Classic Charleston condos


A Lifestyle of Luxury at Factors Walk on Prioleau St. in historic Charleston, SC

The North Building

The views are spectacular of Charleston Harbor viewing Castle Pinckney and Fort Sumter – direct harbor views over the tree tops of the Waterfront Park to watch the sunrises. Factors Walk is currently comprised of two building. This North building consists of seven custom designed condominiums with brazilian cherry and heart pine wood floors, extensive tile and trim, and professional gourmet kitchens.  There are two elevators within the building with garage parking on the ground level.

Drive in electronic doors to the PRIVATE GARAGE located under this North Factor’s Walk building giving direct access to the backdoors of the South building of townhomes seen below, a real luxury in downtown historic Charleston.

The South Building

Built in 1860 (with renovation work down to the studs completed in 2005), three luxuriously outfitted Factor's Walk townhouses make up the old converted warehouse of the South building at 8 Prioleau. Built within the walls of the 19th century mercantile building once owned by George Alfred Trenholm, it is thought to be the inspiration for Rhett Butler. The Colonial Revival building stands in the heart of Charleston's historic waterfront district on the quiet end of Waterfront Park. Excellent design includes formal and casual living spaces, three fireplaces, large windows, and a superb kitchen that opens to a bricked courtyard garden and walkway leading directly to Waterfront Park. A fresh, modern interior with exposed brick, soaring ceilings, great detail in woodwork, and clever storage - ideal for a full-time or secondary house.



  1. BulletPrivate Gated Garage

  2. BulletMid Atlantic Wharf has private elevators

  3. BulletWater views

  4. BulletPark access

  5. BulletHistoric significance

Featuring Factors Walk Luxury Condominiums


5 Mid Atlantic Wharf is located directly across from the Waterfront Park backing to Prioleau Street where you will find the Mercantile Building to the South.