According to this report in Yes! Weekly a developer is looking to build a 236-unit apartment community at the Union Square at South Elm development in Greensboro:
A Greensboro development company recently signed a letter of intent to consider a 236-unit apartment complex as part of a mixed-use project at the Union Square at South Elm development.
Weaver-Kirkland Development signed the letter of intent with the South Elm Development Group and plans call for the project to occupy about three acres on the west side of South Elm Street. The project would be just north of the Old North State Flour Mill and adjacent to the Downtown Greenway.
SEDG partner Robert Chapman informed the Redevelopment Commission of Greensboro about the agreement this week. Chapman said the plans fit all requirements of the development agreement between SEDG and the city, including minority contracting targets and plans for about 20 percent affordable housing.