NoDa is quickly becoming one of the most desirable areas of Charlotte, thanks in large part to the new light rail line and all the new breweries and restaurants coming to the area.
According to today’s press release, Saussy Burbank is about to start selling homes in their latest NoDa development – Highland Park.
“NoDa is Charlotte’s best example of urban lifestyle in its truest form. We saw an opportunity to bring an important hallmark of modern urbanism there – the classic townhouse common to downtown districts in New York, Philadelphia, Washington or other great American cities,” commented Saussy Burbank’s president Bob Zweier.
The new ‘mill-style’ townhomes will start in the low $500,000s.
The prices are a little surprising, in my opinion, considering the homes across the street have been selling for considerably less (2838 N. Brevard sold on August 2nd, 2017 for $150,000, and 2824 N. Brevard sold on Oct 18th, 2011 for $61,500);
The entire Highland Park development will include 33 3-bedroom, 3 1/2-bathroom townhouses – each with its own two-car garage and porch.
According to Saussy Burbank’s website, “Interior design features include brick accent walls, cable rail stairs, site-finished hardwoods, Bosch appliances and quartz countertops.”
They will be hosting an open house event starting at Heist Brewery on Wednesday, September 27th from 5-7PM.