Amid the sea of apartment complexes that have sprung up along the light-rail line in South End, a local developer is launching a for-sale condominium project in that rapidly evolving neighborhood. It marks the first project for newly formed development company Fulcrum, led by principals Shawn McAllister and Denise Abood, according to a press release this week.
Dubbed The Fulcrum, the project involves a four-story, mixed-use building at 1900 S. Tryon St., just south of West Worthington Avenue and a short walk from the East/West Boulevard Station on the Charlotte Area Transit System’s Lynx Blue Line. It will include 45 one- and two-bedroom units, with prices starting in the low $300,000s, as well as an amenity deck and green space. Units are expected to deliver in the fall of 2021.
“We’re making unique condos available in one of the hottest parts of the city, which has not been an option in this way before. It’s time for Charlotte residents to own a piece of South End,” McAllister says in the release, which also hints at more projects in the firm’s pipeline. “From the ground up, we’ve innovated our processes to create a fun and informative real estate purchase experience for our buyers.”
There’s a promotional video here that shows the development’s location relative to center city and what it will look like when finished.
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