Half Mile North

Client
Raven Cliff Company
Year
2015
Status
Completed
Scale
4 Buildings

Nearby the Charleston Innovation District is a new mixed-use development: Half Mile North, where in 2014 tech company Blue Acorn moved into a 12,000-square-foot former warehouse and announced an expansion into an additional 8,000-square-foot building to accommodate its rapid employee growth. The mixed-use development aims to play headquarters to “Silicon Harbor,” offering parking, bike lanes, bus routes and nearby amenities. Renovations have already begun to repurpose warehouses and small buildings, slated for mid-2016 completion.

 

 

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Blue Acorn

Blue Acorn is a premium eCommerce agency dedicated to helping retailers and brands achieve revenue growth through data-driven design, development and optimization. Founded in 2008, Blue Acorn is a Demandware LINK Solution Partner and a Magento Gold Solution Partner. Committed to making data-driven decisions, the company maintains certified partnerships with Google Analytics, Monetate and Optimizely. Blue Acorn delivers innovative eCommerce solutions to clients such as Rebecca Minkoff, Everlast, Ticketmaster and Le Creuset from its office in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Blue Acorn expansion

Currently under construction across the street from Blue Acorn, this renovated building will provide Blue Acorn with 12,000 additional square feet of expansion.  A re-purposed warehouse, the original structure and foundation were used to create new office space.

SIB Consulting

SIB Development & Consulting, Inc. is a privately owned business consulting firm specializing in expense auditing and fixed cost reduction for public and private enterprises in a variety of industries. SIB was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina. SIB stands for “Solutions Integrated Business.”

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Radiate Technologies

Radiate Technologies is an IT Support and Computer Services company based in Charleston, SC. They provide services across South Carolina.