Luxury multifamily project by Miller-Valentine Group opening this week

The first lux­u­ry mul­ti­fam­i­ly devel­op­ment by the Char­lotte office of Miller-Valen­tine Group is open­ing this week.

Beck­ett Farms, at 1111 Gen­nett Cir­cle near the inter­sec­tion of Gold Hill Road and Inter­state 77 in Fort Mill, will open with an event at 6 p.m. on Thurs­day. The 280-unit devel­op­ment broke ground last sum­mer.

Charles Rulick, vice pres­i­dent of mul­ti­fam­i­ly devel­op­ment at Miller-Valen­tine, said in a state­ment that, with Beck­ett Farms, the firm hoped to com­bine mod­ern apart­ment liv­ing with a prime Fort Mill loca­tion, which is sur­round­ed by a creek and wood­ed area.

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Wood Partners starting construction at Brevard and 25th Streets in Charlotte

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An Atlanta-based devel­op­er is kick­ing off con­struc­tion on new apart­ments next to the Blue Line light rail exten­sion, in the Opti­mist Park neigh­bor­hood near NoDa.

Wood Part­ners has closed on its acqui­si­tion of a 2.3-acre site, pay­ing more than $5.3 mil­lion for land at 25th and Bre­vard streets. That’s next to the 25th Street light rail sta­tion, set to start pas­sen­ger ser­vice by March 2018. The site is cur­rent­ly used as a truck yard.

The com­pa­ny is build­ing a 261-unit apart­ment build­ing, which has yet to be named. Wood Part­ners expects to com­plete the apart­ments by ear­ly 2019. Ameni­ties will include a salt­wa­ter pool, lounge, game room and pub­lic kitchen area for res­i­dents.


Work begins on $35 million, new downtown luxury apartments in Triad

The West End in down­town Win­ston-Salem will be home to a new lux­u­ry apart­ment com­mu­ni­ty.

West End Sta­tion, a 229-unit build­ing with mod­ern ameni­ties, includ­ing enclosed park­ing, salt­wa­ter swim­ming pool, fit­ness cen­ter, ele­vat­ed and land­scaped court­yards, is sched­uled to open in about two years, accord­ing to devel­op­ers DPJ Res­i­den­tial and Chaucer Creek Cap­i­tal

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Get ready for more construction on Stonewall Street: New apartments are starting in February

The busiest street for devel­op­ment in Char­lotte is about to see anoth­er project kick off: Prof­fitt Dixon has closed on the pur­chase of its Stonewall Street site and plans to start con­struc­tion in Feb­ru­ary.

The Mon­tage, as the project is known, will be on the for­mer site of the Actor’s The­atre and an adja­cent par­cel of vacant land next door that was owned by the city of Char­lotte. Prof­fitt Dixon bought both sites, total­ing about 2.6 acres, for $8.6 mil­lion this week. Designed by Axiom Archi­tec­ture, the Mon­tage is expect­ed to total 230 units, with ground-floor retail.

Prof­fitt Dixon expects the first apart­ments will be avail­able in late 2018. The Mon­tage apart­ments are the sec­ond build­ing the Char­lotte-based com­pa­ny has devel­oped on Stonewall Street. A few blocks away, at Stonewall and McDow­ell streets, Prof­fitt Dixon devel­oped the Pres­ley apart­ments.

The market’s response to our Pres­ley project at Stonewall and McDow­ell has been remark­able,” said man­ag­ing prin­ci­pal Stu­art Prof­fitt. “That expe­ri­ence has made us eager to be a part of the district’s con­tin­u­ing evo­lu­tion.”

The south side of Stonewall Street is set to com­plete­ly trans­form in the next few years. From Bank of Amer­i­ca Sta­di­um east, in order:

▪ Lin­coln Har­ris is build­ing a major mixed-use devel­op­ment on the for­mer site of the Observ­er, start­ing with a 30-sto­ry office build­ing.

▪ Cres­cent Com­mu­ni­ties is plan­ning a mixed-use devel­op­ment and office tow­er called Try­on Place.

▪ Cres­cent is build­ing a Whole Foods-anchored devel­op­ment with 450 apart­ments and two hotels next to the Blue Line light rail, called Cres­cent Stonewall Sta­tion.

▪ North­wood Ravin last week kicked off a high-rise apart­ment devel­op­ment that will include 421 apart­ments.

▪ Then there’s Mon­tage, this Prof­fitt Dixon project.

▪ BK Part­ners is plan­ning to buy and rede­vel­op the coun­ty-owned Bob Wal­ton Plaza build­ing as part of its Brook­lyn Vil­lage plan.

For those keep­ing track, yes, almost every sin­gle tract of land on Stonewall Street between the sta­di­um and the I-277 loop is being rede­vel­oped. The one excep­tion is the West­in hotel, which is stay­ing put – but direct­ly behind it and just off Stonewall Street, the 615 South Col­lege office tow­er is near­ing com­ple­tion.

Betting big on South End

Char­lotte archi­tect and devel­op­er David Fur­man brought an ini­tial con­cept for what would even­tu­al­ly become Cam­den Gallery to Cam­den Prop­er­ty Trust in 2012. It was an oppor­tu­ni­ty the firm’s prin­ci­pals couldn’t pass up, espe­cial­ly con­sid­er­ing its loca­tion on the LYNX Blue Line in boom­ing South End.

We already had a great pres­ence in the South End sub­mar­ket and anoth­er site in pre-design, so it was a quadru­ple-down in the mar­ket,” said Will Smith, direc­tor of real estate invest­ments at Cam­den.

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A new generation of tenants at 1616 Center

When it deliv­ered late last year, 1616 Cen­ter addressed two needs in South End — cre­ative office space and ground-floor shops. Designed by David Fur­man, the 76,000-square-foot mixed-use project, devel­oped by Char­lotte-based Bea­con Part­ners, was envi­sioned as a unique prod­uct that would visu­al­ly reflect the neighborhood’s dynam­ic char­ac­ter and serve a need in the mar­ket. The build­ing quick­ly leased up.

The five-sto­ry build­ing sits at one of South End’s prime inter­sec­tions, next to Price’s Chick­en Coop at Cam­den Road and Kingston Avenue. Adding to its val­ue is its prox­im­i­ty to the LYNX Blue Line, steps away from the building’s front door and an eas­i­ly mar­ketable ameni­ty for retail and office ten­ants alike.

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Charlotte construction firm upfits 1930s-era hangar for new office

Char­lotte gen­er­al con­trac­tor Edi­fice Inc. recent­ly made a move from one adap­tive-reuse office space to anoth­er in South End.

Edi­fice relo­cat­ed this week from the for­mer Coca-Cola bot­tling plant on West More­head Street to the build­ing at 4111 South Blvd., a struc­ture built as two air­plane hangars in the 1930s. The 20,000-square-foot build­ing was dis­man­tled and moved in 1955 to its cur­rent loca­tion in the Sca­ley­bark part of South End, where it has since housed a crane-rental com­pa­ny, a tile shop and a box­ing gym.

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10 Tryon is picking up steam again with some big changes

The project, as pre­vi­ous­ly report­ed, will con­sist of two phas­es of office, retail and a Pub­lix. The first phase will con­sist of near­ly 90,000 square feet of of Class A office space.

What I love about it is that it stays true to the North Try­on vision. It’s not gigan­tic, the mass­ing aligns per­fect­ly with the Sky­house build­ings, the archi­tec­ture is unique and col­or­ful — and most of all, it’s inter­est­ing.

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Ten Tryon to add ‘non-corporate’ office space, full-service grocer to uptown


A project set to break ground next year could help cat­alyze momen­tum in north­ern uptown, which has lagged in devel­op­ment as the rest of cen­ter city booms.

A mixed-use devel­op­ment called 10 Try­on, led by David Fur­man of Cen­tro City­works and Charles Camp­bell of Flag­ship Cap­i­tal Part­ners, is planned for 631 N. Try­on St., between Ninth and 10th streets — a 1.4-acre site adja­cent to Sky­House Uptown. Cen­tro and Flag­ship are under con­tract to pur­chase the prop­er­ty.

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