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The Joinery is a walkable, mixed-use, mixed-income infill project alongside Charlotte's light rail corridor where residents will enjoy a refined living experience through thoughtful design, tech-forward conveniences, and a sustainability-driven ethos.

Charlotte’s extended LYNX Blue Line rail corridor has fueled opportunity to serve longtime residents and new transplants alike who don’t need a car to get around locally. Urban forms in walkable neighborhoods generate tight-knit communities, social interactions, and access to diverse experiences. The Joinery is a boutique apartment development crafted for urbanites who want to participate in such an environment. Residents of this new development will be able to walk or bike to a variety of convenient amenities or cross the street to ride the light rail—a quick walk from the Parkwood and 25th Street stations and minutes from the 36th Street station.

The “front door” of the development has 2000sf of retail space on the ground floor, offering a community-centric space where customers can begin and end their day in a place that is creative, authentic and steps from home. It increases the range of housing options available in the neighborhood, with 83 residential units comprised of studio, one and two bedroom plans, totaling 66,550sf among five stories—minimizing energy use from housing and transportation, and preserving the land.

This development has no parking deck for cars. It offers bike storage space in units and on the lower floor for the apartments. There is also electric bike and electric car sharing for residents, adding to the level of sustainable choices for transportation and reduction of air pollution. All units feature smart thermostats to promote energy efficiency. There is extensive glass throughout and planned rooftop solar as a renewable energy source. NoDa is a historic arts district with an established sense of place and abundance of art galleries. Portions of exterior facade of The Joinery features hand painted murals by artist Katie Merz, adding to NoDa's eclectic cultural cachet, nodding to the district’s history and culture.

Charlotte’s extended LYNX Blue Line rail corridor has fueled opportunity to serve longtime residents and new transplants alike who don’t need a car to get around locally. Urban forms in walkable neighborhoods generate tight-knit communities, social interactions, and access to diverse experiences. The Joinery is a boutique apartment development crafted for urbanites who want to participate in such an environment. Residents of this new development will be able to walk or bike to a variety of convenient amenities or cross the street to ride the light rail—a quick walk from the Parkwood and 25th Street stations and minutes from the 36th Street station.

The “front door” of the development has 2000sf of retail space on the ground floor, offering a community-centric space where customers can begin and end their day in a place that is creative, authentic and steps from home. It increases the range of housing options available in the neighborhood, with 83 residential units comprised of studio, one and two bedroom plans, totaling 66,550sf among five stories—minimizing energy use from housing and transportation, and preserving the land.

This development has no parking deck for cars. It offers bike storage space in units and on the lower floor for the apartments. There is also electric bike and electric car sharing for residents, adding to the level of sustainable choices for transportation and reduction of air pollution. All units feature smart thermostats to promote energy efficiency. There is extensive glass throughout and planned rooftop solar as a renewable energy source. NoDa is a historic arts district with an established sense of place and abundance of art galleries. Portions of exterior facade of The Joinery features hand painted murals by artist Katie Merz, adding to NoDa's eclectic cultural cachet, nodding to the district’s history and culture.

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