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Blue Acorn 2

The project design responds to the work culture of Blue Acorn with an open office concept and flexible work pods fostering a collaborative work environment. The project is an adaptive reuse of an industrial metal building warehouse into technology sector office space. The primary programmatic elements were to provide plentiful, controlled daylight to what was..

Pacific Box & Crate

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..

Lewis Barbecue

Texas inspired Lewis Barbecue is located in the up and coming Charleston neck area on Nassau Street. The Middleton Group partnered with interior designer Betsy Berry to create the overall look of the restaurant. The interiors are clean and modern with several nods to Texas, including an 8’ longhorn, horseshoe wall, and imported Oaxacan tile..

Half Mile North

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 expanded 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..

The Gadsden House

Built circa 1798 by Revolutionary War hero and continental congress delegate Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden House is a grand, Federal-style Charleston manor listed on the National Historic Register. The house was listed by both the Preservation Society of Charleston and the Historic Charleston Foundation as one of the top historic properties to save and restore...

26 Smith Street

A multi-residential renovation in the heart of downtown Charleston. Located near Colonial Lake and Broad Street, this historic Charleston home was divided into three condominiums, each with off-street parking, first floor storage, and large double piazzas. High end finishes were used throughout each of the 1500 SF units. Gallery