DAS ARCHITECTURE, INC.
| 1009 East BoulevardCharlotte, North Carolina 28203
This residential infill project, located on a corner lot adjacent to a historic neighborhood, is a three story with mezzanine structure containing, 32 units on 0.42 acres. Each unit has a front door on the street, thus having no common or non-sellable space within the building. The building is divided into four parts and sub divided again into row house scaled divisions that define the units within the building. A mews type-parking alley between the buildings conceals the parking spaces from the street. Projecting “bay windows” housing spiral stairs leading to private roof terraces, punctuate the façade in a rhythm that is consistent with the units beyond. Second floor balconies mark the individual unit entrances. The interior, with its exposed wood joist, pine decking, exposed brick walls and painted steel, recall the nearby industrial warehouse structures.