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Crescent Communities breaks ground on luxury apartments in midtown

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    Construction is officially underway Thursday on Crescent Dilworth, the 296-unit luxury apartment community that will feature street-level retail near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center.
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    TODD SUMLIN - tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
    Officials gather for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Crescent Dilworth Thursday, March 13, 2014. The 296-unit luxury apartment community will feature street level retail near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center.
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    TODD SUMLIN - tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
    Ceremonial shovels and hardhats are ready for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Crescent Dilworth Thursday, March 13, 2014. The 296-unit luxury apartment community will feature street level retail near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center.
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    TODD SUMLIN - tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
    Doug Lawrimore, left, and Michael Tubridy of Crescent Communities put out the shovels in preparation for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Crescent Dilworth Thursday, March 13, 2014. The 296-unit luxury apartment community will feature street level retail near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center.
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    TODD SUMLIN - tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
    Ceremonial shovels are ready for a groundbreaking ceremony for the Crescent Dilworth Thursday, March 13, 2014. The 296-unit luxury apartment community will feature street level retail near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center.

Crescent Communities on Thursday celebrated the groundbreaking of its Crescent Dilworth apartment community on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway in midtown.

The 296-unit luxury apartment complex will offer floor plans up to 2,700 square feet, 10-foot ceilings, outdoor terraces with fireplaces and skyline views of uptown Charlotte.

Developers have said the $50 million project, a short walk from the Metropolitan development, will have street-level retail, two levels of parking and five levels of luxury apartments.

The project sits on a 2.3-acre site at East Morehead Street and Harding Place, across from Carolinas Medical Center. Officials have said they plan to begin pre-leasing by the end of the year. Eric Frazier

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