Meeting Street Lofts


Kane Realty


Architecture, Interiors

Project Size

274 units
15,600 sf retail
8,000 sf amenities
436 parking spaces

Completion Date


Construction Type

Type III wood frame over 2-story podium


Sophisticated Southern Charm.

Charleston, SC

Meeting Street Lofts, nestled at the dynamic crossroads of Huger and Meeting streets in Charleston’s Upper Peninsula, rises as an inviting seven-story community. This urban oasis boasts 274 residential units elegantly arrayed over five floors, with two additional levels dedicated to integrated parking.

Subtly maximizing retail.

Additionally, it offers two levels of integrated parking, along with 15,600 square feet of ground-floor space designated for retail and commercial purposes. The retail storefronts feature sleek steel and glass exteriors, strategically positioned to maximize visibility and engagement, particularly at the notable corners of the building along Meeting and Huger streets.

Courtyard tranquility.

Within the community, residents have access to two private courtyards and two street-level entryway courtyards. These thoughtfully landscaped areas provide serene spaces for relaxation, socializing, and enjoying Charleston’s outdoors.

Welcoming amenities.

Visitors are welcomed by an inviting leasing and resident lobby located on the first floor as they enter the Lofts. This space also includes a mezzanine overhead, which can be utilized as a versatile co-working area.

Community fostering clubhouse.

Connected to the mezzanine is an impressive two-story clubhouse that offers a captivating view of the pool courtyard. Within the clubhouse, residents can relish the views of the Ravenel Bridge, entertain guests using the custom chef’s kitchen, engage in a game of billiards, or stay active in the 24/7 fitness facility.

Exteriors that embrace history.

The exterior design of Meeting Street Lofts incorporates a blend of architectural elements, such as brick veneer, stucco, and stucco cornices. These features contribute to the building’s aesthetic appeal and seamless integration into its surroundings. The landscaping is further enhanced by the addition of two prominent reclaimed water tank units, lending an artistic touch to the overall project.