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Facilities & Rentals

For rental information or to set an on-site appointment, please contact Tory Bowers at 843-740-5854. An event contract, which includes detailed information on spaces and fees, is available for download at the bottom of this page.

OLDE VILLAGE COMMUNITY BUILDING  Driving Directions

This general-use facility is located just around the corner from the Meeting Place at 4820 Jenkins Avenue. Formerly home to the Charleston Area Model Railroad Club, the building now hosts weekly film screenings by the Greater Park Circle Film Society. The one story concrete building features a large open room suitable for meetings, presentations, and small events. Free parking is available in the marked spaces lining Jenkins Avenue.

MIDLAND PARK ARTS CENTER

The Midland Park Arts Center is located in Building 200 at 2429 Midland Park Road, easily accessible via Rivers Avenue and Ashley Phosphate Road. The Cultural Arts Department hosts summer arts camps in the facility each year and the space is also used by cultural and community groups on an ongoing basis for regularly scheduled rehearsal and/or meeting space.
Six multi-purpose rooms and two small studio spaces are available for rent. There is ample parking in the front of the building. Individuals, guilds, civic groups, and public, private, or governmental agencies are welcome to rent one or more of the multi-purpose rooms in the facility on a one-time or ongoing basis for workshops/classes, meetings, etc. The studio spaces are reserved for local artists and are available at an affordable rate on a month-to-month basis. The artists have 24-hour access to the building and must use their space as a working studio and/or showroom.  FLOOR PLAN

 

QUARTERS K

Quarters K was built in 1937 as Charleston Naval Base housing for officer families.  Four identical homes were built near the bank of the Cooper River. The design of the living quarters mimics that of homes built near the Panama Canal during the early 20th Century.  The layout of the interior included 3 upstairs bedrooms and 2 baths, and a distinctive “T” shape living area through the center of the home with large windows completely throughout the entire house.

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