655 East Bay features 51 luxury units with a three-story main building and six three-story townhome buildings in the heart of historic downtown Charleston. The main building includes three stories of apartments over a concrete parking deck and includes a clubhouse, leasing office, and fitness center. The site plan features private driveway access to the townhomes and a unique pocket park.
Hazel SouthPark is a 203-unit luxury community in the heart of Charlotte’s SouthPark neighborhood near a vibrant shopping area with restaurants and offices. The five-story podium project sits on a five-story cast-in-place parking garage. Studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and townhome layouts are available, all featuring 10-foot ceilings and high-end finishes including gourmet kitchens, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, and private balconies. Amenities include a spa, fitness center, clubroom, and rooftop deck with a pool.
6.2.21 | “Hazel SouthPark mixed-use project leasing up after late 2020 delivery” Charlotte Business Journal
10.9.17 | “ZOM to Break Ground on 203-Unit Apartment Community in Charlotte” REBusinessOnline
10.5.17 | “SouthPark site pegged for redevelopment sells for $13.2M” Charlotte Business Journal
6.23.16 | “Flordia-based developer proposes $78M mixed-use project in SouthPark” Charlotte Business Journal
The Dukes at City View
Dukes at City View consists of eight, three-story townhomes with open floor plans and rooftop terraces. There will be two buildings each consisting of four units containing their own private street-level garage and a personal elevator. Community amenities include raised gardens and a dog park, and access to the greenway trail and Dorthea Dix Park.
7.11.22 | “Construction underway on new Raleigh townhomes” Triangle Business Journal
12.1.21 | “High-end townhomes mapped in downtown Raleigh after $2M land deal” Triangle Business Journal
5.29.19 | “Developer wants to build townhomes on former city-owned property near downtown Raleigh” The News & Observer
655 East Bay
515 Downtown is a unique development of urban homes located on an infill site in the heart of downtown Chapel Hill, overlooking the Resource Conservation District. Each home features a contemporary exterior, private patio, and screened porch. The homes range from 1,020sf to 1,450sf with 10’ ceilings, one and two car garage options. The project is designed to achieve USGBC LEED for Homes certification. Sustainable features include; light colored roofs, maximized daylighting and views through floor to ceiling glazing, energy efficient fixtures and appliances, strategic and sustainable site selection and planning, among others.