The Charleston Digital Corridor (CDC), a multi-faceted initiative focused on building and nurturing the region’s tech community, is pleased to announce that reservations for workspace leases at the new tech incubator in downtown Charleston are now being accepted. The 15,000 sq. ft. Flagship on the 2nd floor of the Charleston Tech Center (CTC) offers residents a limited number of flexible workspaces ranging from individual to team office configurations.
The Charleston Tech Center, a 92,000 square foot building of modern architecture was developed specifically to support the robust growth being experienced by tech companies in Charleston, SC. The CTC also positions Charleston to accommodate companies from around the US increasingly seeking to distribute their workforce in a post COVID-19 world. The privately led development of the CTC fulfills a vision many years in the making and includes partners at the local, state and federal government.
The Flagship represents the culmination of over a decade of experience by the Digital Corridor in developing workspaces specifically for the tech sector. Recognizing the evolving mindset of the tech worker, the Flagship offers coworking space reimagined with flexible leases for individuals and organizations with access to amenities including a covered roof top deck, a variety of eateries in close proximity, podcast/recording studio, private nap room and phone booths with state-of-the art medical grade ventilation. Additionally, there are multiple Wi-Fi enabled collaboration spaces inside and in the adjacent park.
“Our success continues to be driven through the provision of a unique set of resources sought by early-stage and growing companies. The development of the Flagship allows us to extend our support to a broader and more diverse group of tech companies in this new era of social-distancing and with a focus on employee safety. The CTC will serve as the anchor of the tech community in Charleston, offering a modern and convenient facility to host educational programming, professional training, special events, workshops and networking opportunities,” said Ernest Andrade, Director, Charleston Digital Corridor.
“We have a history of working on projects to benefit community. We were excited to partner with the Digital Corridor to develop the CTC, a project where our visions aligned perfectly. The CTC will be accretive to the local tech community for many years,” said John Hand, Managing Partner, Iron Bridge Capital Partners.
To learn more about the Flagship, take a tour or make an office reservation, contact Ernest Andrade or call 843.607.1264.