North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey and City Council will cut the ribbon on the Noisette Creek Pedestrian Bridge on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 at 5:30pm, located here. The public is encouraged to attend.
Expanding the greenspace and passive recreational areas of Riverfront Park, the Noisette Creek Pedestrian Bridge connects the existing park to the north side of Noisette Creek as part of the overall vision for the community development of the north end of the former Navy Base.
Mayor Summey stated, “This iconic bridge is a focal point for the area’s future and will greatly expand public access to the waterfront of the Cooper River. Connecting each side of Noisette Creek, it is the city’s goal to transform this industrial, underutilized portion of the former navy base into a bustling mixed-use development for the citizens of North Charleston, one to make future generations proud.”
Architectural Digest recently recognized the Noisette Pedestrian Bridge as of the 11 Most Beautiful Elevated Walkways Through Nature. The 800-linear foot curvilinear bridge, with two 55-foot-tall distinctive steel arches spanning 230 feet, features an event venue space over the creek, including seat walls and landscaping.
Additional remarks from Mayor Keith Summey
Videos from the past year as the bridge was constructed, here.