About Park Circle, North Charleston
Park Circle is nestled just off of the I-526/I-26 junction, which makes traveling anywhere in the Tri-County area a breeze. With easy access to both of these major interstates, as well as North Rhett, travel time to the surrounding towns and destinations like Mount Pleasant, Daniel Island, Downtown Charleston, West Ashley, Hanahan, Boeing and the Charleston International Airport are a short 10-15 minute drive.
What really sets Park Circle apart from other communities, is having their very own downtown district. Salons, shops, various businesses, theatre, numerous annual festivals and parades, as well as, a deliciously diverse array of dining options. Oh, and a pretty happening nightlife too. Check us out day or night. There’s always something to do and great people to meet.
Great restaurants and eateries as well as the very best pizza this side of Naples, Evo Pizza. On the wall across the street is a montage for the HBO miniseries, Vice Principals. The North Charleston elementary school was a big part of the filming of the series. Our hometown hero, Bill Murray, has an opening scene of the show that is simply hysterical.
Park Circle is a community of doers! Fortunately, there are over thirty recreational activities available to keep you moving and grooving. If you’re athletic, we have a multitude of sports. If you like to shake it, we offer a variety of dance classes. If you like to stretch and sweat, yoga classes are held throughout the community. For the water lovers, we have an Olympic-sized, covered pool that is open year round. With these and so many more invigorating options, you are sure to find an activity that keeps you motivated and feeling alive!
Park Circle is the focus of the master plan for North Charleston, designed by W.B. Marquis in 1912. One of the first modern planned communities in South Carolina, this 1500 acre development was completed shortly before World War II and grew with wartime activity at the Charleston Naval Shipyard. Its four major avenues – Buist, Durant, Montague, and Rhett – radiate from within Park Circle and were named for the developers who acquired and planned the neighborhood. – The City of North Charleston and the North Charleston Heritage Corridor, 2002.
Park Circle is home to many new neighborhoods including The Village at Hyde Park, Mixson, Hunley Waters and new developments in the works.
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