Located on the corner of E. Chatham Street and Urban Drive, Chatham Walk is a convenient 5 minute walk to Downtown Cary’s vibrant community.
Chatham Walk provides an intimate setting for neighbors to gather and for a community to thrive. The outdoor courtyard boasts a fire pit, a river-stone rain feature, and outdoor grilling stations allowing residents to mingle, catch up with old friends, and make new acquaintances.
140 West Franklin is a highly visible project along the mid-section of Franklin street that stimulated future development in this main commercial thoroughfare of the town of Chapel Hill. 140 West was designed to provide an exceptional urban living experience for individuals, couples and families. The 140 condo units provides an opportunity to live in the heart of an exciting and vibrant college town, while also offering security, preserving privacy and embracing community. The project was designed to meet the sustainability guidelines set forth by the Town of Chapel Hill.
Nestled in the heart of Raleigh, The Wade is steps away from the historic Hayes Barton neighborhood and St. Mary’s Street. A few minutes from Cameron Village and convenient to downtown Raleigh, the location merges the charm of a walk-able neighborhood and the vibrancy of a cosmopolitan city. This 27 unit offers two- and three-bedroom units with several amenities including: a private fitness center, expansive green spaces, extra storage, onsite meeting rooms, rooftop terrace, and virtual concierge.
539 Foster Street Condominiums, located in the heart of Durham, offers luxury residential living in an urban setting. Located within walking distance to the farmers market and other amenities in downtown Durham, this six-story residential project features townhouses, condo and penthouse units, as well as a lounge, study areas and outdoor gathering spaces.
6.4.15 | “Buyer of Foster St. site in downtown Durham planning 6-story condo building” Triangle Business Journal
This condominium project located in the heart of the Five Points neighborhood in Raleigh, NC celebrates the longstanding tradition of classical architecture. The three Fairview Row buildings seamlessly blend into the existing traditional design character of the Five Points neighborhood. Inspired by the surrounding Colonial & Federal styled architecture, Fairview Row captures the historical vernacular of the existing neighborhood streetscape.