Real estate roundup: A look at the Charlotte area's latest residential projects

Real estate roundup: A look at the Charlotte area's latest residential projects

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — From townhouses and apartments to single-family homes, a plethora of projects should bring a mix of more housing options to the Charlotte area in the future.

Local homebuilder Saussy Burbank is growing Charlotte’s stock of townhouses with the second phase of its NoDa development called Highland Park. Eighteen new units are in the works now to bring the total number of for-sale townhouses there to 33.

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A national homebuilder also has begun construction farther out in the Charlotte area. Scottsdale, Arizona-based Taylor Morrison Home Corp. (NYSE: TMHC) is adding 39 homes, with prices starting in the $400,000s, at a neighborhood in Weddington — located about 20 miles southeast of Charlotte.

And, in what likely comes as no surprise to Charlotteans, more apartments will be added to the Queen City’s pipeline.

Charlotte developer Northwood Ravin has just finalized plans for 200-plus upscale apartments at Ballantyne Corporate Park that are slated to come online in 2021. And two rezoning petitions approved at Charlotte City Council’s meeting in September also are expected to bring more than 200 apartments combined, the bulk of which will be affordable units, near uptown.

Check out this slideshow for a closer look at the single-family residential and multifamily developments either planned or underway across the Charlotte market.