The Ramsey is a new construction project of 241 luxury apartments located in downtown Durham on a redeveloped brownfield site. The project is one large building with two floors of structured parking and high-end amenities which includes a pool, fitness area with yoga room and spa, dog grooming stations and dog park, private wine cellar, recreation rooms, and multiple outdoor fire pits with seating areas. The project will also include a conference room, private and co-workspaces, and a guest suite for the convenience of residents with out-of-town guests.
The development, located at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Johnston Street, features 2 adjoining towers — The Madison, an 11-story apartment tower and 603 Glenwood, a 12-story office tower.
The Madison will include approximately 200 apartments, a pool, and fitness center. The 603 Glenwood will feature 112,416 square-feet of office space, a 5-story parking deck, and a rooftop restaurant. The parking deck will offer public parking. There will also be a rooftop terrace, as well as more than 10,772 square-feet of ground-floor retail.
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Originally built in 1969, Peterson Corners occupies 20,000-square-feet of space split between two, one-story buildings located in the Lower South End neighborhood. Cline Design’s Charlotte office occupies the entire building of 220 E. Peterson Drive, while Park Commercial Real Estate and SeamonWhiteside will occupy 230 E. Peterson Drive. The development is conveniently located a block away from our Bowers Fibers adaptive re-use project, and a short minutes walk to all the breweries and entertainment that the rapidly growing LoSo neighborhood has to offer.
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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.
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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.
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The clubhouse at Arboretum West captures the best of coastal living and brings it to life in this mixed-income community. The design for this 6,000-square-foot community center includes an observatory space, fitness hub, game room with golf simulator, and pet spa spilling out to the saltwater pool, outdoor gaming area, outdoor workout area, and entertaining centers. The design details capture the spirit of the community and gives a welcoming vibe to all who visit.
Platform, a 7-story multi-building project, will entail over 430 units with 26,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and office space situated on 6 acres at 600 W. Cabarrus St.
The project will include extensive outdoor amenities, including a pool, fire pits, indoor and outdoor coworking spaces, and a work area complete with tools. Intended pedestrian walkways and open spaces between the buildings will attract residents from the surrounding neighborhoods to engage with the space and its retailers.
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Continuing North Hills’ Main District’s development, NHX North Tower Apartments greets passers-by on an energetic Lassiter Mill Road. It offers residents a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments and provides access to nearby office buildings, creative office space, and a plethora of retail, elevating the live, work, play experience.
The tower thoughtfully incorporates materials that allow it to blend with its neighbors while signaling its uniqueness as a multifamily community. Unit layouts are adorned with an abundance of glass encouraging unobstructed views into downtown Raleigh and Midtown while providing natural light throughout.
The amenity spaces are a welcome, intended interruption throughout the tower, allowing residents to choose where they relax, work, and gather. Intentionally programmed on the second floor, the fitness center, co-working lounge, and pool deck come together to create a diverse offering of amenities in a single place. The first-of-its-kind co-working lounge, planned for safety, sits adjacent to the indoor/outdoor fitness center. The pool deck overlooks the new public plaza soon-to-be teeming with activity. The eighth-floor amenity deck boasts expansive views of the city with breathtaking sunsets enjoyed by its residents in intimate spaces with fire pits and lounge seating flanked by courtyard foliage.
When complete, the North Tower Apartments will complement the development with its unique living spaces and amenity offerings.
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Solis Chestnut Farm, located in Stallings, NC, – a suburb of Charlotte – will consist of 256 apartment units spread out between five apartment buildings, in addition to a designated retail space and free-standing clubhouse. The project will be built on 30.2 acres of land and will blend into it’s surrounding by harboring a rural design feel.
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In addition to designing Phase 1 and 2, Cline Design is completing Phase 3 of Addison Ridge Apartments located off All American Highway in Fayetteville, NC. The third phase will include 210 units across five buildings. A free standing amenity building will include 3,000-square-feet of office space for the client, and 4,000-square-feet of fitness space.
The Walker is an active participant in the revitalization of Cary’s town center and more specifically the new Downtown Cary Park. The project is comprised of 102,000 sf of office, 34,000 sf of retail and 153 residential units wrapping three sides of a 600-space downtown parking deck built for the new Cary Regional Library, the Cary Arts Center, and the Downtown Cary Park. Aesthetically, the project uses familiar architecture language as a base that is interrupted or contrasted with a more modern language, reflective of the town’s refocused energy within the town core. It’s a unification of historical identity and a forward looking vision.
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Meridian East Chatham is located at 229 East Chatham Street on 3-acres of undeveloped land in downtown Cary. There will be approximately 220 residential units, 7,500 square feet of amenity space and 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail.
Amenities will include a rooftop terrace, fitness center, pool house, dog park and several courtyards among other features. The project will also include a 348-space structured parking deck.
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Conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Charleston at 287 Huger Street, the development offers 190 studio, one- and two-bedroom units. With a highly visible location right off the main highway, this project introduces a modern approach to apartment living while taking into consideration the surrounding traditional architecture of Charleston. Amenities include a club room, business center, game room, fitness center with sauna, outdoor pool with full kitchens and fire pits. In addition, the outdoor plaza provides a walkway to the adjacent brewery.
Situated in the heart of Durham within walking distance to several retail and entertainment options, Solis Brightleaf apartments offer luxury living within an urban setting. With 194 studio-, one- and two-bedroom units, Brightleaf provides residents with several amenities including club and lounge areas, work stations,a fitness and yoga center, a coffee bar, and a large outdoor pool with patio.
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After an exciting and rewarding experience working with the Delta Gamma sisterhood, Cline Design created an environment to embrace and facilitate lasting friendships. The floor plan offers a grand stairway and foyer, large gathering rooms, commercial kitchen and large dining areas. The design incorporates secured access to all public, semi-private, and residential areas of house to ensure safety. Sustainable design strategies were incorporated throughout the design and construction process. The Delta Gamma House serves its students with an inviting public gathering space facing the great lawn, strong core including gathering rooms and commercial kitchen, and private study areas and outdoor gathering area in the rear of the house. In addition, there is ample storage on the ground level. The traditional design integrates an apartment with full amenities for a year-round House Director.
The Foster on the Park site is located directly adjacent to Durham Central Park and overlooks the Durham Farmer’s Market. Featuring ground floor retail and elevated residential terraces facing the park, this boutique mid-rise, mixed use apartment community will revitalize a formerly underutilized urban infill site. The design process included collaboration with the City of Durham and the Durham Central Park Board focusing on thoughtful place-making and integration with the surrounding urban spaces.
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The Easley is an upscale 300-unit apartment development located north of Winston-Salem’s BB&T Ballpark and bordered by First, Second, and Broad Streets. In addition to the residential units, a small public park is situated on the north end of the site plan and includes a bike path for city dwellers to connect through downtown Winston-Salem.
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The growing Zeta Beta chapter had outgrown their home. They were resourceful, using dining space as meeting space, eating in shifts to accommodate schedules for the multiple uses. The sisterhood and Cline Design collaborated to imagine a home that is timeless, elegant, and modern embracing the southern architectural context. As you enter, you’re greeted by a grand stair with adjacent gallery spaces. The dining room boasts a large commercial kitchen accommodating all 170 sisters for dinner. Cline Design programmed a dedicated chapter room with ritual closet and breakout spaces. Shared space was extended from the inside to new patios and balconies creating a flowing social space for events. There are 20 double-occupancy bedrooms with flexible storage space and a dedicated house mother suite.
Sojourn Glenwood Place constitutes the initial phase of a vibrant, mixed-use, master planned development along Glenwood Avenue just inside the I-440 Beltline. Residents enjoy resort-style amenities including a multilevel 9,000-square-foot clubhouse and leasing center, saltwater pool, entertainment pavilion and meditation courtyard. Available unit types range from studios to three-bedroom plans, and feature townhouses overlooking both the pool area and main street. Distinctive architectural detailing creates a lively façade, making the various interconnected buildings appear as though they were constructed over time.
Broadstone Durham is situated in the heart of Durham’s downtown just steps away from the vibrant bustle of downtown Durham’s Brightleaf Square, Central Park, the Durham Performing Arts Center, and the home of the Durham Bulls. The over 300-unit multifamily community is beaming with amenities including a central courtyard with saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen, and lounge areas. The skyline terrace showcases views of Durham. The resident lounge comes equipped with a game room, including skee-ball and arcade-style games, with seating areas for residents and guests. With bike storage, office space, dog grooming station, and a fitness space, this community is the perfect blend of live, work, and play.
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Anderson Flats, located in the heart of North Raleigh and just minutes from North Hills, provides a mix of studio, one and two bedroom apartments. The buildings are situated to face one another creating an active and inviting “main street”. The prominent corner offers outdoor gathering, clubhouse with gym, lounge area, study area, and leasing center.
Belvedere at Berewick is an upscale luxury community for active adults 55 years of age and older. Located in the outer loop of I-485, the complex is only half a mile away from Charlotte’s Premium Outlets and close by to Berewick Town Center.
One and two bedroom floor plans offer 9-foot ceilings, granite counter tops, and stainless steel appliances. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness and yoga studio, game room, community kitchen and lounge, outdoor verandas and more.
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The Boulevard is Detroit’s new, vibrant anchor development located in the prominent New Center neighborhood. The destination location is sited on 1.5 acres with easy access to surrounding neighborhoods and institutions. Filling a critical void on West Grand, the six-story, 207,000-square-foot mixed-use development boasts five levels of apartments over 17,500-square-feet of retail at its base. Residents can choose from 231 units including studios, one or two bedrooms as well as take advantage of modern amenities in the 8,000-square-feet courtyard and clubhouse.
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The Theta Theta Chapter at NC State University is continuing the long-standing traditions and founding principles through the construction of their new house at Greek Village. The three-level house will provide housing for 42 women. It features expansive porches and outdoor patio spaces along with a generous first floor dining room, commercial kitchen, and formal parlor. A two-story foyer boasts a monumental stair that connects the two levels of residential, club baths, and study spaces.
7.31.20 | “New Chapter Houses Near Completion in Greek Village” NC State University News
Harper Place is a located in West Ashley, South Carolina off of Bee’s Ferry Road and offers one-, two-, and three- bedroom floor plans. Only moments from downtown Charleston, residents receive modern upgrades with a southern low-country feel. Amenities include resort style pool, wellness and business center, coffee lounge, a relaxation courtyard and more.
Opening in the Fall of 2019, the new 5-story Delta Zeta Sorority Chapter House is the first new facility for the chapter since their original house was constructed in 1921. The new home is located on an urban and prominent corner in Champaign, Illinois, just blocks from the University of Illinois Quad and popular Green Street. The new house will sleep 50 women, will feature separate chapter room and dining to accommodate the full membership as well as formal and informal living spaces, study areas, spa club baths and other support/amenity spaces for the well-established sorority. The exterior design incorporates six columns to honor the original sorority founders with the brick, cast stone, and other design features to be compatible and yet unique with the surrounding college campus.
Located on a prominent corner of the historic Cameron Village shopping district, Crescent Cameron Village is an iconic mid-rise, mixed-use community designed to be LEED certified. The design introduces high density to the bustling retail center, while taking cues from the surrounding historic neighborhoods, creating a smooth transition into the shopping center. An active pedestrian scale streetscape creates a strong link between the existing mixed use area and the community courtyard.
Cline Design Associates provided Architecture, Interior Design and Land Planning for Diamond View II, a Class A, five story, 162,000 sf office building that serves as a backdrop as well as a gateway to the Durham Bulls Park. The project is centrally located adjacent to the Ball Park along with the American Tobacco Historic District and the Performing Arts Center. It is a speculative office building that contains multiple tenant floors that are connected on the First and Second Floors by a colonnaded common lobby that opens up to views of the ball park.
This design effort also included the coordination of urban master planning efforts for the area, and was designed to interconnect with public plazas, pedestrian promenades, and pedestrian oriented streetscapes.
Located in the heart of the vibrant North Hills Midtown District, The Cardinal at North Hills is a continuing care retirement community. The Cardinal CCRC provides of two wings with 165 independent living units, and healthcare wing comprised of 60 assisted living, skilled care, and memory support residences. A 35,500 SF clubhouse offers multiple community dining options, great room and large gathering spaces. The clubhouse also offers several amenities including fitness/wellness center with salt water pool, massage rooms, theater, art studio, library as well as a full service salon. Built to last, the structural frame is steel and concrete, utilizing high-efficiency glass and incorporating sustainable design strategies.
Stone Creek Village features an assembly of retail, office, housing, and dining in a village-like atmosphere. The buildings are designed to create a pedestrian-friendly environment by breaking down the building masses to human scale.? The project utilizes canopies, signage color, hardscape pattern, and materials as unifying elements throughout the project. Additional amenities include greenway paths, fountains, outdoor dining and seating, and a gathering plaza. The main village core is designed to maximize the exposure to the public right-of-way.
Located adjacent to the Ninth Street Commercial District and Duke University’s East Campus, Crescent Ninth Street will include 303 residential units on approximately 6 acres. The design of this project is being crafted to echo the unique historic qualities of this district both in form and material with particular emphasis placed on respecting the context of the adjacent historic hosiery mill. Rather than one monolithic building, the project has been designed with massing of several different buildings to provide an aesthetic feel that they could have been built over time. This massing also reflects the form of the adjacent mill building and the original factory that was on the site. Residential units are oriented around several themed courtyards and streetscapes that interconnect to Ninth Street as well as the adjacent restaurants, hotel and future grocery at Erwin Square.
This 203-unit, wood-framed, multi-family project is part of Grubb Properties’ Link apartment brand, and located in the vibrant Glenwood South district, a growing urban living community in the heart of Downtown Raleigh. Within walking distance to several shops, restaurants, and clubs, situated on a two-acre infill site, a density of over 101.5 units per acre is achieved with and integrated below and above grade parking deck for 243 cars. Six floors contain a diverse mix of studio, one and two-bedroom units. An integral clubhouse & leasing center contains ample space for resident gatherings, a complete fitness center, and a large outdoor pool & terrace area with a summer kitchen pavilion. The architectural design blends contemporary 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 Glenwood, Jones, Harrington, and West Streets as well as the immediate surrounding contextual area. Jones Street will be maintained as a “green street” by providing new tress and previous paving along portions of the sidewalk. In addition, new trees will be provided along West and Harrington Streets.
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..
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.
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.
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.