Summer Interns Making A Splash at Cline Design
June 13, 2022

Summer Interns Making A Splash at Cline Design

Join us in welcoming our 2022 summer interns! We’re so excited to welcome these eight new faces this month, including one who is returning for their second consecutive year. Interns are such a valuable asset to our firm, and we can’t wait to see all they’ll accomplish.

We sat down to ask them their thoughts and expectations for the summer. Here’s what they had to say!

June 8, 2022

Cline Design Celebrates New Charlotte Office One Year Later

As we’re all too familiar with, the pandemic has had a significant influence on schedules and business operations. Cline Design’s Charlotte office would not be immune. Moving in January of 2021, they would, out of an abundance of caution, put off inviting their staff, clients, and partners to celebrate their new home. Fast forward to May of 2022, the team found themselves celebrating their space alongside their neighbors.

Thank you to everyone who helped Cline Design celebrate the official opening of their new Charlotte office, along with their neighbors at SeamonWhiteside and Park Commercial Real Estate in the burgeoning Lower South Neighborhood dubbed Peterson Corners.

Originally built in 1969, Peterson Corners occupies 20,000-square-feet of space split between two, one-story buildings. The buildings have housed a diverse group of tenants over its history including warehouse facilities, a distillery, and a fitness gym to name a few. Cline Design wanted to stay true to Lower South End’s “warehouse distribution district” feel and create a space that would embrace its history as well as accommodate its future.

“We felt like the neighborhood embodied Cline Design in a way. Lower South End is this up-and-coming urban district with a lot of growth. We have been experiencing a tremendous amount of growth, so much so that we grew too big for our previous Charlotte office. We wanted somewhere that was very walkable, and was surrounded by other unique spaces, such as the Bowers Fibers adaptive reuse building we designed across the street from Peterson Corners,” said President, Michael Mesnard.

Cline Design’s Charlotte office occupies the entire building of 220 E. Peterson Drive, while Park Commercial Real Estate and SeamonWhiteside occupy 230 W. Peterson Drive. Their home-away-from-home is conveniently located a block away from Brewers at 4001 Yancey, Olde Mecklenburg Brewery, Queen Park Social, and more.

Cline Design’s integrated services of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture designed the details of their two-parcel micro-community of architects, engineers, and real estate brokers, which originally opened its doors in February 2021.

“We had a great time catching up with old and new faces at the party, and hope everyone enjoyed it as much as we did. We could not think of a more perfect way to celebrate than with our neighbors who also share the same mutual contacts in the AEC industry. Our hope is that next time you visit us, the space will feel like home and you’ll be inclined to stay for a beer from our tap, play shuffleboard in our cafe, or relax out on our patio”, said Director of the Charlotte Office, Orlando Pizarro.

Before + After Photos of Peterson Corners

January 31, 2022

Cline Design’s Leadership Evolution Positions the Firm for Growth & Success

Gary Cline, Founder, and namesake of the firm for the past 33 years, is transitioning to a new role as Chairman of the Board for Cline Design. His vision for the firm led to many key milestones and accolades through the years. His guidance coupled with his tenured leadership team positioned the firm to be a recipient of the AIA North Carolina Firm Award in 2019, an accomplishment that Gary reflects on fondly and contributes to the people of Cline Design. 

“Looking back, I couldn’t have envisioned the amount of success we would achieve over the last 30 years. We’ve weathered many storms including 2008 and we’ve bounced back stronger. Our projects have grown in complexity and size. We started in Raleigh and now we’re helping clients across the Southeast, even into the West coast. I’m incredibly proud of our leadership team, our talented staff, and their resilience to make Cline Design the design firm it is today,” reflected Cline. 

Under Gary’s leadership, the firm has made a significant impact on the communities they serve. Growing to two offices in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina, they have built a reputation of being an expert resource for their clients and peers. Notable projects over the years include Peace Raleigh Apartments and Publix, Hawk luxury apartments, Seaboard Station, Hazel SouthPark, Berkshire Village District apartments, Diamond View II office building, Peterson Corners, and Broadstone Queen City. 

While still a shareholder in the company, Cline will remain actively involved as he continues to foster client relationships, aid in the company’s sales growth, form strategic partnerships, and expand the project’s geographic territory. 


With Gary’s shift in focus comes a change at the very top of the firm, ushering Michael Mesnard into the leading rank as President and Managing Partner. “Michael has been alongside me at Cline Design for the last 24 years, and it only felt right that he would be the one to take the reins as I step back and shift into a business development-focused position. His tenacity, authenticity, and business acumen are what make him a great asset and I know he will take Cline Design to greater heights in the coming years,” said Cline. 

Mesnard has been an integral part of the firm’s evolvement and success since the 90’s when he joined in 1997 as a Project Manager. Soon making his way through the ranks, he was chosen to lead the direction of Cline Design’s Wilmington, North Carolina office in 2002. The 2008 housing crisis eventually forced the branch’s closure in 2009, signaling the shift back to Raleigh for Mesnard. Michael has since been the Director of Cline Design’s Raleigh office for the past 12 years, enhancing workflow by creating project-type specific internal teams, introducing BIM and CADD technology, and bringing the employee headcount to 100 + individuals.  

Throughout the years, he has been a valuable resource on notable projects, such as Kane Realty’s award-winning $150 million Smoky Hollow Phase I project- dubbed Peace Raleigh Apartments with a ground-floor Publix grocery store, PPD’s Wilmington headquarters, The Cardinal at North Hills a CCRC, and the 12-story residential tower for the revitalization of North Hills’ Main District.  

Michael noted, “It is an honor to step into the role of President for our growing firm. With Gary’s mentorship, guidance from our leadership team, and influence from every area of our firm, I’m excited to continue the success of Cline Design. We’re fortunate to have our legacy leaders still active with the firm, providing insight into our history so we may shape our future.” 

January 14, 2022

2021 Year End Promotions, Milestones & Employee of the Year

Join us in celebrating our hard-working employees as we reminisce on 2021

As we look back on 2021, we’d like to take a moment to celebrate promotions, milestones, and awards earned by our staff members. We’re excited to congratulate this group on their well-earned accolades. And a very special THANK YOU to all of our team members for continuing to deliver and support great design, being resilient, fostering mentoring moments, serving as a trusted advisor to our clients and consultants, and making Cline Design the firm it is today. We can’t wait to see what you’ll do this year!

July 22, 2020

Cline Design Associates Partners with Park Commercial Real Estate to Redevelop Peterson Corners

Cline Design is pleased to announce the expansion and relocation of their Charlotte Office. They have partnered with Park Commercial Real Estate to redevelop Peterson Corners on Peterson Drive near Old Pineville Road in the resurging Lower South End (LoSo).

May 13, 2020

Cline Design Celebrates Interior Design Teams’ Promotions

Cline Design Associates Announces Director of Interior Architecture and Design

RALEIGH, NC (May 13, 2020) – Cline Design Associates is pleased to announce the promotion of Jim Compton, AIA to the firm’s Director of Interior Architecture and Design.

May 8, 2020

Cline Design Teams With Industry Peers to Discuss the Future of Design

The AEC industry is filled with incredibly talented people with diverse backgrounds and unique expertise. These people look to the built environment to find solutions that help our communities evolve.

Cline Design brought together industry peers to peek into the future of design. Experts from Cline Design, Lynch Mykins, Optima Engineering, and Thorburn Associates discussed how together they might provide solutions that address the current pandemic and other crisis situations.

From the way we work to the way we live, the inaugural issue of, “The Community” captures their thoughts, their insight, and their solutions for communities, future designers, clients, and our industry.

December 19, 2019

The Progression of Our Core: The People

2019 was a busy year for us. We turned 30 years old and completed projects such as Golf Pride’s Corporate Headquarters, Solis Brightleaf, Draper Place, and Meeting Street Lofts. It was so busy that we had to hire more talented team members to help us continue building and designing award-winning projects for our amazing clients. This year alone, we hired 23 new employees across both our Raleigh and Charlotte offices. If we want to get into specifics, we hired the following to our constantly growing team : 2 Project Architects, 1 Project Designer, 1 Landscape Architect, 1 Interiors Senior Project Manager, 1 Senior Interior Designer, 1 Project Manager, 9 Designers, 2 Interior Designers, 1 Systems Administrator, 2 Design Interns and 2 Interior Design Interns.

Each December, our Principals and Associates vote on who’s hard work and dedication to the firm has earned them a new title of recognition within Cline. This December the following were nominated:

Bryan Johnson – Principal

Lindsey Kretchman – Associate Principal

Logan Luzader – Senior Associate

Martin Chavanne – Senior Associate

Allison Schaefer – Associate

Ana Cristina Acosta-Figg – Associate

Jill Davis – Associate

We would like to recognize those who have been with us through the years and have reached major milestones in their careers with us – spanning from the past thirty years to the past five years. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the firm. We appreciate all you have done to help us grow and transform Cline Design into what it is today.

Cari Jones – 30 Years

Janet Mountcastle – 20 Years

Sara Parker – 20 Years

Chris Tingler – 15 Years

Mark Ward – 10 Years

Jason Gable – 5 Years

October 2, 2019

Gary Cline Reflects on the Firm’s 30th Anniversary

August 1989 marked the beginning of Cline Design Associates, an adventure (and some may say risk) I took that has been so incredibly successful, beyond what I imagined in 1989. Reflecting back on the firm’s successes and setbacks, nostalgia sets in as these past thirty years have been some of the best and challenging yet. Starting out as a small firm of only twelve people and transforming into what it is today – over 90 employees with an additional office in Charlotte, North Carolina – I cannot help but express gratitude for the innovative and incredible talent we have, who continue to shape our firm, improve our culture, and nurture our core values.

December 17, 2018

The Pavilion at South End’s Renovation is Announced

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The Pavilion at South End will undergo a complete renovation starting in early 2019 announced Friday on the Charlotte Business Journal. The 31,000 square-foot strip shopping center is located at 2041 South Blvd across from Atherton Mill in Charlotte’s South End neighborhood, and was built in the 1950’s.

Once the renovation is complete, tenants will consist of high-quality food and beverage establishments, as well as a brewery, beer garden or taphouse.

Cline Design Associates is the architect for the project.  (Read More)

November 28, 2018

Cline Design Associates Welcomes Ali Pugliese

Ali Pugliese

Our Charlotte office keeps growing, and we’re excited to have Ali Pugliese join us as an Intern Architect. Originally from West Chester, Pennsylvania, she graduated from Penn State in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Architecture and a minor in Architectural History. While in college, she also co-founded a 3-D printing and design club called DigiDigits with a group of fellow Penn State architecture students to help children in need by creating more prosthetic-like training devices for children who have hand/arm malformations or disabilities.

While not working, she enjoys traveling (9 countries and counting),  cheering on the Philadelphia Eagles and Penn State Nittany Lions, and going to concerts. She recently made the move to North Carolina in November and is excited to begin her career with Cline Design Associates.

November 2, 2018

Inspire SouthPark Wins High Honor at 2018 CBJ Heavy Hitters Awards


Inspire SouthPark , a 359-unit luxury apartment complex located in the SouthPark neighborhood of Charlotte, won a very high honor at the Charlotte Business Journal’s 2018 Heavy Hitters Commercial Real Estate Awards. Morgan Bond Companies was awarded “Top Apartment or Condominium Development” at the Westin in Uptown Charlotte for their Inspire SouthPark Apartment project. Director of Cline Design Associate’s Charlotte office, Orlando Pizarro, said, “This award is an honor and we’re proud to be a part of a team that worked so hard on this project. Being recognized for this achievement raises the expectations for our future projects in Charlotte and the surrounding areas.” This was the Charlotte Business Journal’s 5th annual Heavy Hitters Awards and “turns a spotlight on the past year’s developments in the Charlotte region.”

Cline Design Associates provided architectural services, Samet Corporation was the general contractor, and Ellinwood Machado Structural Engineering, Design Resource Group, and Jordan and Skala Engineering were the engineers. (Read more)

July 27, 2018

Mixed use project in Charlotte’s South End breaks ground

The Hub South End, a mixed use project at the corner of Hawkins and Dunavant Street, has recently broken ground in Charlotte’s South End neighborhood on a 4.4 acre site. The development will include 265 apartments and more than 20,000 square feet of commercial space. The site will also include 29 two story townhouse style units. The project is expected to be finished in the spring of 2020.

Cline Design Associates is the architect on the project. (read more)

The Hub South End

July 19, 2018

Chatham Walk condominiums coming to downtown Cary

A new condominium complex is going up on the corner of Chatham Street and Urban Drive in downtown Cary, NC. Chatham Walk will offer three floor plans and includes a private balcony for each unit. Before construction begins, the site work includes moving the Williams House to a vacant lot on East Chatham Street across from Mid-Town Square.

Cline Design Associates is the architect. (Read more)

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July 18, 2018

Meeting Street Lofts signs on their first commercial tenants

Meeting Street Lofts, located at 601 Meeting Street in Charleston, S.C. has signed on three new commercial tenants. Located at the base of the Ravenel Bridge on Charleston’s upper peninsula, Green and Grounds, Iron Tribe Fitness, and Nail So Dep have all together leased 7,296 square feet at the base of the apartments. About 9,250 square feet of commercial space remains available as of now. Cline Design Associates is the architect for this project. (read more)


July 18, 2018

Apartment complex coming to Locust Grove neighborhood in Charlottesville, VA

Cline Design Associates has teamed up with Madison Capital Group for plans to build a 45-unit apartment on 901 River Road in Charlottesville, VA. Being built along the Rivanna River, the city is confident the apartments would be met with high demand from young professional working in the area. The apartment complex is expected to create higher traffic for the area, as opposed to the previous plans to build a storage unit on the property. (read more)


July 12, 2018

New apartments coming to Wilmington’s Downtown Riverfront

The Downtown Wilmington Riverfront will look quite a bit different once Flats on Front, a 300 unit apartment complex, is developed. The complex will cover 6-acres and consist of three separate buildings. It will also include a parking deck and surrounding surface parking. Flats on Front will be located at the corner of North Front Street and Cowan Street.

Cline Design is the architect (read more).


June 20, 2018

Upscale adult living community coming to Myrtle Beach, S.C.

An upscale senior living community, called the Retreat at Coastal Grand, is coming to Myrtle Beach, S.C. With numerous amenities including a pickle ball court, bocce court, and nature trail, the apartment complex will be located at 381 Seaboard Street. Coastal Grand Mall sits across the street.

Renderings of the proposed property are by Cline Design Associates. (read more)

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May 17, 2018

Historic mill in Charlotte’s “NoDa” district to be redeveloped into office space

Cline Design has partnered with White Point Partners to assist in the redevelopment of the Chadbourn Hoisery Mill, located at 451 Jordan Place in Charlotte’s “NoDa” district. The historic mill, originally built in the 1930s, will be turned into a 40,000 square foot office space, along with a 200-unit apartment building facing North Davidson St. adjacent to the site.

Originally expected be transformed into retail space, White Point Partners said the high demand for fast-growing companies seeking converted warehouse space along the light rail has risen, changing their mind.

Chadbourn Mill is one of eight projects currently underway along the Lynx Blue Line Extension. (read more)



May 14, 2018

Broadstone Morehead

Another apartment complex is coming to the outskirts of uptown Charlotte, on the corner of South Tryon and West Morehead streets. Broadstone Queen City will have 260 apartment units and is expected to deliver in the spring of 2020.

Broadstone Morehead LLC is associated with Alliance Residential and purchased the 1.9 acre property.

Cline Design is the architect for Broadstone Queen City. (read more)


May 9, 2018

Developer’s latest apartment project in Charlotte will add 280 new units

Charlotte developer Crescent Communities has begun construction on yet another multifamily project in the Queen City.

Novel Research Park, at the intersection of West Mallard Creek Church Road and Senator Royall Drive in University, will include 280- units with one, two and three bedroom apartments. According to the developer, Crescent rezoned the 37.5 acre property in early 2017 to develop apartments as well as retail space and a 200-room hotel.

Cline Design Associates is the architect and Crescent Multifamily Construction is the general contractor. (read more)

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March 26, 2018

Multi-family community has begun construction off Wilkinson Boulevard

Construction is officially underway for Broadstone Bryant Park, a multifamily community consisting of 345 units. This is Alliance Residential Co.’s first project in Charlotte, N.C. and will include studios, as well as one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Far from the normal amenities include a yoga studio, Wi-Fi co-working space, dry cleaning pickup, and a pet spa. The site is expected to finish in summer of 2019.

Cline Design Associates is the architect. (read more)



March 22, 2018

Southwest Charlotte’s fastest growing neighborhood has more apartments underway

Steele Creek, one of Charlotte’s fastest growing neighborhoods, has a new apartment complex coming to the Berewick community. Solis Berewick Commons, located on Berewick Commons Parkway and Dixie River Road will include 230 apartment units, and is expected to finish construction in fall of 2019.

Charlotte’s multifamily firm, Terwilliger Pappas, is the developer on the project, and Carocon is the general contractor. Cline Design Associates is designing the interiors. (read more)


March 13, 2018

Senior housing community coming to southwest Charlotte

Laurel Street Residential announced a senior living development coming to Berewick in southwest Charlotte. With an expected delivery date of late spring 2019, Belvedere at Berewick will have 108 units and provide housing to adults 55 years and older. Rent will range from $1,000 to $1,500 per month and residents can choose from one- or two-bedroom units. The age restricted housing community is part of a 1,200-acre mixed use development site.

Cline Design is the architect of Belvedere at Berewick. (read more)


February 22, 2018

Building demolition makes room for Southpark’s luxury apartments

An office building was demolished Thursday to continue making room for Southpark’s newest apartments going up at 4401 Barclay Downs Drive in Charlotte, NC. Hazel Southpark will be a six-story luxury-style apartment complex featuring 203 units. The ground level will feature a 6,000 square foot restaurant, along with an 8,000 square foot boutique retail store.

Located adjacent to the Southpark Mall, the first phase of the project is expected to deliver in Q4 2019.

Cline Design Associates is the architect on the project. (read more)


November 6, 2017

Publix is officially coming to downtown Raleigh

A new grocery store in downtown Raleigh was confirmed Thursday as a Publix supermarket in the ground floor of an apartment tower on the corner of Peace and West streets.

The site is in an area that has been an unfocused spread of small stores, state offices and land that is beginning to take shape as a defined commercial and residential northern border of downtown. (read more)

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October 17, 2017

Apartments now open in Berewick Town Center

A 275-unit apartment project in Steel Creek is now open and leasing.

Terwilliger Pappas opened its formal leasing center at 9550 Gannon Drive a drive weeks ago. Solis Berewick is the multifamily component of Berewick Town Center, part of a master-planned development by Pappas Properties. Ground broke last Septmember for Solis Berewick. (read more)


September 18, 2017

Luxury apartments coming to Randolph Road in Charlotte

SunCap Property Group has broken ground on a new, boutique apartment community called Draper Place, bringing high-end apartments to Randolph Road.

The four-story building will include 47 units, both two and three bedroom apartments varying from 1,650 SF to 2,200 SF. The first apartments are expected to be available in late 2018. (read more)

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July 14, 2017

Construction watch: Third and Grand will start to rise in New Center

Third and Grand’s groundbreaking officially took place in October, construction is starting to increase on the mixed-use project near the Fisher building. This six-story development will bring 231 new apartments to New Center in 2018. The project is the first of its kind in the area in 30 years.

The 356,000 square foot mixed-use development should open in summer 2018 with 21,000 square feet of commercial space.
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June 29, 2017

Crews kick off construction of new Solis Brightleaf apartments in Durham

No sooner had the developers of the Solis Ninth Street apartment project in Durham finished and sold the building in mid-June than construction crews are being prepped for another major project less than a mile away.

Charlotte apartment development firm Terwilliger Pappas on Wednesday confirmed that construction has started on the 194-unit Solis Brightleaf apartment building at 1005 W. Main St. in downtown Durham. The project is next to the landmark Brightleaf Square dining and retail destination, formerly the site of the now-shuttered Howerton-Bryan Funeral Home. (read more)

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May 15, 2017

Former Walmart to be converted into creative office space

A former Walmart near the Lynx Blue Line will soon be converted into creative office space.

Atlanta commercial real estate firm White Oak Real Estate Advisors acquired the big box structure at 801 E. Arrowood Road for $3.8 million in a sale that closed April 20, according to Mecklenburg County real estate records. White Oak, a firm new to the Charlotte market, plans to upfit the former retail store at the intersection of Arrowood and Old Pineville roads into a 110,390-square-foot, high-density office building. (read more)


May 11, 2017

Apartments developers turn to even more amenities

When I toured Charlotte’s newest high-end apartments last fall, I didn’t see how the amenities could get much nicer: Waterfall hot tubs, massage rooms, dog washes and more marked a level of luxury I certainly didn’t get when I rented my first apartment a whole decade ago.

Turns out, there’s a whole level of apartment amenities even beyond those. Charlotte’s high-end apartments are turning to amenities with a higher level of service, even splashier rooftop pools and decks and exclusive features such as private bars to differentiate themselves.

“The level of amenities in some of these projects is over the top,” said Gary Cline, managing principal of Cline Design Associates. He was speaking at a Bisnow forum on apartment development, held Wednesday at the Duke Mansion. “That’s just normal.” (read more) 

May 3, 2017

Luxury condo building near Raleigh’s Cameron Village preps to break ground

The Wade, high end, five story condominium project is moving a step forward toward breaking ground. On the drawing board for close to two years, developers are telling potential buyers that the condos should be ready to move in by fall 2018.

Beacon Street Development has started site work and staging of this 27-unit building near Cameron Village and Fred Fletcher Park at 620 Wade Ave. (read more)


April 19, 2017

Charleston design board gives initial OK for apartments on James Island

The former Carmike movie theater site on James Island plans for 132 apartments. Charleston’s Design Review Board listened to concerns from a half dozen residents and then gave plans for James Island Apartments conceptual approval. Representatives of the developer pointed out that the six-acre site on Central Park Road just west of Folly Road is zones for 153 units. (read more)

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March 24, 2017

What’s the status on SouthPark new construction, redevelopment projects?

A number of development projects are planned or underway in Charlotte’s SouthPark, a submarket that’s undergoing renewed real estate activity.

Many of the projects are repositioning dated office buildings and aging apartment properties into denser, more urbanized mixed-use developments. The new investment and redevelopment in SouthPark has even spurred a collective group of landowners, residents and real estate professionals active in the submarket to plan out a cohesive vision and plan for SouthPark’s future.
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March 14, 2017

Old Bower’s Fibers building to be turned into retail and office space

The Bowers Fibers building in lower South End of Charlotte, NC will be getting a face lift, as the space which was previously used for Bower’s Fibers operations for over 70 years, will be redeveloped for leasable retail and office space. The space includes 73,000 square feet and will pay homage to the building’s past by being called Bowers.

Near by are establishments such as Queen Park Social, Sugar Creek Brewing Co, and The Olde Mecklenberg Brewery.

Construction is aimed to begin in May and is expected to deliver in late 2017.

Cline Design Associates is the architect for the project. (read more)


May 4, 2016

Award Winning Project Announced at the Durham Golden Leaf Awards

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2016 Golden Lead Award  |  Large Development Award

2016 Golden Leaf Award Winners

January 5, 2016

Whole Food Developer to Add 230 Units in New Center

Peter Cummings, the Detroit developer who brought Whole Foods to midtown and shepherded the deal for the Fisher Building, told Curbed that he plans to build a 230-unit midrise apartment building in New Center. This summer, rumors about Cummings’ plans to buy the parking lot at 3rd and Grand (pictured above) from Henry Ford Health System were met with a firm “no comment” from Cummings. Now, he says that there’s an agreement to purchase, and that architects have been selected for the project.
“The sale hasn’t happened yet,” Cummings explained, “But I do have a firm agreement with Henry Ford Helath system. I want to build 230 units,” Cummings added. Cummings has already tapped Chapel Hill, NC, Cline Design for the new development which will combine retail with residential units just steps away from the Fisher Building. “They did a great job for me on a similar scale project, housing over parking and retail in Chapel Hill,” Cummings said.

Cummings says there’s a timeline in place and that the sale should be finalized soon. “We would like to launch the project in summer 2016,” Cummings said.Cline Design built 140 West Franklin for Cummings’ former Florida venture, Ram Real Estate. The eight-story, $55 million, mixed-use building in Chapel Hill opened in 2013 after nearly a decade of work.


August 8, 2015

Myers Park Place in Charlotte

Myers Park Place in Charlotte. Drone view under construction video.

July 29, 2015

North Hills Raleigh Senior Living

The Cardinal at North Hills has broken ground! Located in the vibrant North Hills Midtown District, this new full continuum senior living community will be steps away from a variety of restaurants, shopping and entertainment options. Go out or stay in – your home at the Cardinal will offer not only spacious, beautifully appointed residences but a warm, inviting community to share with family and friends, discover new passions and create The Art of Living Well on your terms.
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July 8, 2015

Melrose Place apartments off Park Road to be replaced

An apartment complex just off Park Road and Woodlawn Road is set to be demolished and replaced with a new, upscale complex, according to rezoning plans filed with the city.
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