Upscale townhouse development planned for Charleston’s lower peninsula
By Warren Wise, The Post and Courier
Charleston’s upper peninsula is teeming with new mid-rise apartment developments, and another is on the way.
Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Real Estate Group plans to build a 231-unit complex at 107 Brigade St., just off North Morrison Drive. It’s expected to open in July 2019.
Several other apartment communities are planned for the NoMo area as well, including a 275-unit complex also rising at another parcel on 107 Brigade St. It’s called Foundry Point and is the $65 million project of Middle Street Partners and Charlotte-based White Point Partners with funding by Federal Capital Partners of Maryland.
Pollack’s plans for the former steel yard site just northeast of Foundry Point call for 10 three- and four-story, garden-style apartment buildings. It will include 36 studio units, 114 one-bedroom units and 81 two-bedroom units.
Features include 9-foot ceilings, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a mixture of luxury vinyl plank flooring and carpeting, along with patio French doors that open to private balconies.
Amenities will include an upscale pool courtyard with multiple outdoor grilling stations, clubroom, fitness center and yoga studio along with vehicle charging stations.