New 350-unit apartment coming to LoSo, just down the street from OMB and Queen Park Social

New 350-unit apartment coming to LoSo, just down the street from OMB and Queen Park Social
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The LoSo area is blowing up right now — with townhomes, office space, breweries/bars and restaurants — and a brand new 350-unit apartment project is in the works, expected to open next fall.

Developer Pollack Shores is behind the project.

“We believe the Lower South End’s access to public transportation and its growing mix of commercial uses will offer a higher quality of life for our future residents,”said Steven Shores, CEO and President of Pollack Shores.

Units: Expect studio-, one- and two-bedroom unit options, ranging from 620 to 1,168 square feet. It’s too early for pricing.

Amenities: They’ll have a courtyard, dog park, community library, fitness center and a lounge and business center.

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Location: The exact address is 200 East Cama St. The complex will be roughly 600 feet from the Scaleybark light rail station and walking distance to popular bars like Brewers at 4001 Yancey, OMB and Queen Park Social. “The Lower South End has emerged as a premium destination in Charlotte full of energy and new projects, such as the Bowers project, and those forthcoming at Scaleybark Station,” said Palmer McArthur, VP of Development at Pollack Shores.

Background: Pollack Shores opened The Penrose on West Tremont Avenue (near Zeppelin/Common Market and soon-to-be Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit and Cookie Dough Bliss) in December 2018, so they certainly know their way around a hot area.

Timing: Construction is set to begin next month, and the community will open in fall 2020.

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Cama Street Apartments rendering

Rendering courtesy of Pollack Shores

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