Axios Charlotte, Brianna Crane
Why it matters: With inventory as low as it is, even luxury listings are hard to come by in Charlotte. If you search Myers Park on Zillow, only 30 homes come up.
Community plan: The units will be released in three phases. Once complete, there will be five layouts to choose from with three- and four-bedroom options. Homes range from around 2,300-3,500 square feet.
Price: Homes start at $929,000 for a 2,394-square-foot, 3-bed, 3.5-bath model. The larger floor plans are priced up to $1.2 million.
Design: The exterior is inspired by the English countryside, and the interiors are fresh and airy. Expect luxury finishes like hand-scraped, 5-inch hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings, quartz countertops and porcelain tile and backsplashes.
Who’s buying: Hopper said those who’ve shown interest so far run the gamut. He’s talked to local folks who want a second home, people from as far as New York or L.A., and young families.
Timeline: The first phase should be complete by the end of 2021. The other units will be done in 2022.
Location: The Nolen is near the corner of Selwyn Avenue and Runnymede Lane.
*image credit: Axios Charlotte