The Renaissance



The Renaissance on Charleston Harbor is a stunningly designed, two building condominium community located on a fifty acre Master Planned Development. This prime real estate overlooks the beautiful, historic city of Charleston and the Charleston Harbor. The harbor is among the most beautiful in the world, and is the fourth largest shipping port in America. Each eight-story, classic Southern-Styled building contains 50 residences for a total of 100 homes.

Each residence provides gorgeous views of the city and of the Harbor along with absolutely magnificent sunsets over the Cooper River and views of today’s longest cable-stayed bridge in North America; the Arthur J. Ravenel Bridge.

Renaissance condos

Renaissance condos

Each building has many distinguished areas available to all residents, which include a marble grand entry foyer, concierge desk, library, salon, massage therapy, The Grand Renaissance Club Room, caterer’s kitchen, cardiovascular theatre, guest suites, manicured terraced garden, harbor-side Italian Renaissance designed pool and the River Walk promenade. There are twelve high speed elevators, eight of which are semi-private and four are service elevators. The Renaissance has been meticulously designed and precisely crafted to satisfy the most discerning of tastes and lifestyles.

The 100 residences are presented within 10 floor plans including two and three bedroom configurations ranging in size from 2044 to over 4100 heated square feet. All units have many extraordinary features each unique to the style and preferences of their current owner. Some of those features include marble floors, hardwood flooring, spa baths, granite countertops, gas-log fireplaces, Sub-Zero, Thermador and Bosch appliances.

You are warmly invited to enjoy the exciting and unique lifestyle which is provided by the Renaissance on Charleston Harbor.


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