The Big Picture


The Beach Company and its affiliated companies understand the power of both change and growth. With each business, we are dedicated to improvement and positively impacting the environment, team members, residents and communities. Read more about our efforts toward conserving, impacting, revitalizing and sustaining our impact on the environment and community in our inaugural 2022 Big Picture report.

The Jasper

Charleston, SC

TBC implemented energy-saving technology and improved neighborhood infrastructure to improve stormwater drainage management, as well as providing major gifts to Charleston Parks Conservancy to revitalize Colonial Lake Park and Moultrie Playground adjacent to our company headquarters at The Jasper. Partnering with Chicago-based Antunovich Associates, a design leader in historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects, The Jasper offers a seamless and secure experience through state-of-the-art technology and mechanical systems for access to buildings, amenities and collaborative spaces.

Kiawah River

Johns Island, SC

Kiawah River is home to Charleston’s first agrihood. An agrihood is a neighborhood that fosters farm-to-table living in a cooperative environment. Kiawah River Farm is a working farm partnership with local Johns Island farmers complete with goats, beef cattle, chickens, bees, produce and flower fields. We strive to preserve the sea islands’ traditions and history, including its agricultural past.

Residents of Kiawah River are eligible to participate in Kiawah River Farm’s Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) program. The CSA offers a subscription to receive weekly deliveries from the harvests of our community farmers.

Access to local food sources allows our residents to sustain local farming, support the local economy, and embrace a healthy lifestyle. From our dedicated farmers and herdsmen to our busy honeybees, we invite you to meet our hardworking team members who are bringing the Kiawah River Farm to life.


Canvas towers

Greenville, SC

TBC redeveloped a downtown 1970s-era office building, known as Canvas Towers and commissioned an international artist to create a significant work of art on the building. The mural’s theme is that of racial diversity commemorating a social justice leader in Greenville, SC, and honors the 50th anniversary of the city’s desegregation of schools.

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