Charleston Home + Design Show to be featured on Progressive Insurance TV commercials

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More than ten seminars were planned in the building

A seminar that includes advertising on Progressive Insurance’s TV commercials about youth home owners turning to their parents will be part of the upcoming Charleston Home + Design Show.

The three-day event is scheduled for February 3-5 at the Charleston Area Convention Center in North Charleston.

The seminar, titled “Lessons Homeowners Becoming Parents Need to Know,” will be hosted by Charleston Home + Design Magazine managing editor Paige Taylor, who previously worked at Second City Chicago and rubbed elbows with the many members are shown in the Progressive campaign. .

Charleston Home + Design Show on Feb. 3-5 at the Charleston Area Convention Center in North Charleston will feature several seminars on home projects. Patrick Brickman/Submitted

More than a dozen seminars will be available. On February 3, they will cover things like preparing an AirBnB for listing, renovating rescues, making house environmental improvement, capital budgeting, innovation from a personal perspective and moving forward.

On February 4, seminars will be offered about garden design, bathroom renovation, home design, renovation and interior design.

On February 5, participants will receive seminars that include advice from an architect, extending the life of siding and cladding, improving landscapes with special plants and using natural light to through light therapy.

Of the familyThe exhibition is free admission from 11 am-6 pm Feb. 3. Admission is $8 this weekend, with the exhibit operating from 10 am-6 pm Feb. 4 and 11 am-5 pm Feb. 5. Parking. be free.

On February 3, the top 10 awards for the best kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor living spaces will be offered from 6-9 p.m. Entry is $20. If the participants are homeowners and have construction or renovation projects, or builders and interior designers, the cost is free. the party.

The first 100 participants on Feb. 4-5 will receive a free Tervis Tumbler and lid.

Two participants will win $2,000 in lighting from Charleston Lighting & Interiors or a $2,000 purchase at Steven Shell Living. Winners will be chosen on Feb. 6. For more information, go to

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Atlantic Beach House

The grand opening of the 224-unit Atlantic Beach House Apartments is scheduled for January 27 on the former site of the Channel 4 television station off Ben Sawyer Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. Warren L. Wise/Staff

Raised to welcome grand opening for ‘midnight’ apartments in Mount Pleasant

Middle Street Partners will pull its new 224-unit Atlantic Beach House multi-family development on Ben Sawyer Boulevard eight years after facing opposition from the city and a late-night scene called “midnight murder” that prompted construction of work.

By numbers

1: Number of Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop restaurant opens in South Carolina after the Nashville-based company announced one in Charleston Jan. 13.

10,000: Square footage of a new restaurant and bar intended to attract the formerly North Park Grill in North Charleston

21,535: Square image of new REI outdoor store opens in February in Mount Pleasant.

This week in real estate

+ Change hands: A North Charleston neighborhood club now under new management.

+ Fixed condition: A government contracts has expanded its lease to a large office building in North Charleston.

+ Axed: Something new is planned axe-throwing site in the Charleston area no longer.

Downtown design project planned on new I-26 interchange in North Charleston

Palmetto Commerce Interchange

Construction of the Palmetto Commerce Interchange is scheduled to begin this summer. It will connect Weber Boulevard to the Englishide tract, where a new mixed-use commercial development is planned, and Interstate 26. Weber Boulevard will not extend into the residential neighborhood in the upper right corner. Rendering/Charleston County

Construction of the Palmetto Commerce Interchange is scheduled to begin this summer. It will connect Weber Boulevard to the Englishide story, which a new mixed business developmentIt is planned, along with Interstate 26. Weber Boulevard will not reach the residential area on the east side of I-26.

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