Post and Courier Readers Vote Nexton Best Community

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Nexton garners Charleston’s Choice Award in poll of city’s best-of-the-best.

The people of the Lowcountry have spoken, voting Nexton as Best Community in the Charleston’s Choice Awards sponsored by The Post and Courier.

Charleston’s Choice polled the Lowcountry on the best real estate, events, people, businesses and more. More than 300 organizations were nominated in the first-ever program. Winners were announced yesterday in a special publication in The Post and Courier.

Nexton has been awarded numerous accolades since opening its first residential neighborhood about one-and-a-half years ago, including Charleston’s Best Planned Urban Development by the Charleston Home Builders Association in 2015.

As the state’s first gigabit community, Nexton’s technological assets enable residents to plug in when they need, while miles of trails and unique parks on the grounds allow them to unplug as they wish.

Nexton’s 5,000 acres occupy a key location at the crossroads of I-26 and 17A, placing the community directly in the path of metro Charleston’s most energetic growth. Further enriching the community is Starbucks, which is under construction and opening this year, as well as the planned Palmetto Primary Care Physicians medical campus, Harris Teeter and Baker Automotive, all made easily accessible by the Sheep Island Interchange expected to open in 2018.

About Nexton

Nexton is new thinking in community design in Summerville, South Carolina, at the heart of metro Charleston’s most vibrant growth. It’s a fresh response to what people and businesses need today to be creative and successful. It’s where innovation is fueled by South Carolina’s first community-wide, gigabit broadband service. Where a commitment to education and healthy living offer long-term benefits to all. And where even the smallest details are intended to make everyday life simpler and more fulfilling. Learn more at Nexton.com.

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