My office is located at 171 Church Street, Suite 160, near the intersection of Market and Church Street in Downtown Charleston and directly across the street from Tommy Condon’s restaurant. A covered walkway connects my office (which is in a red three-story brick building) to the Cumberland Street Parking garage. From Cumberland Street, my office is located behind the garage.

I am happy to validate parking vouchers for my clients. Just present your voucher from the Charleston County Cumberland Street parking garage at your appointment and my staff or I will provide validation.

To get to my office from Meeting Street (heading from North Charleston or West Ashley), travel on Meeting Street towards downtown. One block past the Market (Market Street) is Cumberland Street. Turn left on Cumberland Street. The five-story Cumberland Street parking garage where I validate will be on your left.

To get to my office from East Bay Street (heading from East Cooper), travel on East Bay Street towards downtown. One block past the Market (Market Street) is Cumberland Street. Turn right on Cumberland Street. The five-story Cumberland Street parking garage where I validate will be 2 ½ blocks down on your right, just past the intersection of Church Street and Cumberland Street.

Map of Office Location
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