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Atlanta developer to build 300 apartments in Indian Land
Charlotte Business Journal  |  July 12, 2018

Ken Elkins Senior Staff Writer

An Atlanta apartment community developer that’s become active in Charlotte has planned 300 apartments along U.S. Highway 521 in Indian Land.

 

Pollack Shores Real Estate Group has bought land for an apartment community called The Mason as Six Mile Creek. It will encompass 398,000 square feet, says Palmer McArthur, Pollack Shores’ vice president of development.

 

“A fast-growing job base, proximity to major employers and strong demand for luxury multifamily housing were all factors for pursuing this opportunity,” McArthur says.

 

The units in Indian Land will range from one to three bedrooms. Inside, apartments will have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, shaker cabinets, subway tile backsplashes and walk-in closets. Outside amenities will include a fitness center with a yoga room, a coworking loft, outdoor kitchen and grilling areas and a pool with a sundeck.

 

Construction is scheduled to begin later this month, Pollack Shores says. Preston Partnership is the architect and designer. LandDesign is serving as the civil engineering and landscape architect.

 

In Charlotte, Pollack Shores plans to build 330 apartments on 28 acres in Berewick Town Center, which is located in the Steele Creek area of the city. It also is building a 350-unit apartment community on West Tremont Avenue, between South Tryon and Hawkins streets in South End.

 

In 2013, the company stationed a regional vice president in Charlotte to scout for apartments to buy and sites to develop greenfield apartment projects, which are built on property that is ready for development.

 

Pollack Shores is active in the Southeast and West. It now owns $1.6 billion in assets from Richmond, Virginia, to Dallas and Orlando.