the private homes of Downtown Charleston, Kiawah Island, and Bishop Gadsden; the historic ballroom of South Carolina Society Hall; the revered Dock Street and Sottile Theatres; the stunning sanctuary of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church; and the new West Ashley Theater Center.

“Attending a live chamber music concert is a magical, unique experience,” explains CMC President and Artistic Director Sandra Nikolajevs. “From the first steps into the concert space – be it a private living room or a grand ballroom – you are greeted with warmth and familiarity while excitement for the coming concert builds. Then the music begins, captivating the senses, sparking the imagination, and creating connections that resonate deeply within us all.”

Highlights of the season include guest violinist Daniel Ching of the Miró Quartet and Alan Rafferty of the Cincinnati Symphony joining musicians of Chamber Music Charleston (CMC) for “Transfigured Night,” a program featuring music for string sextet by Arnold Schoenberg and Johannes Brahms at the Dock Street Theatre on November 3, 2025.

On Sunday, December 8, 2025 violinist Diana Cohen, current concertmaster of the Calgary Philharmonic and former concertmaster of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, along with virtuoso pianist Roman Rabinovich join CMC violist Ben Weiss and cellist Timothy O’Malley for Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio in D Major and Mozart’s Piano Quartet in E flat Major at South Carolina Society Hall.

Flutist Demarre McGill and guest violinist Francisco Fullana join musicians of CMC for Brandenburg’s Concerto No. 4 and Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D Major on March 9, 2025 at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church.

Pianist Andrew Armstrong, violinists Stella Chen and Geneva Lewis, violist Matthew Lipman, and cellist Ani Aznavoorian peform Korngold’s virtuosic and exuberant Piano Quintet on March 23, 2025 at the Dock Street Theatre.

On April 4, 2025 musicians of CMC perform Mel Bonis’ “Scènes de la forêt” for Flute, Horn, and Piano Alongside Johannes Brahms’ glorious Trio for Violin, Horn, and Piano in E flat Major at the West Ashley Theater Center.

The House Concert performances feature a variety of duos and trios, from Dvorak’s Trio in C Major for two violins and viola and Beethoven’s “Ghost” Piano Trio to Francaix Trio for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano and HT Burleigh’s “Southland Sketches” for violin and piano.

Subscription benefits are available for those who purchase tickets to 3 or more concerts, with 3-concert subscriptions beginning as low as $60. Student, Senior, and Group discounts are available.

For tickets and the complete schedule of performances, please visit Experience the magic of chamber music with Chamber Music Charleston – where every note tells a story, and every performance is a journey of discovery.

Nexton Announces 3,000 Home Sales

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. – Today, Nexton, the most innovative and walkable community in South Carolina, announced the sale of its 3,000th home since starting sales in 2014.

Named the 2023 Residential Master-Planned Community of the Year by the Southeast Building Conference, Nexton has established itself as a live-work-play destination that features dining, shopping, services and hospitality. As part of the solution to growth in the region, Nexton has delivered over 500,000 square feet of office space, attracting thousands of jobs, all in a walkable and bikeable environment adjacent to I-26.

“As we reflect on Nexton’s 3,000th home sale, we remain committed to our vision of a vibrant community,” says Brent Gibadlo, Senior Vice President for Brookfield Properties. “With a thoughtful approach to design, a diverse mix of uses and commitment to innovation, Nexton is constantly evolving and striving to set the standard for master-planned communities.”

Nexton is a lifestyle-driven destination that offers conveniences such as state-of-the-art schools, grocery stores, modern infrastructure, 20 miles of trails and 2,000 acres of green space, all with programming designed to bring these spaces to life. The community continues to attract local buyers, relocating families and retirees, giving tremendous diversity to the resident base. Additionally, high-quality apartment communities offer the renter-by-choice a wide array of options, who often choose to buy homes and stay in the community once settled. Since its inception, Nexton has prioritized creating a thoughtful and neighborly environment.

Nexton’s four unique neighborhoods feature local and national builders and include a diverse array of homes including villas, townhomes, cottages and single-family homes, with home prices ranging from $300,000 to over $1 million with an average home price of $500,000.

Within 15 miles of the area’s major employers including Volvo, Boeing and newcomer Redwood Materials, Nexton provides a seamless relocation experience for individuals relocating to the area for work, providing the ability to quickly assimilate into the Charleston area while living and working within a quick commute.

For more information on Nexton, visit For home information, visit