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Capital Square and Method Co., are building a $61-million, apartment-hotel development in historic downtown Charleston, SC.

Capital Square Pairs with Method Co. on $61M Apartment-Hotel in Downtown Charleston

Glen Allen, VA-based Capital Square and Method Co., have started a $61-million, apartment-hotel development at 529 King Street in historic downtown Charleston, SC.

ROOST, designed by acclaimed Morris Adjmi Architects, will feature 52,700 square feet of space comprising a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment-hotel units, a rooftop lounge, and 27,700 square feet of rentable space. Method Co. will operate the property’s rooftop lounge.

According to Capital Square, the property will be Charleston’s first high-design, extended-stay hotel concept blending the comfort and practicality of an apartment with the amenities and design of a boutique hotel, creating a temporary living environment ideally suited for a long-term stay.

The ROOST apartment hotel is in the Upper King section of downtown Charleston, which is home to a concentration of luxury retail stores, restaurants and nightlife. The Upper King Street neighborhood also supports a burgeoning tech and start-up scene and represents a growth corridor.

Photo courtesy Morris Adjmi Architects


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