North Charleston is a suburban city with population of just over 91,000. This ranks as 3rd in city limit populations within the state, after Columbia and Charleston, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. Incorporated in June 1972, North Charleston had a population of 21,000 and an area of seven square miles. Since that time, the city has quadrupled its population and now encompasses more than 76.6 square miles. North Charleston offers a wealth of real estate opportunities and possibilities to a purchaser that is willing to look a little deeper. Not only are large development communities springing up to meet the demands of the market, but older neighborhoods are beginning to see an influx of buyers and renovation at an unprecedented rate. Houses in these revitalized neighborhoods can show a quality of construction often not found in today's newer homes, all in a colorful and vibrant atmosphere.
Points of interest include Hunnley Submarine, Northwood Mall, Trident Technical College, Trident Medical Center, Tanger Outlet Mall, Charleston International Airport, Charleston Air Force Base, Historic Downtown North Charleston, North Charleston convention Center, Wannamaker County Park, whirling Waters Water Park, and the North Charleston Coliseum.
Some local subdivisions are, but not limited to, Park Circle, Brentwood, Evanston Estates, Archdale, Covington Hills, Whitehall South, Colony North, and Dorchester Terrace.
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"Carolina Joe" Idleman