More millennials (25-34) are moving to Charlotte than anywhere else east of the Mississippi. This remarkable fact perfectly encapsulates Charlotte’s rapid growth as a job market and population center. This growth, paired with a newly extended light rail, has fueled a booming housing market, with opportunity to serve longtime residents and new transplants alike.
Taking Paris’ urban form and Copenhagen’s aesthetic as inspiration, the residential units are tucked between leafy courtyards and brick-lined alleys that will be activated by a mix of uses. Crafted with thoughtful amenities and a mix of retail and open spaces, residents will inhabit a refreshingly modern living experience. The development spans two buildings co-developed with Swinerton.
A boutique apartment building crafted for urbanites who want to participate in their neighborhood. Residents can walk to an array of convenient amenities or cross the street to ride the light rail. With thoughtful design inside and out, tech-forward conveniences, and a sustainability-driven ethos, renters will enjoy a more refined living experience.
A mixed use development that will expand the neighborhood retail node and offer residents a delightfully urban experience. The building includes courtyards designed explicitly for the intersection of private and public space. The nearby light rail station ensures easy access to jobs, restaurants, and other conveniences.
Taking cues from the neighborhood’s history, this development incorporates three facades that interplay with its current context. Designed internally as one cohesive living experience, this building will offer residents a modern version of neighborhood living: beautifully designed and brightly lit residences with immediate access to public green space and an easy walk to transit, food, drinks, and coworking.