King Street is in the midst of up to $1 billion in development. How did we get here and what’s next? | Features

[ad_1] In 1900, 418 King St. was home to at least four people, according to volume six of the Old Codger’s Charleston Address Book. The building also housed a lunch room run by D.W. Bradley, who is listed with a (c) next to his name, presumably denoting his race. The property would go on to …

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