Developments coming to Charleston in 2023

Take a look at these new projects around town.

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We’re looking forward to the memorial garden.

Photo by @charlestonpedestrian

Grab some ribbon and a giant pair of scissors. The new year is bringing new developments to the Holy City. We rounded up a handful of projects that are expected to be completed in 2023.

  • TopGolf, 5000 Topgolf Way, North Charleston
    This golf and entertainment facility opens Friday, Jan. 20 near Tanger Outlets with 72 climate-controlled hitting bays, a nine-hole mini golf course, a full-service restaurant, and year-round programming.
  • Crush Yard, 3365 S. Morgans Point Rd., Mount Pleasant
    A 40,000-sqft pickleball club and restaurant is coming to the Lowcountry this winter featuring eight pickleball courts, an outdoor lounge and play area, dining spaces, and membership options.
  • International African American Museum, 14 Wharfside St.
    The museum will include an African Ancestors Memorial Garden and a Center for Family History where visitors can trace their genealogies. Visitors are expected to be welcomed in the first half of 2023.
  • Park Circle Reimagined, North Charleston
    The City of North Charleston is redeveloping Park Circles inner circle to include a theater, an inclusive playground and baseball field, a nature garden, walking trails, and open green space. Learn more.
  • Keith Summey North Charleston Library, 3503 Rivers Ave., North Charleston
    This 20,000-sqft library is expected to open this year and hold a grand opening ceremony. Expect meeting rooms, a learning lab and creative studio, a 100-person auditorium, and outdoor reading areas.

Heads up: This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive list. Is there another upcoming development you’re excited about? Tell us about it.

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