WestEdge is a vibrant community of working & living places and shopping & dining destinations designed to inspire and enrich the minds and bodies of its people, so that they can, in turn, inspire and enrich others.
WestEdge is a 50-acre mixed-use research community connecting Charleston's thriving medical and research district with historic downtown designed to promote the vitality of both mind and body. Consistently named the "Best City in America" by Condé Nast Traveler readers and the "Best Place to Live" on the East Coast by Outside Magazine, Charleston and its communities like WestEdge continue to attract and inspire a growing community of innovators, entrepreneurs, and companies.
Publix Super Market selects WestEdge as Charleston Peninsula location:
Publix Press Release July 05, 2016
Located along the west edge of the Charleston peninsula and the banks of the Ashley River, WestEdge capitalizes on the area’s inherent natural beauty, recreational opportunities, award-winning research hospitals, schools, colleges and universities.View Map »
MUSC and Roper Hospital shape the city's medical hub; a thriving research and innovation-driven community strategically located within walking distance of WestEdge.
Renowned for its architecture, award-winning restaurants, arts scene, and culture, this three county region is home to more than 700,000 talented, passionate people and fast becoming a global destination for business and talent.
A tidal river rising from the Wassamassaw and Great Cypress Swamps, the Ashley River is playground to sailors, anglers, rowers, and paddlers alike.
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park is a 6,000 seat baseball stadium built in 1997 and home to Charleston's minor league baseball team, the Riverdogs. Named after Charleston's longest serving mayor, Joseph P. Riley, Jr., the stadium is referred to by locals as "The Joe."
Charleston's award-winning food culture thrives around WestEdge with an array of neighborhood eateries offering diverse and innovative menus.
Recreational opportunities abound at Brittlebank Park, Harmon Field, Hampton Park, neighborhood tennis courts, fishing pier, and city pool.