Keystone’s Scott Wallace told the Triad Business Journal that grading and site work has started for his Keystone at James Landing project:
The complex will include 264 upscale apartments in nine buildings on 23 acres. Grading and site work have started. Construction should begin soon, said Scott Wallace, president of Keystone Homes, with the complex expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2017…
The complex will include a clubhouse, pool and other amenities. There will be two entrances, a main one off Strickland Court near its intersection with Wendover Avenue and Guilford College Road, and a second off nearby Ruffin Road.
Wallace said the project will cost about $25 million. Keystone is self-financing the work, he said. The apartments will range from 800 to 1,500 square feet, and from one to three bedrooms. Rents will vary from $900 to $1,400 a month.
The community will be located across the street from BSC Holdings’ almost completed Lafayette Landing community, which is a combination of apartment and single family house rentals.