18 Broad Street
Charleston, SC 29401
PARKING = Gated & Deeded - 1-2-3 behind the building - stacked in some cases
TOTAL# CONDOS = 7 with 3 bedroom condos on the top floor, 4 stories of condos in this 8 story building -
AMENITIES = water and gas are included in the Regime Fee. There is a security coded elevator and security 24/7 cameras. The lobby is locked 6pm – 6am Monday – Friday, and on weekends when one uses fobs & codes. No other amenities other than just being located on Broad Street in the center of the action.
VIEWS= some of the best in Charleston for panoramic viewing over the rooftops, water & city
A little bit of ‘Yankee’ in this prestigious southern structure: two white marble leopard sit at the main entrance, carved from Italian marble by an 18th C. Artist, these leopards were brought to Charleston from an estate near Boston. This was the first “skyscraper in Charleston and designed by a Swedish architect, Victor Frohling of Thompson & Frohling, of New York[1. The Bank of the State of South Carolina's building at 18 Broad St., Charleston, South Carolina was demolished in 1909 and the People's Office Building was created and opened in April 1911. The first two floors of the building are faced with Winnsboro granite, while the upper floors are faced with buff-colored brick and terra cotta. The eight-story building is constructed of concrete and steel. Now condominiums, these homes are rich with abundant space and panoramic views. One of the most expensive condos in Charleston is housed here on two floors - a 3 bedroom 8,363 sq. feet of interior space with 50 arched windows as well as an amazing 3,169 sq. ft. private roof top terrace with 3 gated parking spaces. Exterior easement on building held by Historic Charleston Foundation.
Manager: David Reese, CMCA