CHARLOTTE, NC | ±18.87 Acre Multifamily Opportunity Zone Development
Key Investment Highlights
- ±18.87 Acre Infill Entitled Garden Multifamily development opportunity located in an opportunity zone 1.5 miles from Uptown and in the North End submarket of Charlotte, NC.
- Convenient access to major highways, 10 minutes from Charlotte Douglas International Airport, and 5 minutes from Uptown, Charlotte’s central business district.
- North End is a quickly developing and bustling submarket that is becoming increasingly walkable, with some of the city’s best new developments and adaptive reuse projects just steps from the property.
- 3-Building Development will likely have 332 units, including Studios, 1 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms and 3 bedrooms.
- Fully zoned and entitled for the garden multifamily development.
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3245 Statesville Ave.,
Charlotte, NC 28206
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