1035 Harrill Redevelopment

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1035 Harrill Redevelopment

Charlotte, North Carolina

Harrill preserves the architectural and cultural history of Charlotte, while also designing for the future. The walkable, mixed-use redevelopment responds to preferences of community members: they want a community market and medium-dense housing. The centerpiece of Harrill restores buildings of a local grocer and service station. An open-air, semi-enclosed patio will create visual connections between the public plaza, the street, and the townhomes behind.

Harrill housing will provide 24 townhomes of various sizes to accommodate diverse family structures and a range of income levels. Architecturally, the townhomes are derived from the mill town aesthetic of the neighborhood. Cedar shake, brick, and hardy board cladding speak to the surrounding buildings. Along Harrill Street, the buildings take on sloping roof lines. Designed for net zero energy consumption, each unit is built with Structural Insulated Panels, LED lights, and a solar system sized to supply energy for the whole home.

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