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#CHSPeople: Meet Lou Hammond

If you frequent the King and Broad Street area, you have likely encountered an impeccably dressed redhead walking a long-haired dachshund. She is Lou Hammond, an iconic phenom in downtown Charleston. Lou is Founder and Chairman of the Lou Hammond Group, a public relations agency founded in 1984 serving premium lifestyle audiences. With offices in New York,…

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Sights and Sounds of Broad Street: Oak Steakhouse

You’ll instantly feel welcomed when you enter Oak Steakhouse, a Broad Street neighborhood favorite. Named the best steakhouse in South Carolina by Food Network, it is only a walk away from your home at The Jasper.    In 2005, Chef Brett McKee and Andy O’Keefe started the restaurant out of an old bank building from 1848. The charming three…

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Live Large in The Jasper’s One Bedroom Flats

A one bedroom flat at The Jasper comes with Charleston’s finest location and amenities.  Not only does a one-bedroom floor plan offer modern finishes and features, imagine waking up to views of oak trees, the Ashley River, Colonial Lake park, or the historic Harleston Village Neighborhood. The Jasper’s one-bedrooms boast scenic views from oversized windows. Not to mention access…

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#JasperHero Jay Fletcher: The Artist Behind The Jasper’s Branding

The Jasper’s distinctive brand identity was designed by Charleston graphic designer Jay Fletcher. Jay is known well beyond Charleston for his compelling logo design and illustration. The Connecticut-native has been impacting Charleston brands since 2004, and his career has expanded internationally, working for brands like Apple, The New York Times, NFL, and Google.  Rather than submit several individual concepts for The…

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Sights and Sounds of Broad Street: The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is a destination for many visitors and Charleston locals who stroll down Broad Street. Recognized by its stunning tall steeple and intricate design, the brownstone church was designed by architect Patrick Keely in the English Gothic Revival style in 1907. Its history and elegance have made it a…

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Charleston Haunted Story: Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon

In the spirit of Halloween, we are sharing a paranormal legend rumored to haunt one of Broad Street’s historic buildings. For centuries, the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon has been infamous for sightings of the ghosts reported to haunt its hallways. Located on 122 Bay Street, the elegant Georgian building has what some locals describe as a burdened basement.   Guests have claimed to see glimpses of ghosts throughout the hallways of the building and have reported hearing the…

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#JasperWalks: A Stroll Through Colonial Lake’s History

Dive into the history of Charleston’s downtown pond with Charleston-native, Brian Simms, professional guide of Charleston Sole Walking Tours in this #JasperWalks video.   From the balconies of The Jasper, residents overlook Colonial Lake, a beautiful historic park central to the heart of the Charleston peninsula.   The manmade reservoir was originally called Rutledge Street Pond in…

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Korey Smith, Resident Technology Expert

Meet development associate Korey Smith, who is responsible for implementing The Jasper’s resident technology experience.   Korey joined The Beach Company in 2018 after working as an analyst in New York Related at its Hudson Yards development, a mixed-use real estate project described as the cultural center of Manhattan’s New West Side.   Korey’s background in implementing current technology equips him to lead the smart integrative services,…

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Safe Harbor Charleston City Marina Is Your Neighbor at The Jasper

Located just a short walk, bike, or drive from The Jasper is the Safe Harbor Charleston City Marina, which was named Marina Dock Age Magazine’s Marina of the Year in 2005. Safe Harbor Charleston City is known for hosting some of the world’s largest and most exquisite yachts at its renowned Mega Dock, which has wet and transient slips…

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The Anniversary of The Jasper’s 2018 Groundbreaking Celebration

On August 3, 2018, The Beach Company celebrated one of its most anticipated achievements of the decade when it broke ground on The Jasper.    “There is no other location on the peninsula – or possibly the Eastern Seaboard – like The Jasper site,” said John Darby, CEO of The Beach Company. “The Jasper’s combination of…

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Welcome Erin Taylor, Resident Account Specialist!

We are delighted to welcome Erin Taylor to the Jasper team.  Erin will curate services and partnerships to enhance life at The Jasper.  She will collaborate with our management team, onsite retailers, and local businesses to cultivate warm and welcoming experiences for all residents of The Jasper. Erin is looking forward to meeting you soon.…

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The Jasper Gin Fizz Cocktail

The Jasper Gin Fizz  While you enjoy a serene view of the city from The Jasper, take a sip of our signature cocktail and relax. Originally crafted for The Jasper’s 2018 groundbreaking, The Jasper Gin Fizz is a blend of Charleston Distilling Co.’s Jasper Gin with a refreshing mix of strawberry basil puree, simple syrup,…

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Welcome Amanda Slade, The Jasper’s Residential Community Manager

We are pleased to welcome Amanda Slade, The Jasper’s Residential Community Manager! Amanda brings 9 years of experience in luxury properties management to the team, and has been living in Charleston for 14 years. “I love the history of the Sergeant Jasper and am looking forward to being a part of its future. It’s great…

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Sergeant Jasper’s Iconic Star

If you’ve lived in Charleston long enough, you may remember the Sergeant Jasper star. The rooftop star lit up the Charleston skyline during the holidays and quickly became a local tradition as part of the Colonial Lake Christmas celebration.  Now, The Jasper carries on the retired star’s legacy. The star is found among the branding elements created by Charleston graphic designer, Jay Fletcher, and will soon reappear in the mosaic tiling of the rooftop pool. The Beach Company, which built the original Sergeant…

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Sergeant Jasper Hero Herman Clark

96-year-old Herman Clark was 26 when he helped build Sergeant Jasper as a structural steel worker in 1949. Originally from Virginia, Herman’s friend encouraged him to move to Charleston to help construct the landmark building. At that time, he was a World War II veteran who had already begun a career in construction after his…

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