Work Begins on Luxury Downtown Apartments in Winston-Salem

Site work has begun on a $35 million, 229-unit luxury apartment building in Winston-Salem’s West End. From the Triad Business Journal:

West End Station, a 229-unit building with modern amenities, including enclosed parking, saltwater swimming pool, fitness center, elevated and landscaped courtyards, is scheduled to open in about two years, according to developers DPJ Residential and Chaucer Creek Capital.

Porter Jones, principal of DPJ, estimated the project cost at $35 million. He said one-bedroom apartments would rent for about $1,200, with two-bedroom units at around $1,600.

Porter said demolition started this week. He said he expected the units to open in about two years. The address is 206 N. Green St…

The two-story clubhouse will include a fitness center, a yoga and spin bike room, a full demonstration kitchen, a resident lounge, business center, an elevated terrace looking out over the pool and two elevated landscaped courtyards with gas grills, outdoor TVs and lounge seating.

Parking will be accessible by three elevators. The 121-car single-story, secured deck will run under a portion of the building. The surface lot will have 173 spaces. Units along Green Street will have direct pedestrian access to the sidewalk as well as unobstructed downtown skyline views.