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The Fall Home Show returns August 27-29 in North Charleston

Freebies, three $ 2,000 home improvement grand prizes, and plenty of free advice from housing and construction professionals are available as the Charleston Fall Home Show returns to a new location this year.

Housed at the Charleston Area Convention Center on International Boulevard in North Charleston, the show offers seminars on home design and planning, one-on-one sessions with an interior designer or professional architect for a free consultation, or face-to-face conversations. face to face with Charleston Area Entrepreneurs. Dial 843-577-7652 to make an appointment with a professional.

The show begins August 27 with free admission from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and free parking. The hours on August 28 are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., while the hours on August 29 are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $ 7 per person but drops to $ 2 after 2 p.m. on both weekend days.

The first 200 families with paid admission on August 28 will receive a free Tervis tumbler with lid from the Tervis store in downtown Charleston. On August 29, the first 300 families with paid entry will receive a free $ 20 Lux Pro flashlight from Lowe’s and ABC News 4.

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The grand prize draw will include home improvement packages of $ 2,000 each. They include custom garage flooring from Carolina Flooring Specialists, a lighting and ceiling fan kit from Charleston Lighting & Interiors, and a pergola or room fence from Express Sunroom.

Masks are recommended but not required. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the show and housekeeping staff will wipe down frequent contact points.

For a full list of events, visit charlestonfallhomeshow.com.

Decline in sales of SC homes

Home sales fell in South Carolina in July compared to the same month a year ago, but that’s because transactions last July were so strong after the economy reopened after the lockdown in the spring of 2020 . Warren L. Wise / Staff

Sales of SC homes fell nearly 10% in July for the first time this year. Here’s why.

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Residential real estate transactions declined in all of the state’s major metropolitan areas in July compared to the same month last year, but that’s not because of waning interest in buying a home. In July 2020, sales skyrocketed following the reopening of the economy after spring containment when the coronavirus hit.

Charleston area home sales decline for first time in 14 months but remain healthy

By the numbers

3: Number of stores the Fleet Feet sportswear store will have in the Charleston area after it officially opens August 20-22 in Goose Creek.

25: Number of years that Japanese restaurant Ichiban has been in business in Mount Pleasant. It will close by the end of the month.

2,200: A few square meters of the new Pakistani canteen-style restaurant Malika which will open at the end of August at the Mount Pleasant Towne Center.

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This week in real estate

+ New brew: Goose Creek will have its first brewery this fall after several delays.

+ Next to Nexton: Several new stores are on their way to Nexton Square on the outskirts of Summerville.

+ Change hands: A recently completed apartment complex in North Charleston is now under new ownership after being sold for nearly $ 55 million.

Design of a 175-room hotel near Ashley River OK’d

Render of the 194 Cannon Aloft hotel

Design plans for 194 Cannon St. in Charleston include a 175-room Aloft hotel and an adjacent parking lot with shops on the ground floor. Render / LS3P

Design plans for a proposed 175-room, 11-story hotel for a prominent downtown location on Cannon Street were unanimously approved by the Charleston Architecture Council in mid-August, bringing the construction project. A rooftop lounge will be included in Aloft branded accommodation.

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To reach Warren L. Sage at 843-819-9269. Follow him on Twitter @warrenlancewise.



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