More than $1M in permits awarded for South End town homes
CHARLOTTE – Construction has started on Phase 2 of a $20 million town home project in South End.
Mecklenburg County issued permits on Dec. 20 for eight town homes in Phase 2 of The Cottages on Euclid project, which is on Euclid Avenue, between Tremont and McDonald avenues in South End, according to the county permits database. The Phase 2 permits are valued at $1.4 million.
Wendy Field, principal of Euclid LLC, the project’s developer, said the project will be built in three phases. The first phase, which consists of five town homes, began in September and is scheduled to be finished in March. The most recent permits were for Phase 2, which Field said would be finished in May or June. There is still another phase, with five more town homes, that has yet to be permitted.
On Thursday, construction workers were at the site of the town homes, which has been cleared, grated and had water lines installed.
The permits issued on Dec. 20 show three of the Phase 2 town homes are valued at $193,952 and the other five are valued at $180,000. Four of the town homes will be 2,100 square feet and have three bedrooms and four will be 1,900 square feet with two bedrooms.
Field said the total development cost for the Cottages would be about $20 million. She said that the town homes will sell for between $335,000 and $460,000, depending on square footage.
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