Powerhouse Square is an adaptive reuse project anchored by two national Historic Register structures built by Carolina Power & Light over 70 years ago. The project includes restaurants, shops, offices and a structured parking deck. The original Powerhouse Building houses Southend Brewery and Smokehouse, a restaurant and micro-brewery. The historic Garage Building accommodates the offices of Cline Design on the upper level and Napper Tandy’s Irish Pub, on the lower level. A later vintage Service Building serves as office and retail space. Structured parking supports the increased traffic generated by the development. This development received an Anthemion Award for Outstanding Historic Renovation from Capital Area Preservation in 2000 and a Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Community Appearance in 1999..
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.
Located on a 7.5-acre tract of land along the Cape Fear River in downtown Wilmington, the new world headquarters for a leading global contract research organization is a significant addition to the city. At 14 stories and 500,000 square feet, the project is one of the largest of its kind in the area. A large expanse of silver glass on the north elevation transitions to horizontal bands of glass and precast with integral sunshades on the south side, where the smaller scale and proportion of openings is more compatible with the context of existing downtown structures. The site is fronted by a landscaped walking plaza and visitor drop-off area, while a structured parking deck sits beneath and adjacent to the building.
The Interior Design concept was based on Scandinavian design concepts, which emphasize clean and simple forms. Etched glass with subtle curves, white fabric panels and bamboo wood veneer are all featured throughout the first floor common areas.
Carol Johnson Poole Clubhouse is a newer addition to North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus. Cline Design strived to create an iconic symbol for North Carolina State University in creating a new golf clubhouse for the public that aesthetically complimented the existing Centennial Campus architecture. The two-story golf clubhouse includes dining and food prep facilities, locker rooms, a golf pro shop, and cart storage. Terraces extend from the building, and provide vantage points overlooking the surrounding golf course and skyline of downtown Raleigh.
Beaver Creek Crossings is a combination of big box anchors and small inline retail tenants. Many pedestrian-oriented design principals were utilized to help create a family friendly shopping environment. The project includes a 12-screen multiplex cinema and retail spaces that range from 1,200 square feet to 99,000 square feet.
The Judy D. Zelnak Center of Hope opened in July 2013 and is home to all of The Salvation Army’s social ministries in Wake County, NC. The building was originally a 40,000 square foot 1950’s industrial building with an existing steel and brick structure. New construction took place to build the warehouse for donated materials. The center includes a women and children’s shelter, dental clinic, computer lab, playrooms, prayer room, indoor and outdoor recreation areas, 5,600 square foot storehouse for donations and emergency supplies, and administrative offices. New paving, landscaping, and facade changes revived the abandoned building and site to a modern facility built for LEED silver certification.
Creekside at Bethpage is an adult 55 and over community in Durham, NC located in the growing Brier Creek area. It has a total of 650 single-family home lots and a clubhouse that supports the active community with 15,000 square feet of heated club space, an outdoor veranda, porches, and a porte cochère. The club provides the community with several outdoor and indoor amenities including a large exercise room with lockers, classrooms, a business center, gaming room, bar and lounge, great room and several multi-purpose areas.
Atlas Germantown is located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Third Avenue North and Madison Street in the Germantown district of Nashville, Tennessee. The five-story, 95 unit apartment building features a combination of studio, one and two bedroom apartments, a ground-level leasing office and fitness room. It offers a swimming pool and both concealed surface parking and one below-grade level of parking.
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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.
Originally known as Crescent Main Street and now referred to as Berkshire Main Street, the boutique multi-family community is located on the northeast corner of 15th and Main Street in the heart of Durham, NC. The client’s vision for the project was to create a classic design that resembled a neighborhood developed over time. The development features 208 units within a three- and four-story building. Amenities include a health and wellness facility with private training room, a pet spa and demonstration kitchen, a resort-style pool with sundeck, outdoor kitchen and dining area, community fire lounge, rooftop terrace and dog run.
Committed to serving patients and client, Quartet Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital constructed a newer larger hospital to accommodate their growth. Their surgical patients now benefit from 24/7 emergency staffing and in-house rehabilitation services as well as access to surgical services on an emergency basis or next day consultation.
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.
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Coates Bluff apartment community opened in the spring of 2014. Designed for a luxury living experience, the project carefully reserves the rich, historic site. The site plan connects indoor and outdoor spaces, featuring jogging paths, outdoor living areas and inviting green spaces. In addition, the 12,000 sf two-story clubhouse, proposed to be LEED certified, will offer fitness center, wi-fi business center and coffee bar, full commercial kitchen and a movie theater. The 252 units at Coates Bluff is energy efficient one and two bedroom apartments with generous square footage and luxurious amenities. A carefully orchestrated courtyard focuses on a swimming pool accompanied by an outdoor lounging area with fireplace and outdoor kitchen.
Wesley Village Apartments is the first phase of a public/private planned revitalization of the Wesley Heights/Bryan Park neighborhoods. Conveniently located less than five minutes from Uptown Charlotte and adjacent to Wesley Heights greenwayy, these modern apartment homes combined with historic charm consist of 301 units and a 10,000 square foot clubhouse.
The architectural style reflects a colorful urban exterior, with a mix of apartment units, two-story lofts, and carriage-houses. Several upper level units allow for beautiful views of the Uptown Charlotte skyline.
Parkside Town Commons is a 23 building retail center and was the first development within the Altson Activity Center Concept Plan. It consists of 117 acres in Cary, NC located at the corner of Interstate 540 and NC Highway 55. Cline completed both Phase 1 in 2014 and Phase 2, which was completed a year later in 2015. Currently there are over 50 retailers and restaurants within the shopping center.
Located less than five miles from historic Franklin, TN, Crescent Cool Springs, now known as Cadence Cool Springs, was thoughtfully designed to fit into its existing context to create an urban feel within its suburban setting. It’s village-like design is intended to resemble a historic warehouse factory feel. The 13-building community includes a selection of tuck under garages, direct access to walking and biking trails, a CrossFit gym, resort-style pool and other numerous outdoor amenities.
Originally called Perimeter Station and now known as Celsius, this 203 unit apartment project features a clubhouse and fitness center, and is conveniently located near Northlake Mall and 15 miles north of Uptown Charlotte. Its design provides a modern variation of conventional three-story walk-up apartments, utilizing elements such as steel canopies and railings, metal roofing accents, variations in window patterns and bold colors, creating an urban atmosphere in a mixed-use, suburban context.
This 266-unit, wood-framed multi-family project is located along the burgeoning six forks corridor in North Raleigh, within walking distance to restaurants, retail and the Raleigh Greenway. Situated on a 10-acre infill site, a density of over 26 units to the acre is achieved with surface parking for approximately 450 cars. An integral clubhouse & leasing center contains ample space for resident gatherings, a complete fitness center and a large outdoor pool and terrace area with a summer kitchen pavilion. The architectural design blends modern forms with durable, traditional materials such as stone veneer, cementitious siding and stucco, creating a well-balanced transition between the commercial and residential uses on Six Forks Road. Care was taken during the project planning to save existing specimen trees and maintain wooded buffers to the adjacent properties.
The Raleigh Transit Operations facility consists of a six building campus on a 23 acre site. The facility is the first integrated administration and maintenance facility of its kind in the nation to achieve Platinum LEED certification. Major components in achieving LEED Platinum certification include: geothermal heating/cooling, radiant floor heating, natural light via windows/ skylights, and rapidly renewable materials. The campus consists of the Administration/Operations Building and Poole Road Bus Shelter. It is designed with a cohesive material palate consisting of precast concrete with glass and metal accents on a steel structure. The tectonics of the structures are emphasized throughout the facility through the expression of the joints, connections, and overlaps. The structure is intended to complement its honest technological function with a technological aesthetic.
The Bristol Apartments are located in burgeoning Morrisville, NC nestled within the lively Park West Village neighborhood. Situated within walking distance to many shopping and dining options, this 260 unit apartment community features several floor plans throughout five stories, a saltwater pool, 24-hour fitness center, dog park, coffee bar and more.
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.
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.
Cline Design Associates designed this garden on an 11 acre site that includes a visitor’s center with demonstration gardens, children’s garden, a wedding garden, and Japanese garden as well as a wide assortment of plant species. The site will also become the home of the gateway icon, a large sculptural centerpiece that will tower above the gardens and signal visitor’s arrival into Greensboro. The project has already sparked renewal efforts to beautify Lee Street with the city’s initiative to landscape this main entry corridor from I-85.
This 205-unit apartment community is located in the heart of Winston-Salem, across from the BB&T Baseball Park, and within walking distance to the Burke Street shopping/entertainment district. The four-story, wood-frame project wraps around a pre-cast concrete parking deck. Clubhouse amenities include a private pool, fitness room with cardio and weigh equipment, lounging and recreation areas.
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.
Millenia 700 provides 700 apartment units and was constructed in two phases. This first phase, completed in August 2012, consists of 297 apartment units wrapping a precast parking deck. The second phase was completed in 2017 and features 403 apartment units. Amenities include clubhouse, pool, and residential courtyard. The project is located across from the Millennia Mall in Orlando, Florida just off Interstate 4. Cline Design Associates provided architectural services for both phases.
Conveniently located at the corner of the All American Freeway and Santa Fe Drive, Addison Ridge’s 211 apartment units are ideally situated midway between Fort Bragg and the Cross Creek Mall Shopping area.
The 12,391 square feet of amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness facility, movie theater, pool equipped with grilling stations, billiards room, yoga studio and gated entrance.
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.
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.
Charleston’s Low-Country Georgian architecture was the styling influence for this large apartment community located in St. Mary’s County, MD. Six large buildings utilize various apartment plan combinations to give the appearance of collections of smaller row houses similar to the Charleston ‘single’ house, while giving the landlord the proper mixture of apartment options. The project includes amenities such as independent private garages buildings, a mail kiosk, and car care area. The center piece amenity is the clubhouse providing social and recreational opportunities to the residents as well as the leasing and management offices.
The River Landing Clubhouse is a 60,000 square foot golf clubhouse on 3 levels and is the centerpiece of the River Landing Community. Cart storage is located in the basement level and is fire separated from the member spaces located on the 2 levels above.
The clubhouse includes a professional grade kitchen servicing several dining spaces with walk-in coolers and freezers, hood, and dish washing system. The member spaces include men’s and women’s locker rooms, men’s and women’s lounges, bar and grille room, sub-dividable dining room/banquet hall, golf pro shop, veranda, and other outdoor patio and dining areas. The clubhouse also contains administrative offices, support spaces, and conference rooms.
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.
Meadowmont Village Center is a 400-acre master planned Traditional Neighborhood Development on the Highway 54 gateway into Chapel Hill. As the centerpiece of the development, the Village Center is designed as a festive pedestrian-oriented marketplace organized around a village green. The design incorporates many New Urbanist Neighborhood principles including compact, pedestrian-friendly mixed-use, a walkable interconnected networks of streets, a broad range of housing types and price-levels, transit alternatives, concentrations of civic and commercial activities and a range of parks and village greens.
Located in downtown Wilmington, the five-story office building consists of approximately 60,000-square-feet of mixed-use space and includes a parking structure. The first floor tenant is Bank of America and the second through fifth floors will exist as office space. The site incorporates two existing 24-inch caliper prominent live oaks into the site plan from the conception of the development. The trees were viewed as a resource unique to this development and would assist in the positioning of this building in the marketplace. Exemplary measures were taken in the design and construction of the building to protect and preserve these trees.
This four-story, 440-bed student housing complex is located on a sloping 3.26 acre urban site adjacent to one of North Carolina State University’s main entrances. It was developed and constructed by JPI for the Wolfpack Club, NC State’s Athletic Booster organization. Constructed of wood framing, the high density required for the College Inn is achieved by maximizing floor plates through the use of code-prescribed “area increase” formulas and non-masonry firewalls that allow multiple buildings to be “joined” together, forming one large interconnected complex. An integrated clubhouse / leasing facility serves as a focal point at the site’s entry and includes a large residents’ gathering space that overlooks the outdoor pool. The four-level, 393-car parking deck is structured of castellated steel, which was more economical to construct than pre-cast concrete.