News and Events
Flats at Mixson Nominated For Charleston’s Best Apartment Complex
The newly opened Flats at Mixson has been nominated for Charleston’s Best Apartment Complex in City Paper’s annual “Best Of Charleston” competition!
BÁsico Named One Of The South’s Best Bars By Southern Living
Básico has joined the rankings of the South’s best bars as told by one of the leading experts, Southern Living.
Post and Courier – Mixson development moves forward in North Charleston
Post and Courier covers Mixson’s recent growth including the Flats at Mixson and the upcoming single family development.
“A sea of brightly painted new apartment buildings is popping up on both sides of a palm tree-lined stretch of Mixson Avenue in North Charleston. Nearby, some markings in the dirt outline spaces where dozens of townhomes and single-family homes are to be built later this year.”
Apres Ski New Year’s Eve In The Charleston Scene
A new event on the New Year’s Eve scene, Mixson Bath & Racquet Club was transformed into an Aspen ski lodge for the night. Enticing attendees with a chance of snow, Apres Ski party-goers were encouraged to dress in their finest ski lodge attire to complete the winter wonderland transformation. Sponsored by Cathead Vodka, New Belgium Brewing and The Flats at Mixson, the party included an open bar and food by neighborhood taqueria Basico. DJ Jaz provided the soundtrack for the evening while attendees took advantage of the ice luge and shot skis. See the full gallery here.
Post and Courier – Another Wave of Apartments for the Lowcountry
Post and Courier released an article highlighting the latest multifamily projects coming into the Charleston area. Click here to read what they had to say about the Flats at Mixson.
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Fine Garnish Jewelry
Heirloom Book Co
Ink Meets Paper
King of Pops
Old Growth Furniture
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The Flying Travelier
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Basico and Mixson Market Featured in Kate Spade’s City Guide for Charleston
North Charleston – Younger, edgier, in-the-know locals are loving the revitalized Park Circle. The adorable East Montague Avenue promises a blossoming creative district with emerging art, music, and inventive cuisine.
Charleston Scene Covers the Mixson Art Stroll
November 17, 2013 – Mixson Market, the Flats at Mixson and Basico co-hosted an Art Stroll on Saturday that featured a variety of up-and-coming Lowcountry artists. With artist Lisa Abernathy, Seth Corts, Jay Fletcher, Squire Fox, Olivia Rae James, David Springer and Jonathon Stout in attendance, attendees had the opportunity to view their work and mingle with them through the event. This outdoor event saw guests stroll through Mixson Market, Basico, the Flats at Mixson leasing office and the central courtyard as they sipped on wine, nibbled on hors d’oeuvres and enjoyed a live acousitc performacne by Erin Johns.
Shake Your Bones at Basico’s Day of the Dead Celebration
by Holy City Sinner •
Shake up your bones at Básico’s inaugural Day of the Dead Celebration on Friday, November 1st from 8 pm to 11 pm. The event will be sponsored by actor/comedian Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Head Vodka.
Attendees will be able to enjoy the following:
- Sugar skull face painting
- A tarot card reader
- A photo booth
- A raffle with prizes including haunted tours from Bulldog Tours and ghost chile-inspired specials from Básico.
- A DJ
Básico is located at 4399 McCarthy Street in the Mixson section of North Charleston. The event is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted for the preservation of the Magnolia Cemetery Receiving Tomb.
Basico Blog Post: Pescado A La Veracruzana
Read about one of our signature dishes: Pescado A La Veracruzana