A 300 acre complex housing retailers, restaurants, hotels, offices, a supermarket, and a movie theater. If it is all built as planned it will be about three times the size of Centre Pointe outlet center near the North Charleston Coliseum.
It could be a gamble, given the current state of the economy, but of course, that won’t last for ever. What is in question is, even when the economy is racing ahead once more, does Charleston really need any more stores?
What would perhaps be more useful are more stores that are easily accessible to those without a car, and who don’t live on a bus route.
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The good news? More and more people are turning back to tap water, which for the most part – besides being thousands times less expensive – is more wholesome. Bacteria levels measured in all brands of bottled water were consistently higher, and bacteria in bottled water multiplies during its time on warm supermarket shelves.
Many top hotels in the US, now only provide water from the tap.
In San Francisco a “tasty tap” campaign has recently been started.