Crescent Communities Acquires Land For NOVEL West Midtown, Will Break Ground in May

First residences slated to be delivered in mid-2023
Crescent Communities Acquires Land For NOVEL West Midtown, Will Break Ground in May
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Crescent Communities next month will break ground on its planned multifamily community in West Midtown called NOVEL West Midtown, the company announced this week.

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NOVEL West Midtown will include 340 apartments with a percentage of the residences designated for affordable housing, at 1330 Fairmont Avenue.

Crescent Communities and financial partner MAA purchased the land in April 2021 after filing permits with the City for foundation work in March. Construction will commence in early May with the first residences slated to be delivered in mid-2023.

“We look forward to this opportunity to be part of the growing West Midtown neighborhood,” Kyle Brock, managing director at Crescent Communities, said in the announcement. “The area continues to be one of the most sought-after destinations to live, work, and play, and we are excited to provide residents with a truly differentiated upscale living experience within this vibrant community.”

Construction of the community will be handled by Juneau Construction Company with Dwell Design Studio acting as the lead architect with additional partnership from 505 Design. Landscape architecture is being performed by Dix.Hite Partners with interior design by CID Design Group.

NOVEL West Midtown’s residences will be housed in a five-story wood-frame building and will feature greenspace and nature trails.

Caleb J. Spivak

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  1. Literally at the geographic center of the Blandtown neighborhood. These developers are ruthless in whitewashing. Also Huff Road is going to be an absolute nightmare to traverse in 2 years.

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