The second SkyHouse apartment tower in uptown Charlotte is holding a grand opening on Thursday, the developers said.
Adjacent to the first 24-story tower, the second SkyHouse Uptown building is a mirror image. Both buildings have 336 apartments, totaling 672 high-end studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. They’re on North Church Street, between Ninth and Tenth streets.
The buildings flank a parking deck that’s topped with a nearly 1-acre park (called SkyPark) with a tennis court, athletic fields, grilling stations, fire pits, putting green and bocce ball courts. It’s only open to SkyHouse residents.
Novare partnered with Batson-Cook Development Company to build SkyHouse Uptown. The partnership has also built 16 other SkyHouse apartment towers in cities including Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Tampa, Denver, Orlando, Nashville, and Raleigh.
Apartments in SkyHouse Uptown’s north tower run from $1,292 for a studio to $3,525 for a three-bedroom. Specials of up to six weeks free rent are available on some of the units.