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New and coming-soon businesses to Charleston

As Charleston continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.


Take a look at the upcoming Keith Summey Library.

Renderings by @mpsarchitecture, provided by @chascolibrary

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🗓️ Coming soon

Every time we look around, it seems like something new is popping up in Charleston. Whether you’re looking for your next go-to brunch spot or a new public park to stretch your legs, we’re rounding up a few things coming soon to the Holy City.


Check out this rendering of the upcoming reimagined Park Circle.

Photo via the City of North Charleston


Keith Summey North Charleston Library, 3503 Rivers Ave., North Charleston | Opening 2023 | A 20,000-sqft library with meeting rooms, a learning lab and creative studio, a 100-person auditorium, and outdoor reading areas

Pine Trace Park, off Miles Jamison Road, Summerville | Opening TBD | A 300-acre park including two dog parks, a disc golf course, picnic shelters, a playground, and trails

Park Circle Reimagined, Park Circle, North Charleston | Opening fall 2023 | A theater, an inclusive playground and baseball field, a nature garden, walking trails, and open green space

James Island Emergency, 945 Folly Rd. | Opening summer 2023 | A 13,000-sqft, free-standing emergency room with 11 beds


Costa, 310 Broad St. | Opening summer 2023 | A coastal Italian restaurant and bar at The Jasper

Beautiful South, 128 Columbus St. | Opening summer 2023 | A restaurant inspired by the foods of Southern China from the team behind Kwei Fei

Spread Bagelry, 595 King St. and 1400 Shucker Circle | Opening summer 2023 | A Philadelphia-based bagel shop serving wood-fired, water-boiled bagels

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Grab your paddles and get ready for Crush Yard.

Redering Provided by Charlotte Berger PR


Crush Yard, 3365 S. Morgans Point Rd., Mount Pleasant | Opening spring 2023 | A 40,000-sqft space with indoor courts, a restaurant and bar, and an outdoor lounge

North Charleston Sports Complex, 1455 Monitor St., North Charleston | Opening TBD | A 25-meter competitive pool, five tennis courts, a roller rink, a multi-purpose field, and a gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and badminton

Urban Air Adventure Park, 7800 Rivers Ave., North Charleston | Opening TBD | A 40,000-sqft park with a wide selection of attractions including indoor trampolines

International African American Museum, 14 Wharfside St. | Opening summer 2023 | A museum honoring untold stories of the African American journey featuring a family history center and memorial garden


Lidl, locations vary | Opening 2023 | Two grocery stores coming to Cedar Grove Shopping Center in North Charleston and Bowman Place Shopping Center in Mount Pleasant

Publix, locations vary | Opening TBD | Three grocery stores coming to Moncks Corner, Nexton, and the Summers Corner area


The Assembly, near I-526 Corridor, North Charleston | Opening TBD | A mix of apartment floor plans and amenities including a pool, fitness center, yoga room, pet spa, co-working lounge, and game room

The Peninsula of Charleston, 609 King St. | Opening TBD | A proposed independent living facility featuring 140+ residences that will be open to ages 62 and older

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Take a look at The Peninsula of Charleston.

Rendering by LS3P and RAMSA


Morningside Middle School, 1999 Singley Ln., North Charleston | Opening TBD | A new campus with 48 classrooms, a media center, and an outdoor play area

Johns Island elementary school, off River Road | Opening TBD | A proposed two-story elementary school that would offer science, technology, engineering, arts, and math programs


Tractor Supply Co., Dorchester Road, Summerville | Opening TBD | A 22,000-sqft store with an outdoor display area and garden center

Moxy Charleston Downtown, 547 Meeting St. | Opening spring 2023 | A hotel with a complimentary cocktail at check-in, a rooftop fitness center, and an in-house podcast studio and performance stage

Urban Air Adventure Park, 7800 Rivers Ave., North Charleston | Opening TBD | A 40,000-sqft park with a wide selection of attractions including indoor trampolines

✅ Now open

If there’s one thing we love even more than looking ahead to the future, it’s enjoying the present at one of Charleston’s newest spots. Check out this list of the Holy City’s recently opened establishments.


The wait is over.

Photo by @chstoday


School of Rock, 1907 N. Hwy. 17, Mount Pleasant | Opened winter 2023 | All ages can sign up for music lessons to learn theory and techniques

REI Co-op, 1720 Shoremeade Rd., Mount Pleasant | Opened winter 2023 | Provides outdoor enthusiasts with gear and service for camping, hiking, biking, and paddling


Southbound, 72 Cannon St. | Opened winter 2023 | A restaurant with live-fire cooking in the Cannonborough/Elliotborough neighborhood

Sorelle, 88 Broad St. | Opened winter 2023 | An Italian restaurant, mercato, pizza counter, wine room, and bar rolled into one

Sommba Cocina & Cellar, 1710 Shoremeade Rd., Mount Pleasant | Opened winter 2023 | A restaurant with a wraparound bar and patio serving wines, cocktails, and coastal small plates

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Have you walked on the reconstructed pier yet?

Photo courtesy of Charleston County Parks


Folly Beach Pier, 101 E. Arctic Ave, Folly Beach | Opened winter 2022/2023 | A 1,049-ft pier with a diamond head platform, shade structures and benches, and a 65+ year lifespan

TopGolf, 5000 Topgolf Way, North Charleston | Opened winter 2023 | 70+ climate-controlled hitting bays, a nine-hole mini golf course, and a sports bar and restaurant


Ashley River Park, 200 Renken Rd., Summerville | Opened winter 2022 | A park with a splash pad, playground, fishing lake, and walking trails

Central Creek Park, 47 Old Moncks Corner Rd. | Opened fall 2022 | Berkeley County’s first all-inclusive park features a playground, a pavilion, a splash pad, and courts for pickleball, volleyball, and basketball

Carr-Richardson Park, 1071 Bender St. | Opened winter 2023 | A ~2.9 acre-park in West Ashley with an indoor facility, walking trails, and a playground

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We love exploring Ashley River Park.

Image via SeamonWhiteside

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