Selling Your Home in 1st Ward in Cityview Townes?
Cityview Townes is a three story development located in the heart of The Garden District.
Built in 2003, this mid-rise condo community offers a tri-level floor plan with 2 and 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. This open design was created by the David Furman, an architect and Charlotte native.
Furman has become a housing specialist with over 35 years of experience in designing and developing thousands of units, in projects of all scales, through-
Cityview townhomes have over 1,250 square feet of heated living area, a parking space, and a patio. Some of the units feature rooftop terraces, private patios, and 10 foot ceilings.
The units also feature hardwood floors, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances.
Units here are priced between the low to mid $200,000's.
I had five offers three days after the house went on the market and a firm contract in less than a week! The sale closed successfully three weeks later.
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Cityview Townes ~ Charlotte NC?
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What can you buy in Charlotte's Cityview Townes 1st Ward?
There is an area called the Garden District in the 1st Ward where you can buy a single family home. The home prices here start at around $450,000 and up. Most people live in townhomes and condominiums in the 1st Ward. This is the perfect place for you if you love urban living!
Some of the condos come with 1-car garages which is a real treat in an urban district. You can get a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home right now for about $325,000 on M Street. Some of these condos have full views of the Uptown skyline. When you look for a home, condo, or townhome in the 1st Ward, expect multi-levels. There is a condominium right now being offered for sale and it is a 3 story condo.
Communities in the 1st Ward:
When buying this house, Nancy went above and beyond in finding a contractor to renovate the house and then staying on the contractor to ensure that every detail was taken care of. I was more than pleased with how it turned out and especially how well this house is doing. It was a great recommendation to buy it and great follow up all the way through completion of the renovation.
More about the 1st Ward in Uptown ~ Charlotte NC.
The 1st District is nicknamed: The Garden District
Charlotte Uptown's First Ward Community is the first of the four Wards in Uptown Charlotte NC. Each Ward has its own distinct personality but First Ward is where it all starts.
First Ward's boundaries are E Trade St., N Tryon St., and I-277 (an urban loop highway).
First Ward in Uptown Charlotte NC is an award-winning mixed income district and is home to approximately 1,000 residents.
First Ward has come a long way in terms of development over the past 10 years, bringing in more residential homes and entertainment venues.
This community began as a vacant land with public housing and now has transformed into planned development by The Charlotte Housing Authority and Bank of America.
With the help of a $41.6 million HUD HOPE VI grant, First Ward is now fully developed and sprawling with new condos, townhomes, commercial buildings and universities.
Many new developments are still underway and currently under construction, including Levine Properties' new urban village project which is the UNC Charlotte's new academic building.
Plans for the urban village include 2,700 residential units, 250 hotel rooms, 450,000 sq ft of office space, 250,000 sq ft of retail space, a 4-acre park, and 450,000 sq ft of civic space.
Part of this recent development includes the Spirit Square Arts Center, Time Warner Arena,the Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Levine Museum of the New South, Courtside Condos and the new UNCC (University of North Carolina Charlotte) Academic Building which is part of an Urban Village Project.