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Charleston area getting all kinds of Accolades

Charleston area getting all kinds of Accolades

By on Oct 14, 2011 in Best of Charleston, Charleston Restaurants, Creaturo & Associates Relocation Team | 0 comments

Recently the Charleston area has received many awards and recognition. Yeterday it was announced that Mount Pleasant and Hanahan are the grand winners of South Carolina’s safest communities awards by the Foundation for Traffic Safety of AAA Carolinas.  This year Charleston dethroned San Francisco as the best city in the US  according to Conde Nast Traveler Magazine. And as I posted earlier Husk Restaurant was named Bon Appétit magazine’s September 2011 issue best new restaurant. So if your looking for a wonderful city to call home on the east coast,  look no further. Dreaming about perfect weather? We have that too.  You really need to consider a visit to Charleston South Carolina and anytime of the year is perfect.  We have art, excellent restaurants, shopping and several farmers markets, golf, boating, fishing, history, and the beaches. All we need now is...

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Husk is Number 1 Best New Restaurant

Husk is Number 1 Best New Restaurant

By on Sep 16, 2011 in Best of Charleston, Charleston Restaurants | 0 comments

Not even a year old, Husk restaurant is receiving accolades throughout the foodie world.  I love food so Husk will for sure be on my next date night list.  And for a little restaurant to receive so much attention it’s got to be pretty good. According to the latest article in Bon Appetit, the Chef,  Sean Brock ” isn’t reinventing Southern food or attempting to create some citified version of it. He’s trying to re-create the food his grandma knew—albeit with the skill and resources of a modern chef.” Can not wait to give it a...

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Charleston Bit the Big Apple

Charleston Bit the Big Apple

By on Oct 16, 2008 in Best of Charleston | 0 comments

By Creaturo & Associates of Century 21 Properties Plus in Charleston SC Charleston finally beat New York City as Condé Nast Traveler readers 2008 Readers’ Choice Survey best city to visit. The complete results will appear in the November issue that comes out October 21. South Carolina is also home this year to the number 2 island in North America – Kiawah. Kiawah is home to the Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, which came it as the number 3 Mainland U.S. Resort. The Inn at Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton also ranked in the Top 10 Mainland U.S. Resorts, coming in at Number 8. http://www.concierge.com/cntraveler/articles/500074 Select results from the 2008 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards include: Top Cities- United States:1. San Francisco2. Charleston, SC3. New York City4. Santa Fe5. Chicago6. Carmel7. Honolulu8. Savannah9. San Diego10. Sedona Top Hotels- United States:1. The Peninsula, Chicago2. Elizabeth Pointe Lodge, Amelia Island3. Stephanie Inn, Cannon Beach Top Islands- North America:1. Vancouver Island2. Kiawah, SC3. Nantucket, MA Top Resorts- Mainland U.S.:1. Kenwood Inn & Spa, Sonoma2. Inn at Thorn Hill & Spa, Jackson, NH3. Sanctuary at Kiawah...

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Isles of Palms voted cleanest beach

Isles of Palms voted cleanest beach

By on Oct 3, 2008 in Best of Charleston | 0 comments

By Creaturo & Associates I can give you a good reason to make Isle of Palms your new beach home. Recently, Isle of Palms was voted the Cleanest Beach in South Carolina. In fact Isle Of Palms was the only South Carolina Beach on the list. The Clean Beaches Council complies a list of Beaches that are clean. The council uses it’s high standards to review water quality, habitat conservation, and erosion management. View all Isle Of Palms Properties available on...

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The Charleston Market is getting a makeover

The Charleston Market is getting a makeover

By on Sep 23, 2008 in Best of Charleston | 0 comments

By: Creaturo & Associates of Century 21 Properties Plus Inc.Charleston’s historic Market is getting a face lift and the cost will be 100K. On October 1, 2008 a new management company, City Market Preservation Trust will be taking over the Charleston market. Tourist and merchants will notice a change in the market immediately with the sprucing up project. The Market will be steam cleaned, painted and refreshed. Also by 2012, the markets flooding issues should be taken care of.Another proposed project is the expand the market to block of Market Street between East Bay and Concord streets. This area is currently a metered parking lot. The new management company wants to make the market a venue for parties, weddings and events. The management group wants to do everything they can to help Charleston’s historic market live up to it’s potential in revenue. Current gross revenue is about 1.5 million.The market is a must see place to go when visiting Charleston, SC. The land was given to the city by a wealthy family over 220 years ago to be used as a market. The market has survived, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes and fires. The market sold meat and fish market and for sanitation purposes the three buildings behind Market Hall, which sold fruits and vegetables with other produce brought direct from island plantations were set apart. Now sweet grass basket weavers can be seen in every building, along with, local artists, jewelry, tapestry, souvenirs, church dolls,afghans, rugs, rice, beans and sauces, local candies and cookies and much more.SEARCH CHARLESTON HISTORIC...

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