Two Charlotte real estate firms have teamed up to develop 29 townhomes in South End at Doggett and Hawkins streets.
The townhomes are being developed by Helix Development Team, a joint venture of BPA Residential and Selwyn Property Group.
Pre-sales for the townhomes, which will replace a former book-binding warehouse, will begin April 30, and the sales will be handled by My Townhome Realty. Demolition of the warehouse is underway.
Six floor plans will be available, including one-, two-, and three-bedroom units with options for one- and two-car garages. The units will range from 1,038 square feet to 2,137 square feet, and pricing will range from the low $200,000s to the mid $400,000s, according to a release.
“Helix SouthEnd will provide an option for those renting in the neighborhood to have their own space with no one living over or under them,” said James Cole, founder of BPA Residential, in a statement. “By bringing this community online right now, we can offer much more attractive and livable homes than current apartments or the for-sale product from the pre-recession era.”
The townhomes will be built by Carocon Corp. Axiom Architecture handled the townhomes’ exterior design and the interiors were designed by Simply Made Spaces, according to a release.