Charlotte Business Journal, Ashley Fahey
A Charlotte homebuilder is launching sales this week on another townhouse community in the Queen City.
Hopper Communities is building six, three-story townhouses at the intersection of Park and Reece roads in a community called Myers Park Terraces. The three-bedroom homes will range in size from 2,070 to 2,127 square feet and start in the mid-$600,000 range.
Myers Park Terraces, located immediately west of Myers Park and south of Sedgefield and Dilworth, will include two open floorplans with features like a rooftop terrace, two-car garage, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, rain showers in the master bedroom, quartz countertops in the bathrooms and large kitchen islands. The homes will also include tech features like Nest Thermostat, Nest Cam, Nest Hello and Nest Secure.
Homes at Myers Park Terrace will begin delivering in the first quarter of 2019.
Kevin Thompson at Helen Adams Realty is handling sales at Myers Park Terraces. Hopper Communities and Helen Adams Realty will host a sales kickoff event for the community at 4 p.m. on Thursday at RockSalt.
Myers Park Terraces is the latest boutique, for-sale residential development to hit the market in Charlotte. Other area homebuilders are building condos and townhouses in infill locations like Myers Park, Eastover and Foxcroft, with price points well above $500,000 and, in some cases, in excess of $1 million. Luxury rentals continue to be popular in those submarkets, too.
In Charlotte, Hopper Communities’ other urban projects include Uptown West, Southpoint at Southend and Grandin Heights. The homebuilder has also built single-family homes and suburban product regionally as well as out-of-state.