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Luxury apartment community in southwest Charlotte provides 288 one- and two-bedroom units

Multifamily Housing

Luxury apartment community in southwest Charlotte provides 288 one- and two-bedroom units

Each of the six buildings will offer 28 corner units.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | April 10, 2018
Sycamore at Tyvola clubhouse
Sycamore at Tyvola clubhouse

Sycamore at Tyvola, a new luxury apartment complex from developer Switzenbaum and Associates, will soon open to residents on a 32-acre parcel of land in Southwest Charlotte. The gated community will offer 288 one- and two-bedroom units that feature upscale amenities, controlled access, elevator service, yoga, barre and spin studios, a pool, and expansive green space.

The Schwam Architects-designed complex complements the unique topography of the site and has a layout that includes twice as many corner units as a typical multifamily complex. Each of the six three-story buildings at Sycamore at Tyvola will include 28 corner units with panoramic views.

 

Aerial view of Sycamore at TyvolaCourtesy of Sycamore at Tyvola.

 

Apartment units will range in size from 792 sf to 1,211 sf and include granite countertops, a tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in closets. Community amenities will include a rock garden, pond, walking trail, swimming pool, and a putting green. The on-site fitness facility includes a yoga and barre studio and a spin studio with on-demand classes available to residents.

Urbanik interiors designed the clubhouse and common areas in the apartment buildings. Sycamore at Tyvola will open for tours and leasing opportunities in mid-April 2018.

 

Sycamore living roomCourtesy of Sycamore at Tyvola.

 

Sycamore at Tyvola PoolCourtesy of Sycamore at Tyvola.

 

Sycamore at Tyvola BedroomCourtesy of Sycamore at Tyvola.

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