Posted on: June 21, 2022 Posted by: Hotel Transylvania Comments: 0

The project said CrowdStreet managing director Jesse Maas, “taps into a high demand for housing that reflects the changing preferences and needs of Charlotte residents.”

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“Charlotte overall has tremendous growth potential,” Maas said. “Phase I of this project already has demonstrated success, and demand appears strong for Phase II. The residential and retail development is transit-oriented, located in a highly desirable submarket. The strong partnership between Space Craft and Swinerton brings to bear the best of local development capability with national construction industry expertise. Coupled with a favorable land basis, many investors on CrowdStreet found the opportunity very attractive.”

“The borrower has designed a product that will truly differentiate itself within the Charlotte market and will be an excellent complement to Joinery Phase I,” JLL senior managing director Cory Fowler said. “Space Craft has done a phenomenal job of putting together a business plan that is thoughtful, creative and caters to the growing demand of technology-based renters. Furthermore, the project’s location adjacent to the Parkwood station will provide tenants a transit-oriented home with access to some of the largest and fastest-growing employment bases in the MSA.”                                                      

“We are thrilled for the support we have received from investors and grateful for a rewarding partnership with JLL Capital Markets,” said Harrison Tucker, CEO and co-founder of Space Craft. “This funding will allow us to advance our vision to build vibrant, open, walkable communities that redefine the urban landscape of Charlotte while setting the foundation to grow pedestrian-friendly development across regions.”