North Carolina Communities
50 West Fourth Residences
50 West Fourth St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Originally the Forsyth County Courthouse, 50 West Fourth Residences is centrally located in the business district of Winston-Salem and is surrounded by both historic and modern office buildings. This Downtown landmark was converted in 2015 and is now home to 58 one-of-a-kind studio-, one-, two-, and three-bedroom luxury apartments. Every apartment features modern finishes like granite countertops and stainless steel appliances as well as unique, historic features. Residents also enjoy complimentary amenities such as a 24/7 fitness center, lounge, craft coffee bar, and game room.
The Lofts at Hawthorne Mill
1101 Hawthorne Ln, Charlotte, NC 28205
We’ve breathed new life into the 120-year-old former Louise Cotton Mill. The Lofts at Hawthorne Mill consists of 149 luxury, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments. You will find unique features throughout the building including exposed brick walls, spiral ductwork, 12’ arched windows, original hardwood floors and tall ceilings with exposed wooden beams. Outside of your beautiful home, enjoy amenities including a pool with tanning shelf, outdoor fire pits, outdoor grills, 2,500 sq ft resident lounge, cafe and workout center.
May Hosiery Lofts
144 4th St, Burlington, NC 27215
May Hosiery Lofts was once the premier textile factory in Burlington but now consists of 67 studio, 1- and 2- bedroom lofts. You will find unique features throughout the building including exposed brick walls, spiral ductwork, 12’ arched windows, original hardwood floors, and tall ceilings with exposed wooden beams. Whether you’re keen on curling up with a cup of joe next to a cozy fire pit, itching to work on your grill game and catch the real game on the rooftop deck, or looking to grab a free weight in the fitness center because you skipped the gym four days in a row, May Hosiery Lofts has your bases covered.
Winston Factory Lofts
675 N Main St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Originally built in 1920 by the P. H. Hanes Company for textile manufacturing, we converted these majestic industrial buildings into 171 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes. Construction involved all new mechanical and fire alarm systems, roof, skylight and window replacement, restoration of the façade, and new main entrance foyer accessing a new lobby and lounge. We introduced contemporary architectural features throughout while preserving the attractive historic character of the buildings.