Welcome to Bridge Road!
This charming neighborhood commercial district boasts The Bridge Road Shops ~ some of Charleston’s most unique businesses. Experience world class dining, shop for your favorite designer clothes, decorate your home with the warmth of one-of-a kind accessories, and experience local and regional art. We are conveniently located in South Hills, just over the South Side Bridge from downtown Charleston. Come up the hill and experience what Bridge Road has to offer!
The Bridge Road Neighborhood Association was formed to plan, promote and coordinate the revitalization of this important Charleston commercial district. With nearly 200 employees working on Bridge Road, this area is an important economic engine for the City of Charleston. Over the past four years, the Association has worked diligently to implement the area’s master plan.
New landscaping, lighting, and sidewalks have been added as well as additional parking to serve the ever growing base of businesses. As a community nonprofit organization, the BRNA welcomes your input and assistance. For additional information or to make a financial contribution, please contact us at BRNA, PO Box 1925, Charleston, WV 25327 or email us at email@example.com
Facebook Member? So are we – look for our Bridge Road Neighborhood Association group page and join – email messages also sent through our group page!
Next Big Event! BRIDGEFEST — Tuesday, July 1st, 6:00-9:30 p.m. Check out the events page for a list of our sponsors - information updated from now until the big event so check back soon!
The City of Charleston is launching a new imaginative and creative visioning and planning process that seeks to get unprecedented input from people in Charleston in developing new official plans for the City’s future. “Imagine Charleston: Your dream. Our future“ is designed to maximize citizen input about the future of Charleston in terms of buildings, potential projects, the nature of neighborhoods, transportation, attractions and more. Presentation of the comprehensive plan will be Thursday, June 13 at 4pm at Emmanual Baptist Church on Charleston’s West Side.