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Center Pointe


cityboi
  • Description: transformation of a 17-story office tower built in 1967 into a luxury condo tower. The condo tower has a bank and a restaurant called "Avenue Restaurant & Bar" on the first floor<br /><br />Features and Amenities:<br /><br />24 hour building security<br />Fitness Facility<br />Restaurant(s)/Retail<br />Valet Parking<br />Balconies<br />10’ Ceilings<br />Granite Countertops in Kitchen and Baths<br />Ceramic Tile Backsplash<br />42” European Style Cabinetry<br />GE Stainless Steel Appliances (refrigerator, convection microwave, flat surface range)<br />GE Washer/Dryer<br />Hardwoods/Bamboo/Cork Flooring<br />Carpet<br />Ceramic in Baths and Showers/Tubs<br />Oversized Showerheads in Master<br />Garden Tubs in Masters<br />Solid Shelving in Closets<br /><br />

    Type: Condo

    Floors: 17

    Units: 100 +

    Construction Start: Fall 2006

    Construction End: Spring 2009

    Developer: Roy Carroll

    Location: downtown Greensboro, North Carolina

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