Rock Hill, SC
558 Herlong Avenue
Sales Center: 2685 Celanese Rd. Ste. 127
Community Curator: Melanie Adams
Imagine a townhome community bursting with gardens and gathering areas that allows you to walk to work or a nearby restaurant. At Allston Community, quaint farmhouse-style dwellings welcome you home. Located near up-and-coming historic downtown Rock Hill’s shopping and dining district, you’ll be near everything you want yet able to enjoy a sense of community.
At Allston, you’ll spend time in nature and get to know your neighbors. Our spacious farmhouse-style townhomes create an environment of relaxation and ease at the end of a long day. Allston will include 97 townhomes as well as shops and services along Herlong Avenue.
The community’s convenient location in historic Rock Hill brings holiday festivals, strolls along the Catawba River, sporting events and museums all to your backyard. Because nothing’s simpler than a life well lived.
Community Curator: Mike Kerrigan
At Tennyson, human relationships are their own kind of poetry. Discover a community just minutes from the lively streets of downtown Matthews where neighbors bond while exploring trails or warming up over a fire pit. Rooted in traditional design, our modern farmhouse-style homes deliver the serene simplicity you’ve been craving near all the things you love.
Tennyson is a storied community where architecture and master planning blend to create a dynamic place to call home. Our home style designs have porches built for authentic conversations with views of parks, gardens and greenways because our community loves what grows organically.
Life at Cedar Ridge will return you to a simpler time when neighbors knew each other and the grocery store was just a short walk away. Enjoy ample green space and walking trails at home and explore the best the Queen City has to offer minutes from your doorstep. Our townhomes feature a quaint modern farmhouse look, master suite downstairs and other designer touches, so you’ll love where you live.
Cedar Ridge is a community that feels like a breath of fresh air in a fast-paced world. Living in our townhomes means watching sun rises and sunsets from your front porch and walking to the local movie theater and ice cream shop. The best of Charlotte’s restaurants, entertainment and nightlife is at your fingertips, while nature’s beauty awaits you at home.
Mint Hill, NC
When F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote “The Great Gatsby” – considered by many to be the quintessential American novel – he said he wanted to create “something new – something extraordinary and beautiful and simple and intricately patterned.”
Inspired by the poetically profound words of Fitzgerald, the concept of Gatsby Community was born. A modern farmhouse-style townhome community with intricately designed interiors…something new and beautiful for the town of Mint Hill. Walk to downtown Mint Hill’s shops and restaurants as well as the Irvin Creek Greenway, which will stretch 1.5 miles and connect to the 5.5-mile McAlpine Creek Greenway and the Carolina Thread Trail. Live within one of Mecklenburg County’s best school districts and enjoy an easy commute to Uptown. Discover something new, something extraordinary and beautiful, at Gatsby.
Uncustomary townhomes for the counterculture of Charlotte.
“Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.”
Within an intimate neighborhood setting, East Market Townhomes create a true sense of community and togetherness in the most diverse area of Charlotte.
Tucked off Kilborne Drive, East Market Townhomes features 18 homes in an up-and-coming area just east of Plaza Midwood. The community offers easy access to a variety of restaurants and shops and just a 12-minute commute to Uptown Charlotte.
Head over to Kilborne District Park, which includes trails, playing fields and one of the top disc golf courses in the city, or explore the city’s past at the Charlotte Museum of History and the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, which dates back to 1774 and is the oldest surviving structure in Mecklenburg County.