Under Way: Hundreds of apartments and townhomes

ATAPCO apartments take shape near the McCullough LYNX station on North Tryon Street

The crane looming over the ATAPCO apartment building on North Tryon Street is the biggest sign by far of a building boom across University City – but hardly the only one.

Here’s a rundown of nearly 1,400 apartments and for-sale townhomes under way in University City, including the first for-sale townhomes in University Research Park.

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Atapco Apartments – North Tryon Street at McCullough LYNX station. Five stories, with 260 apartments, interior structured parking and ground-floor retail. More

V & Three Apartments

V & Three apartments is a short walk to University City Blvd LYNX station

V & Three apartments – North Tryon Street near the University City Blvd LYNX Station. Leasing has started on the nearly finished community with 338 apartments and many amenities.

Among the features: 10-foot ceilings, granite countertops, a “train lobby” for waiting for the LYNX, electric-car charging stations, garages and rental townhouses.

V & Three and Mosby University City are components of the 62-acre University City Gateway being developed across from the University City Blvd LYNX station by McKinney Holdings. V & Three website

Site work starts for Mosby University City near the University City Blvd LYNX station

Mosby University City – North Tryon Street near the University City Blvd LYNX station. 309 apartments in four five-story buildings. The developer bought the 14-acre site in November 2018 for $5.5 million. More

Bainbridge Apartments – Mallard Creek Road just west of Mallard Creek. 315 apartments in four-story buildings bordering Mallard Creek Greenway. More

Mattamy Homes townhomes – Gov. Hunt Road near Mallard Creek Road – Aria at the Park, by Mattamy Homes, will offer up to 167 three-story townhomes for sale, on 38 acres. Extensive open space reserved. First for-sale homes in URP. Mattamy seeking rezoning for second community in URP nearby. More


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