Do you know, you can open Terminal from Xcode at the project's path with a custom keyboard shortcut? First, Create a new script file in your project root directory with following command -
#!/bin/sh open -a Terminal .
Now, open terminal and run
chmod +x Script.sh to make the file executable. Now go to Xcode's Preferences and select the Behaviors tab. Click on the + sign to add a new custom behavior, and on the right hand side, check Run and choose the script that was just created.
Click the ⌘ symbol next to the behavior script name to set the keyboard shortcut. I use
T for opening the Terminal. (Keyboard shortcut symbols -
⌘ = Command key,
⌃ = Control key,
⌥ = Option (alt) key,
⇧ = Shift key)
Here the demo video which cover all steps -