Do bold, groundbreaking work. Eat lunch outside. Jog along the river or up to Hampton Park. Meet friends for drinks on the Harbour Club's 7th floor terrace, or take a sunset boat cruise from The Bristol Marina. Catch a game at The Joe. Breathe in the breeze off the river. This is life in WestEdge.
If King Street is Charleston's historic heir, then WestEdge is the city's rising queen. Building on the 30,000 people who frequent the Medical District daily, WestEdge is literally “rising” six feet above the existing terrain out of the flood plain and into a master-planned mix of world class buildings, streets, plazas and parks. The new development embodies a unique style and culture and is poised to become Charleston’s defining new urban destination.Live at WestEdge Work at WestEdge
A tidal river rising from the Wassamassaw and Great Cypress Swamps, the Ashley River is playground to sailors, anglers, rowers, and paddlers alike.
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.
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.