The turn is here: vibrant commercial real estate development abounds in Downtown Charleston

On Saturday, I started my day with an early spin class downtown. The only available street parking was more than a half a block down King Street past Wentworth Street, where I parked in front of the old Abercrombie & Fitch, which is now the new Anthropologie Store. To the left at Charleston Place, the new Kate Spade store will be opening soon. I walked King Street to Marion Square to the Farmers Market. The walkways between the vendor’s booths were full of shoppers of all ages. In the scheme of things, the Farmers Market is a small but an important part of the vibrant retail activity in Downtown Charleston. The Farmers Market brings all ages together creating a genuine sense of community.

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