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About N. Charleston / Goose Creek

After incorporation in 1972, North Charleston has grown to become the third-largest city in South Carolina.  Today its population has grown to nearly 110,000 people.

North Charleston, Goose Creek and Summerville are suburbs north of the City of Charleston and popular areas for people to live and work in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. 

The Goose Creek area which is generally to the right of Interstate 26 is known for its natural beauty, historic plantations, good schools and beautiful lakes and rivers.  The City of Goose Creek is the most densely populated city in Berkeley County with nearly 40,000 residents, yet it has the feel and charm of a small southern town.

Why choose N. Charleston / Goose Creek?

Culture - The North Charleston Coliseum is a 14,000-seat multi-purpose arena and is part of the North Charleston Convention Center Complex, which also includes a Performing Arts Center. It is the area's primary venue for concerts and other major indoor events including being the home for the Stingray's professional ice hockey team.

Come Fly With Me - The Charleston International Airport is a joint civil-military airport located in North Charleston. It is South Carolina's largest and busiest airport. In 2015 the airport served over 3.4 million passengers. The airport is also home to Boeing that assembles the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

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