South Carolina Condos Nearing Completion

East West Partners is developing the property, which it says is the first new-construction high-end condo project in greater Charleston, S.C. since before the recession.

ownersretreatMount Pleasant, S.C.—Following a sales hiatus during a period of heavy construction, Tides IV condos are back on the market, as work on the project enters its final stages. East West Partners is developing the property, which it says is the first new-construction high-end condo project in greater Charleston, S.C., since before the recession.

Twenty-seven of the 54 units at Tides IV are sold or under contract, for an average sales price of $915,000. Residences range from 1,050 square feet to 3,100 square feet and feature one-, two- and three-bedroom units, with penthouse options also available.

Common amenities include an “owners’ retreat,” fitness center and marsh-front swimming pool. Residences will come equipped with large balconies and marsh views, 9’6” ceilings, semi-private elevator access, and reclaimed heart-pine floors.

“Buyers have particularly interested in being close to downtown, local beaches and all that Mount Pleasant has to offer,” said Miller Harper, partner-in-charge in South Carolina for East West Partners. “The construction timeline has proceeded according to plan and we’re in a strong position as we re-enter the market.”

Miller cites access to the Ravenel Bridge as an important consideration for buyers. The eight-lane bridge, which connects suburban Mount Pleasant with downtown Charleston, is a relatively new one; it was opened in 2005 to replace two smaller, obsolete bridges.