The development, named Lumina Townhomes, is on South Church Street between Summit Avenue and Bland Street. Vertical construction will begin in January.
“Our goal was to have three units under contract when we broke ground, so it was very encouraging to have seven,” said Tim McCollum, principal of Revolve Residential.
The town homes each will be about 2,100 square feet with three bedrooms, three baths, and a two-car side-by-side garage. Some units will have a view of Charlotte’s skyline.
The contemporary town homes will have fenced front courtyards and two balconies on the front of each unit. The sunken main level lounge features an 8-foot-tall, 9-foot-wide sliding door onto the balcony to create an indoor-outdoor space. Kitchens will offer a dine-in island with quartz countertops, Bosch induction cooktops and modern cabinetry.
Master retreat design features include wallmounted faucets, 12-foot vaulted master ceilings, backlit mirrors and a full ceramic tile shower room with a flat pebble floor that emulates a spa-like feel.
The development is designed by 505 Design and FMK Architecture, planned and engineered by LandDesign, and being built by Copper Builders.