A thriving industrial city and growing hotspot for jobs and entertainment alike, North Charleston is a portal to ever-growing access to local, national and international experience through the travel with the Charleston International Airport, performance at the Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center, and shopping, dining and outdoor recreation at the Tanger Outlets and the newly renovated Naval Base now Riverfront Park.
The third largest city in the state of South Carolina, 108, 304 residents call North Charleston home. Shopping and dining make up a large portion of North Charleston's area commerce, along with multiple government contractors, aerospace giant Boeing and Joint Base Charleston (Joint Navy and Air Force Base).
Park Circle is the hub of North Charleston's restaurant scene. Fresh Farm to Table dining meshes with retro ambience for a truly unique eating experience. The North Charleston coliseum is home to the Carolina Stingrays Hockey team as well as host to music tours and Broadway plays that pass through town. Plenty of lodging is available through the dozens of hotels for visitors to the Holy City and for those looking to stay, the housing market is booming with new developments on seemingly every corner.
The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Center boasts beautiful biking trails and waterways for kayaking, boating and more. The North Charleston Cultural Arts Department brings festivals including music, dance and art showcases for community participation and so much more.
The ever-growing economy in North Charleston promises opportunity for all who come to this great city. The largest subset of Charleston, North Charleston employs residents in a diverse array of careers. From government jobs to higher education to the art scene and manufacturing jobs, niche careers to the booming tech community, North Charleston has a lot to offer. North Charleston schools cover two districts. Magnet schools, charter schools, schools of the art, private and public schools give parents an array of options to choose the best growing experience for their children.