Residential Real Estate

New affordable housing units now available in Fayetteville, NC

By Faith Hatton, posted 3 months ago
Kimberly Baldwin from Congressman Richard Hudson office, Councilwoman Brenda McNair and Fayetteville Mayor Mitch Colvin attended the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the Landing at Beaver Creek Apartments in Fayetteville
Photo pulled from NCHFA LinkedIn page

New, affordable housing units are now available to the people of Fayetteville as The Landing at Beaver Creek, a 72-unit new construction apartment home community developed in Fayetteville, North Carolina and located at 6115 Cliffdale Rd, celebrated the complex’s grand opening on July 31 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. 

The community consists of one, two, and three-bedroom units and features a clubhouse building with a multi-purpose room and a kitchenette area for resident meetings and activities, along with a computer lab for residents. A laundry area and covered mailbox facilities is also located at the clubhouse building. Outdoor amenities include a covered patio with seating, a covered picnic pavilion and a grill area, a playground and a tot lot.

Announced in 2021 by Trinity Housing Development, the company worked with a North Carolina GC, to construct the development along with their entire North Carolina based development team. 

Trinity Housing Development also received a 9 percent Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) award from the NC Housing Finance Agency to help make the project a reality, making The Landing at Beaver Creek THD’s first LIHTC development in North Carolina.

Rendering of the layout of the new apartment complex. Photo provided by: THD

The design includes three (3) buildings, which are three-story, garden-style apartments. The unit mix is proposed as (12) one-bedroom units, (36) two-bedroom units, and (24) three-bedroom units. The unit sizes will be 691 sq ft for a one-bedroom, 1,019 sq ft for a two-bedroom and 1,112 sq ft for a three-bedroom. Each unit will feature a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, washer and dryer hook-ups, durable flooring throughout, and the kitchens will have ample cabinet and counter space along with Energy Star appliances. First floor units will have a patio off the living room area and the second and third floor units will feature a balcony. The development provides much needed “high-quality”, affordable housing in Fayetteville as it continues to see growth. The site is within 1 mile of many services and amenities as well as is close to many employment opportunities.


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