Apartment Features

Cornerstone Apartments come as one bedroom, two bedroom, and studios. All our residences feature spacious open kitchen and living area floorplans.

Among the features and design elements are:

  • Maple hardwood floors circa 1920 or Oak hardwood floors circa 1800’s
  • Carpet in bedrooms
  • Exposed brick
  • Cast iron columns
  • Antique steel windows
  • Granite countertops
  • Fine wood cabinetry
  • Frigidaire appliances
  • Dishwasher
  • Full size stacked washer/dryer in each unit
  • Tiled bath flooring
  • Elevator access
  • Secure, adjoining parking

Common amenities include:

  • Secure, direct access parking
  • Secure entry with tenant call box for guests
  • Keyless personal code apartment entry
  • Outdoor courtyard
  • Inside bike parking
  • Business center and conference room
  • Additional laundry center for larger items
  • Solar reflective blinds on windows
  • Commitment to our Environment

    Our commitment to the environment starts with the reuse and preservation of historic buildings. The National Trust for Historic Preservation recently released a study that shows what we have known all along—that reuse of an existing building is the more environmentally friendly building practice. And this is true even when a new building uses the most sustainable practices!

    Of course, one of the most important initiatives is one taken by the residents. By living in a building where you can walk or bike to work, play, shop, and worship, your carbon footprint is reduced!

    Our Green initiatives include:

    • Designated recycling on each floor
    • Solar reflective shades in every unit
    • Water-saving plumbing fixtures
  • New, energy efficient heating and air in individual units
  • Designated recycling for batteries and CFL’s
  • LED and CFL lighting in common areas
  • Parking, Pets, and Other Information

    Even though you might want to walk everywhere, Cornerstone offers parking in an adjacent garage that connects to the fourth floor. One bedroom and studio apartments may reserve one parking place, and two bedroom apartments may reserve two parking places at a preferred rate. Additional spaces may be available at market rate.

    We love pets, but do have some guidelines. Only one pet per unit is allowed. There is a one-time pet fee of $ 500. Please ask for our Pet Policy details.

    The application fee is $ 50 per person. It is non-refundable. Each person living in the unit must fill out an application.

    Occupancy is limited to only the named tenants on the Rental Agreement, with a maximum of two occupants per bedroom.

    The security deposit is one month’s rent. The first month’s rent and security deposit are due upon the signing of the Rental Agreement. The security deposit is refundable upon move out and satisfactory completion of the cleaning and repair requirements.

    Utilities: Cornerstone Management provides quarterly routine pest control, and complimentary HVAC filter replacement, approximately every other month.

    All other utilities are the responsibility of the tenant.


    Cornerstone Apartment Homes is surrounded by a multitude of restaurants, shops, museums, parks, and more.

    King Street has been named one of the Top Ten Shopping Destinations in the country, where you can shop from national companies like Anthropologie, Pottery Barn, and Victoria Secret, as well as boutique local stores such as Croghan’s Jewel Box, Finicky Fillly, and Worthwhile.


    • Affordables​
    • Anne’s​
    • Anthropologie​
    • Apple​
    • Ben Silver​
    • Berlins​
    • Bits of Lace​
    • Bob Ellis​
    • Charleston Cooks!​
    • Christian Michi​
    • Croghan’s Jewel Box​
    • CVS​
    • Dazzles​
    • Finicky Filly​
    • Forever 21​
    • Gap​
    • Grady Ervin ​
  • Half Moon Outfitters​
  • Harris Teeter​
  • Izod
  • J. Crew​
  • Jackson Davenport​
  • Le Creuset​
  • Loft​
  • Louis Vuitton​
  • Lucky Jeans​
  • Lululemon
  • Luna​
  • M. Dumas​
  • Michael Kors
  • Nancy’s​
  • Pottery Barn​
  • Rangoni Shoes​
  • Rite Aid​
  • RTW​
  • Sebago​
  • See​
  • Shoes on King​
  • Shops at Charleston Place​
  • Shops at the City Market​
  • Spa Adagio​
  • Stella Nova ​
  • Sunglass Hut​
  • Talbots​
  • Urban Outfitters​
  • Victoria Secret​
  • Warren on King​
  • William Sonoma​
  • Worthwhile​
  • Yves Delorme​

  • Eataries

    Listed here are the most popular restaurants within 15 minutes walking distance. Enjoy!

    • 167 Raw Bar
    • 82 Queen
    • A.W. Shuck’s Seafood
    • Anson
    • Baked
    • Beach
    • Blind Tiger Pub
    • Blossom
    • Burwell’s
    • Byrd Cookies
    • Caviar and Bananas
    • Charleston Grill
    • Circa 1886
    • CO
    • Cru Café
    • East Bay Deli
    • Eli’s Table
    • FIG
    • Fleet Landing
    • Fulton Five
    • Grill 225
    • Hank’s Seafood
    • Henry’s
    • High Cotton
    • Husk
    • Kaminsky’s
    • Kickin Chicken
    • Kitchen 208
    • La Farfalle
    • Leyla’s Lebanese
    • Magnolia’s
    • Market Street Sweets
    • McCrady’s
    • Oak Steakhouse
    • O-Ku
    • Olde Towne Grill
    • Pennisula Grill
    • Poogan’s Porch
    • Roof Top at Vendue
    • SNOB
    • Tatziki
    • Toast
    • Tommy Condon’s Irish Pub
    • The MacIntosh
    • The Watch
    • Verde

    Don’t forget some of the other exciting eateries that are a little further away on the peninsula, such as:

    • 492
    • Basil Thai
    • Butcher and Bee
    • Coast
    • Cannon Green
    • Five Loaves
  • Little Jack’s Cafe
  • Leon’s Oyster Bar
  • Halls Steak House
  • Hominy Grill
  • Rue du Jean
  • Smoke
  • Stars
  • The Grocery
  • The Ordinary
  • The Darling
  • Vincent Chicco’s
  • Xiao Bao Biscuit

  • Art, Antiques, Historic Sites, and Parks

    • Audubon Gallery​
    • Charleston City Hall​
    • Charleston Crafts​
    • Charleston Library Society​
    • Corrigan Gallery​
    • Dock Street Theatre​
    • Footlight Players​
    • Gaillard Municipal Auditorium​
    • George Birlant Antiques​
    • Gibbes Museum of Art​
    • Golden & Associates​
    • Gordon Wheeler Gallery​
    • Halsey Gallery at the College of Charleston​
    • Historic Charleston Foundation Shop​
    • John Gibson Antiques​
    • Lowcountry Artists
    • Marion Square​
    • Memminger Park​
    • Moore House Antiques​
    • Powder Magazine​
    • Preservation Society Shop
    • Silver Vault of Charleston​
    • South Carolina Historical Society​
    • Waterfront Park​
    • Slave Mart Museum​

    Churches and Synagogues

    • Circular Congregational Church​
    • Citadel Square Baptist Church​
    • Emanuel A.M. E. Church​
    • French Huguenot Church​
    • Grace Episcopal Church​
    • Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim​
    • St. John’s Lutheran Church​
    • St. Mary’s Catholic Church​
    • St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church​
    • St. Michael’s Church​
    • St. Philip’s Episcopal Church​
    • Unitarian Church​