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Harbour Club opens in WestEdge with business focus

Staff Report //June 19, 2020//

Harbour Club opens in WestEdge with business focus

Staff Report //June 19, 2020//

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The Harbour Club has several featured design components, including an iron gate from Marseilles, France, that leads to the Ashleyƒ??s Gate restaurant. (Photo/Provided)

The Harbour Club opened the gates on its new location last week, moving from the club’s longtime location in the French Quarter to the seventh floor of 22 WestEdge, overlooking the Ashley River.

The WestEdge location provides 18,000 square feet of space, including a fully staffed commercial kitchen, event venues, a restaurant, a bar and other touches designed to attract business professionals looking for space to work or meet.

The Harbour Club's bar overlooks the terrace along the banks of the Ashley River and uses an indigo theme color scheme as a nod to the region's history with the plant. (Photo/Provided)The reimagined Harbour Club takes into account how people today want to work, said Jim Coyne, co-owner, general manager and partner at BNG Hospitality. This includes larger conference rooms, smaller, private workspaces and coworking space with food and beverage service — each with expansive views of Charleston’s peninsula and the Ashley River.

“The Harbour Club has always prided itself on being exclusive yet inclusive, and we are thrilled to open this stunning club to our members,” Coyne said in a statement. “This project has truly been a labor of love. We have worked very hard to create a place where members will feel comfortable coming every day; we hope they will consider their new club a home away from home.”