Park Circle Apartments

A prime location on East Montague Avenue puts you in the epicenter of North Charleston’s prime up and booming residential area. Your 1 mile away from park circle, less than a mile away from School of the Arts and Academic Magnet, a little over a mile away from North Charleston High School, less than a mile away from North Charleston City Hall and the brand new MUSC Childrens Health Center, and 2 miles away from Tanger Outlets Charleston and its surrounding businesses.

One of our defining features is Park Circle, a large garden community planned in the early 1900s by the North Charleston Lands Corp. and P.J. Berkmans Co. of Augusta, GA, one of the South’s first landscape architecture firms. As part of the City Beautiful movement, their street grid plan revolves around a central circular park about 300 feet in diameter. When the city of North Charleston incorporated in 1972, its boundaries mostly consisted of the Park Circle area. We have since grown to cover nearly 77 square miles.
Charleston’s Downtown, 4 to 5 square miles in area, continues to attract a diverse array of visitors from throughout America and the world. Demand for housing, priced among the highest in the Lowcountry because of its limited availability, continues to increase for all the right reasons. Living in Downtown Charleston has remarkable appeal to people of all ages.
Park Circle and the Olde Village District along and near East Montague Avenue are packed with a wide variety of dining options, all of which are locally owned. You’ll find intimate settings in each restaurant; each with its own charm. Most restaurants offer sidewalk dining, and since our weather is so nice, you can eat outside much of the year.
Emporiums filled with antiques. Chic boutiques that highlight up-and-coming designers. Tradition-steeped, handcrafted items. Delicious artisanal products. Save room in your luggage for souvenirs! One-of-a-kind pieces come from special places, including Open DoorTiger Lily FloristCandy Shop VintageAffordabike Bicycle ShopBeads on CannonIndigo & CottonLulu BurgessBlue Bicycle BooksHampden Clothing, Croghan’s Jewel BoxJordan LashM. Dumas & Sons, CandlefishThe Shops at Belmond Charleston PlaceIBU MovementCharleston City Market, and The Boutique.
Charleston, the official seat of the county that bears its name, is the oldest and second most populated city in South Carolina. Many of its proud 135,000 residents like to explain that it is located where “where the Cooper and Ashley Rivers come together to form the Atlantic Ocean.” Charleston is recognized throughout the world for its charm that directly results from preserved history, its natural beauty, its friendly and welcoming people, its awe-inspiring restaurants and more.