touchdown space

The Touchdown Space is a transitional, full-service co-working business environment located at the Flagship in historic Downtown Charleston. This professional office environment is designed to assist companies and individuals commencing operations in the Digital Corridor or considering relocation to Charleston, South Carolina.

This downtown Charleston office also fosters collaboration among Digital Corridor companies and relevant resources by serving as the venue for the Corridor's educational and networking events, while providing meeting space for local and visiting professional consultants.

Office and meeting space in the Digital Corridor's Touchdown Space is available to member companies on a daily/short-term basis and may be reserved on a fee basis for up to twelve months. This office space, with access to ample public parking, is located at the Flagship, 475-A East Bay Street, and also serves as the home of the Charleston Digital Corridor.

For further information about the Touchdown Space or to reserve space, please contact Ernest Andrade at 843.724-3773. For permanent space needs please view our property listings.


  • Convenient Charleston peninsular location at the corner of East Bay & Calhoun Streets
  • Fully furnished & wired offices designed for immediate use by startup and relocating businesses
  • Reception area staffed during business hours
  • Address located within the federal HUB Zone
  • Twenty-four (24) hour resident access to facility
  • No long-term lease commitments
  • Two conference rooms
  • Inbound and outbound mail/package handling
  • Available on- and off-site parking




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