SouthPark City Homes

Simonini building SouthPark townhome community

Alan Simonini Homes, working with developer Ray Wetherington, is building a custom boutique townhome community featuring 26 residences in SouthPark.

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A Different Simonini Finds Its Place

A good idea never goes out of style. For Alan Simonini, whose name became synonymous with luxury home building two decades ago, an idea he made popular in the previous housing boom continues to burnish his reputation for high-end infill homes.

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Townhouse project coming near Providence and Queens intersection

A new townhouse development is on track for a site on Huntley Place near Providence and Queens roads.

The development, a partnership between Alan Simonini and Ray Wetherington of Saratoga Asset Management, didn’t draw any criticism from Charlotte City Council or staff members at a public hearing earlier this month. City Council is set to vote on the project next month.

The site is currently home to a real estate and mortgage company and empty lot. It’s behind a strip of commercial buildings on Queens Road and the expanded Harris Teeter at Providence and Queens.

The townhouses, called Eastover City Homes, would be two stories and would each have a two-car garage.

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SouthPark townhome development using real estate crowdfunding to raise capital

A Charlotte developer is using real estate crowdfunding to raise capital for a new 27-unit townhome development in SouthPark.

Saratoga Asset Management, headed by Ray Wetherington, is planning to build the project on a 2.6-acre site at the southwest corner of Fairview and Closeburn Roads, between Park Road and Park South Drive. Saratoga is under contract to purchase the site, which was rezoned last year, and is teaming with custom homebuilder Simonini Homes on the development, called SouthPark City Homes.

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Residential development planned for Eastover site

Developer Saratoga Asset Management and custom homebuilder Simonini Homes are planning an infill residential development in Eastover on about a half acre near the corner of Huntley Place and Providence Road, across from the Harris Teeter-anchored Myers Park Center.

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