Prominent North Charleston Olde Village corner being redeveloped

A prominent corner in North Charleston’s Olde Village is being redeveloped for a mix of tenants in the business district.

North Charleston-based Cityvolve LLC is constructing Marquis Station, a four-building complex at East Montague and Virginia avenues. The $2.8 million project sits on a half-acre site, formerly home to Beasley Mechanical Contractors, and takes its name from W.B. Marquis, the landscape architect who designed the nearby Park Circle neighborhood in the early 1910s.

All of the existing buildings will be reused and repurposed with several new additions, expanding the total footprint to 12,500 square feet, according to Cityvolve partner Jeff Baxter. They will open to the East Montague business district and feature a shared courtyard.

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