Willard Street Apartments
September 4, 2019

Willard Street Apartments

Located adjacent to the Durham Station Transportation Center and American Tobacco Campus, Willard Street Apartments offers 82 affordable apartment homes (39 one-bedroom & 43 two-bedroom) for modest wage earners working in downtown Durham with a mix of 30% and 60% AMI units.

Willard Street Apartments is a part of a four-story building with two elevators built above two stories of structured parking, with 5,000 square feet of street-level retail space and a landscaped plaza overlooking the city skyline. Amenities include on-site management, community multi-purpose room and kitchen, fitness room, business center, and laundry facilities.

Partners on this project include the Self-Help Ventures Fund, Duke University, the City of Durham, and Capitol Broadcasting.

6.3.21 | “Helping Provide the Foundation: How CDFIs are supporting the small businesses that help the Triangle attract big-name firms” Triangle Business Journal

3.2.20 | “Crane Watch:  Six Innovative Developments Across the Carolinas” Urban Land Institute

2.17.20 | “New Free and Low-Cost Dental Clinic coming to Durham” ABNewswire

May 18, 2021

Weavers Grove Community

Weavers Grove is a mixed-income community offering 243 units, 99 of which are affordable housing. There will be a mix of condos, duplexes, single-family homes, and townhomes to choose from, as well as several amenities and recreational facilities, such as a community café, community center, open pavilion, garage, community garden, dog park, splash play, playground, walking trail, gazebos, and an open area for lawn games.

The architectural design of the residential and community structures reflects a combination of traditional farmhouse and craftsman stylistic influences.


9.16.22 | ” Chapel Hill home development offers roadmap for affordable housing solutions” Triangle Business Journal

7.8.20 | “Affordable housing projects in Chapel Hill receive funding; Weavers Grove gets zoning approval” Chapelboro.com

February 14, 2019

Greenfield Place

Greenfield Place and Greenfield Commons was imagined as a community where families, seniors and individuals qualifying for affordable housing could call home.  This 149-unit affordable housing community is situated on an eight acre topographically challenged site.   The buildings front to a pedestrian-oriented main street where tenants can enjoy walks along the tree-lined streets with parallel parked spaces that culminates to the seniors building of phase two.  The projects are joined with a highly integrated, pedestrian-friendly sidewalk system and greenway connector that also connects to nearby amenities.  As one of the first projects developed in the Blue Hill District, Cline Design worked closely with key stakeholders from Chapel Hill and DHIC throughout the development, review and approval process.


10.13.18 | “Chapel Hill Opens Greenfield Place Affordable Apartments on Legion Road” The Herald Sun

December 7, 2015

The Lofts at Seigle Point

The Lofts at Seigle Point represents the final phase of The Charlotte Housing Authority’s Seigle Point development and occupies 2.37 acres. Oriented to maximize a skyline view of uptown Charlotte, the Lofts is a 245,000 square feet apartment project offering 192 units over four stories, neatly concealing a 275 park space within a five-story parking deck. As a mixed income community, the project will offer approximately 25% rent-assisted units with 75% at market rate units. Amenities include resident’s lounge, movie theater, computer stations and game area, all of which are overlooking a spacious and fully landscaped courtyard with large pool, outdoor kitchen and patio spaces.

December 15, 2015

Carmel Ridge

Situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, Carmel Ridge is an 80-unit, five-building family development. The complex offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units ranging from 850-1,251 square feet with 8 modified suites for residents with disabilities. Amenities include a 24-hour laundry facility, fitness and business center, clubhouse, playground, tot lot, and picnic areas with tables and grills.

November 23, 2015

Renaissance Senior Living

This Hope VI community redevelopment project in Charlotte, NC received the highest ranking in the nation for 2010 Hope VI Funding. The community consists of a 120-unit senior living apartment building with integral supportive services, a variety of building types for family rental, a community building and K-7 school that supports the new and surrounding housing community. Boulevard Homes will not only serve as an affordable housing neighborhood, but will support all residents by providing educational and recreational resources for all age groups. This project was designed under Cari Jones Architecture as the lead firm working for Crosland and the Charlotte Housing Authority.

November 23, 2015

Ellsworth Commons

Cline Design Associates provided architectural services for Ellsworth Commons, a 68 unit affordable housing project. The project features 40 two-bedroom units in two building types. The project is funded through NCHFA tax credits and includes a large community center with multipurpose room, computer center and screened porch. Additional amenities include community garden plots and outdoor seating areas.