Lowcountry Local First developed Local Works as a place for entrepreneurs to collaborate, co-create, and harness the energy and support of other local business owners so that all can thrive.

Local Works provides low-cost professional work space for local businesses in a creative and collaborative environment. This non-sector specific hub supports member businesses in need of a regular office environment and by aggregating businesses with varying specialties and focuses, Local Works creates a community ripe for partnerships. As interaction in the community grows, the likelihood of success for the businesses within it increases, creating a more powerful community to draw upon for assistance.


Centrally-located on the upper peninsula with ample parking, this space is ideal for those on the go or with a need for easy access.

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Request a free day pass to check out the space and decide if it’s a fit for your business needs:


View our members and take their word for it:

“It’s nice to have a dedicated, quiet space where I can focus on work. I’m able to accomplish a lot in little time. The people who are a part of Local Works are very considerate and mindful of the co-working space.”

“The location is great. I’ve had multiple clients tell me how much they appreciate not having to drive all the way to Mount Pleasant to meet with me.”

“I am new at the space, but I already feel excited about possible future business connections. I am also more productive when I am at the space, rather than sitting at home, which means I expect higher revenues and therefore more ability to support other local businesses.”

“I have developed a healthier work / home life balance by having the space. Working from the space has allowed me to make good friends with people who work at Local Works and next door at 1600 and also people who are connected to these buildings and businesses. It has made me feel more integrated and welcomed in to my life in Charleston which has increased my quality of life!”

Photo credit: Susan Lloyd Photography; Bottom photo by Charleston Activist Network

Jordan Amaker
Director of Marketing & Communications
Director of Marketing & Communications