CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Development plans for dozens of new townhouse and apartment projects across Charlotte and the surrounding area progressed in April.
Apartment projects that are slated to move forward in the coming months include Northwood Ravin’s long-planned mixed-use development that’ll add about 300 units near the Lynx Blue Line Scaleybark Station, a 151-unit building on the Johnston Mill site in NoDa and a 221-unit complex off North Tryon Street near the University area.
As for townhouses, several projects are in the works that will result in hundreds of new units in the Queen City, including in parts of lower South End, south Charlotte and North End, as well as west and north of the city.
The active pipeline of such development extends to the greater Charlotte area, where nearby communities such as Cornelius, Kannapolis, Salisbury, Kings Mountain, Monroe and Rock Hill are seeing new townhouse and apartment projects.
Also in the region, there are multiple single-family residential developments proposed or on the way for areas like Concord, Statesville, Pineville, Monroe, Fort Mill and Lancaster.
And about a half-dozen of the local projects reported on by CBJ last month include a senior-living component. One senior-housing developer in particular, New York-based Clover Group, is under contract on multiple land sites in the Charlotte region. It has plans for as many as 10 age-restricted apartment communities in the Charlotte metro over the next several years.
CBJ’s real estate roundup provides a closer look at the plethora of residential developments planned or underway across the Charlotte area. Check it out here.
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