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Gothic-style windows are a selling point for pricey condos coming to Charleston | Real Estate

Work has begun to transform a historic downtown Charleston building’s upper floors into luxury residences with a seven-figure starting price.

Colorado-based developer East West Partners is redeveloping the iconic three-story structure at King and Wentworth streets into 12 top-end living quarters on the top two floors. The condominiums will be called 71 Wentworth and start at $2.4 million.

Construction won’t be completed until early 2022, but the developer is now offering units for sale.



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The circa-1872 building, with retail shops on the ground floor, is being renovated for the loft residences as well as undergoing a full exterior restoration to its original Tudor Gothic Revival-style appearance.



71 Wentworth rendering

A rendering shows what the building at the corner of King and Wentworth streets in downtown Charleston will look like after renovations. Provided/East West Partners


Central to its look are its arched windows that span 12 to 18 feet in height.

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