During the real estate boom, apartments were converted to condominiums and sold. Now, condo plans are switching to apartments. Two such developments involving a total of 240 apartments on Charleston’s upper Meeting Street could be under construction within months following action by city regulators this week.
Those apartments, both slated for properties that are now empty lots, could attract hundreds of new residents to a downtown commercial area aching for redevelopment.
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