Charleston Digital Corridor’s Flagship-Bridge OpensCharleston Digital Corridor
New Location Plays Host To 20 Tech Companies
The Charleston Digital Corridor (CDC) is pleased to announce that the Flagship-Bridge (FB) tech-focused business incubator has opened for business and is housing 20 tech companies. The development of the FB in downtown Charleston, at 385 Meeting Street, was necessitated due to the redevelopment of the property that formerly housed the Flagship and Flagship2.
The Flagship-Bridge office is approximately 14,000 square feet on a single floor and contains 22 offices of various size configurations, two conference rooms for use by resident companies and tech businesses in the community, and a sprinkling of open areas for co-working and team collaboration.
Some of the new business services now being offered by the Charleston Digital Corridor at the Flagship-Bridge include monthly co-working memberships, virtual offices and mail handling services exclusively for tech companies.
"The completely new up-fit at the Flagship-Bridge is a blessing in disguise. It has allowed us to consolidate our operation into a single facility, accommodate the growth of some of our resident companies, bring our updated design sensibilities to fruition and audition tech services that could be deployed at the Charleston Technology Center," said Charleston Digital Corridor Director, Ernest Andrade.
"The updated facility and office proximity to restaurants and shopping on King Street, combined with the gigabit data speeds and brain trust in the building make our relocation to the Flagship-Bridge a huge win," said Bobby Schuchert. "We love it"