Perfect for a luxury boutique. Posh ground floor retail space, located in the only retail pocket in the swanky South of Broad neighborhood. The shop has a bold street presence with handsome display windows fronting two streets. The main storefront facade has 36 linear feet facing Church Street. The shop has high ceilings and abundant natural light. In addition to the 1,296 square feet, the space offers a full basement useful for inventory and display storage.
The tenant has the ability to host store events in the charming courtyard, which can be accessed from the shop or from Church Street.
The upscale neighboring restaurants, stores and historic sites include Goat Sheep Cow, The Helena Fox Gallery, The George Gallery, The Heyward-Washington House, circa 1772, Saint Phillips Church, circa 1835, Saint Michael's Church, circa 1751, First Baptist Church, circa 1820, Cat Fish Row, circa 1783, DuBose Heyward's inspiration for Cabbage Row in Porgy and Bess, the Dock Street Theater, the first building in America built to be used exclusively for theatrical performances, and the acclaimed Oak Steakhouse.
This part of Church Street is known for its large concentration of Pre-Revolutionary period properties. These grand properties are considered some of America's most important architectural treasures. For that reason, this location is on the main route for numerous daily historic preservation walking tours, which provides an abundance of foot traffic.