Terwilliger Pappas Breaks Ground on 184-Unit Solis Dilworth
- Apr 18, 2014
Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners has broken ground on Charlotte’s newest apartment community, the 184-unit Solis Dilworth.
Located on a 2.2-acre lot in Charlotte’s Uptown, Solis Dilworth will feature craftsman style architecture that will harmonize with the neighborhood’s look and feel, while also setting the community apart from other infill projects. The five-story luxury apartment complex will comprise studio, one- and two-bedroom units set around a central courtyard featuring a resort-style saltwater pool and cabana. Further community amenities include a fitness center with yoga studio, game rooms, lounge and pet grooming and exercise facilities.
Aside from its luxury amenities and finishes, Solis Dilworth’s other major draw is its venue. Located at Morehead Street at Kenilworth Avenue, the community is adjacent to Carolina Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the Carolinas, and is conveniently located to Uptown Charlotte’s major employers, the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and a bevy of retail and entertainment options that will appeal toresidents looking to be close to both work and entertainment.
According to Terwilliger Pappas COO Alan Dean, the neighborhood’s walkability and overall charm is also expected to be a draw.
“Dilworth is a nationally recognized neighborhood with a great blend of amenities including streets lined by large oak trees and the many cafes, shops and recreational amenities that are within walking distance,” he says.
General contractor Adolfson and Peterson, architecture firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio and landscape architecture and engineering firm Cole Jenest Stone are part of the Solis Dilworth project team.
Other apartment projects by Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners include the currently leasing 239-unit Solis Sharon Square in South Charlotte and the 280-unit Solis Downwood in Atlanta’s Buckhead District, which recently broke ground (details here).
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