Coming Soon: A Livery in Camel City

This development near BB&T Ballpark in Winston-Salem will surely be one of the more unique adaptive reuses we see in the Piedmont Triad in the foreseeable future:

A Lewisville developer is breathing new life into a downtown Winston-Salem apartment complex by refashioning it as “The Livery.”

The idea behind the 27-unit complex at 648 Holly Ave. was to create the appearance the building was a “high-end horse barn” that’s been renovated into apartments, said Jeff Zenger, president of Lisha Construction and Solomon Development…

Zenger bought 648 Holly Ave. for $500,000, and plans to invest at least $1 million to completely renovate the building inside and out, along with a carriage house on the property…

The complex’s one-bedroom units are about 535 square feet and are being reworked with new central air and heat along with amenities such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances…

Pre-leasing for the building has now begun, with the first units expected to be ready by Aug. 1 and rent for around $800.

You can see a rendering of the project here.

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