Connected by wide avenues of residences, offices, research and lab space, storefronts, and restaurants, WestEdge boasts some of the Charleston Peninusula's best waterfront views.
Great weather, miles of pristine beaches and waterways, a thriving arts and food scene, and warm, friendly people are just a few of the reasons why Charleston continues to garner awards and welcome thousands of newcomers each year - from across the country and around the world.
WestEdge is nestled along the Ashley River in downtown Charleston between Lockwood Boulevard, Hagood Avenue, and Spring Street. As a research community where neighbors live, learn, and earn, WestEdge is the perfect match for those who want to live in a natural, innovative extension of one of the country's greatest cities.Download WestEdge Connectivity Map
Charleston is home to five beautifully distinct beach towns, each with its own personal character and flavor. From eclectic surfing communities to wide beaches made for paddleboarding, kayaking, or relaxing, you'll find the beach that's perfect for you.
Renown 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.
Home to a growing community of award-winning chefs, Charleston is a foodie's dream. From farm-fresh locally grown produce and just-caught seafood to craft breweries and homegrown distilleries, delicious is always on the menu here.
Charleston is a city where history lives - on cobblestone streets, in antebellum architecture and centuries-old churches, in the gas lanterns that bathe the city in their magical glow.
Nestled along the banks of the Ashley River, WestEdge offers some of the city's best views of the water. The nearby Charleston City Marina offers its own stunning views of Charleston Harbor. The truth is, on the peninsula, amazing water views are never far away.
WestEdge is just steps from Brittlebank Park, and the Charleston region is home to more than 160 parks and recreational areas - encompassing more than 8,000 acres, with a total of 400,000 acres of beautiful, protected lands - made for exploring and enjoying.