From restoring landmarks like the Ivey's Building to creating new ones like The Arlington in Charlotte's South End, the Metropolitan Group has launched several highly-acclaimed and ground-breaking residential projects in Charlotte, North Carolina since the early 1990s.
With Dilworth Crescent, Metropolitan Group was first to introduce new construction in the picturesque and Charlotte's historic neighborhood of Dilworth. Located at the corner of Mt. Vernon and Dilworth Roads, Dilworth Crescent was designed to complement and enhance the tree-laden streetscape with strict attention to architectural and design detail. Today, Dilworth Crescent is one of the most widely acclaimed and highly sought-after addresses in Charlotte. The community has enjoyed one of the highest rates of appreciation to date.
The historic Ivey's Department Store at the corner of 5th and Tryon Streets is one of the few remaining buildings from uptown Charlotte's original heyday of stores, offices and trolley cars. In the mid 1990s, The Metropolitan Group foresaw the revitalization potential of uptown Charlotte and converted the Ivey's building into Charlotte's first uptown luxury residence. Original Ivey's investors have been rewarded with significant appreciation as uptown Charlotte has come full circle to being the heart of the city once again.
Carmel Crescent, located at the intersection of Colony and Carmel Roads in SouthPark, features unparalleled master planning, design and streetscapes reminiscent of Savannah or Boston. Since its inception, Carmel Crescent has enjoyed arguably the strongest appreciation in home value in all of Southeast Charlotte.
The Metropolitan Group also developed Charlotte's first residential high-rise, The Arlington in South End/Dilworth.
Known as the "Pink Building", The Arlington is home to over 200 residents, Nikko Sushi and Planet 21 Salon.
The Arlington is a unique mixed-use project located along Charlotte's LYNX light-rail and sporting incomparable city skyline views.
Builder Vision: Belmont Reserve
The vision for Belmont Reserve is deeply rooted in the picturesque street-scape that is Main Street, Belmont. A sense of community, the warmth of traditional architecture and a pedestrian-oriented neighborhood all blend together to create perhaps Belmont's most unique community. With one visit to Belmont Reserve you will immediately feel how the timeless master-planned design — found in places like Charleston, Savannah and Boston - all come together to create a neighborhood where the sum of each part yields a neighborhood which enhanced by the uniqueness of each hand-crafted home. In world full of "cookie-cutter," cul-de-sac planned community choices, Belmont Reserve stands out as a clear and inviting contrast. The homeowner at Belmont Reserve will take great satisfaction not in a mixed bag of builders, architectural styles and cul-de-sacs; but in the cohesiveness of the sum of the parts — resulting in a timeless, warm, aesthetic which is the community named Belmont Reserve.