The Middleton Group is providing construction documents for a site with 16 modern townhouses in Summerville, South Carolina’s Nexton Development. The design will introduce over 40,000 square feet of new residential space.
741 Meeting Street is a new 30,000 SF commercial building located in the Upper Peninsula on Meeting Street at the western terminus of Williman Street. Designed in conjunction with Sottile and Sottile of Savannah, the goal of the design is to create a timeless, durable architectural expression with a transitional character that acknowledges both the..
Ten Mile is a 23,000 SF adaptive reuse project on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston. This former 1960s elementary school is being transformed into leasable office spaces ranging from 200 SF single executive offices to 12,000 SF suites. New entry canopies fuse the plain brick building with mid-century modern style. Gallery
This large complex on Morrison Drive will feature three structures, totaling over 108,000 SF, of retail, office, and parking space for the Upper Peninsula. The two-story office structure with third-floor setback along Morrison Drive is divided by a light-filled central core. Each floor features 16-foot ceilings and the setback provides private rooftop decks for office..
The Middleton Group revamped the exterior of this nine-suite business center in Summerville, SC to create a more modern and inviting look. All entry doors were replaced with glass, new architectural wood-slat entry features and sunshades above the windows were added, and a fresh new coat of paint was applied to create this much-needed face-lift...
Village Park is a new pocket residential neighborhood that consists of sixteen single and multi-family homes. Located in the heart of Mount Pleasant SC, the centrally planned neighborhood is nestled behind the Sea Island Shopping Center conveniently located between Coleman Blvd and Chuck Dawley Blvd. This centrally accessible location features 16 homes, designed by The..
The Lumberyard is a new 37,000 SF multi-tenant office building located in Charleston, SC. A one-story structure adapted from a 1950s era building supply warehouse, the design exposes the existing masonry and steel elements in its rawest form and injects wood accents to tie the new design concept back to the building’s history. A new..
Currently under construction, the 23,000 sf building consists of retail on the first floor and 3 floors of apartments above. A total of 15 apartments, each with a private balcony, are accessed from an internal corridor and a central elevator lobby.
This building is part of the Pacific Box & Crate development in Charleston’s Upper Peninsula district. The building was designed with future flexibility in mind. The two floors share common lobby, conference and break room spaces, but contain separate restroom facilities on each floor. This allows the building to be used independently or shared by..
Just a mile north of the charming historic district of Charleston, the area known as the Upper Peninsula is less dense, more industrial, and a little edgy. Pacific Box & Crate, one of the newest examples of the Upper Peninsula’s turnaround, illustrates this exciting growth potential. A $35 million multi-use development, Pacific Box & Crate..