Raleigh Luxury Community Welcomes First Residents
- Sep 25, 2017
Stiles Residential Group and Grubb Ventures welcomed the first residents to The Carolinian on Glenwood, a 186-unit boutique luxury community in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Raleigh, N.C. Clancy & Theys Construction Co. built the project and Grubb Ventures will manage it.
Located at 2600 Glenwood Ave., at the intersection of Glenwood Avenue and Oberlin Road, The Carolinian sits inside the Interstate 440 Beltline, in the heart of the city. The community overlooks the Carolina Country Club golf course and is just minutes from downtown and Cameron Village.
According to Yardi Matrix data, apartments range in size from 611 to 1,755 square feet. The unit mix includes studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, each featuring high-end finishes and appliances. Oversized windows and private balconies and terraces in all of the apartment homes, as well as nine to 10-foot ceilings and large kitchen islands with seating, are included. The community features covered structured parking with private gated access, an outdoor rooftop lounge with panoramic views, a conference room and three resident lounges. The Canine Club features an indoor dog run and communal play area with a pet grooming spa.
“Our goal is to create an environment where being at home feels like living in an upscale resort. In fact, there are more than 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space for residents to enjoy, which is more than many projects with twice the number of apartment homes,” said Stiles Residential Group President Jeff McDonough, in a prepared statement.
The Carolinian also features a yoga studio within a 2,500-square foot fitness center, a café and sun deck with salt water pool and entertainment areas.
“We aim to satisfy the needs of the most discerning resident, creating an environment one would expect from a high-end condo,” said Grubb Ventures President Gordon Grubb.
Prospective residents can visit the community’s leasing center located onsite.
Images courtesy of The Carolinian on Glenwood website