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Nestled between Charlotte’s trendy neighborhoods of NoDa and Plaza Midwood, Belmont is the first stop from Uptown on the new Light Rail extension. Poised for a makeover, this established tree-lined neighborhood is preparing for a set of modern single-family homes by Dialect Design.
The renowned local design-build group has developed a custom series of houses between 2,030 to 2,450 square feet to meet Charlotte’s growing need for hip urban living.
The modern S-Series meets the growing trend with an elegant open floorplan, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a second floor roof terrace with skyline views of uptown for selected sites. Starting at $305k Dialect Design is offering several pricing tiers with the option to upgrade. Standard are 10 foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and modern kitchen cabinetry.
Dialect Design has reserved selected lots in the up and coming Belmont neighborhood with proximity to the Charlotte’s Greenway system, the Light Rail, uptown amenities, and coffee shops, restaurants, and specialty stores of Noda and Plaza Midwood.
Dear Dialect Folks and Dialect Friends, today, as promised, I checked on the construction site of Herzog and de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie here in Hamburg. I'll share all the details when I return. But for now have a quick look at these first impressions. And just so you know, their punch list accounts for over 6,800 items. Just saying. I'll make sure they'll pick up the pace. This thing is some 700 million over budget and a few years past it's finish date nobody knows the details. All that rust-red steel by the by is temporary scaffolding. Gotta love it. See you soon. Did I turn off the iron? (Can't remember) XOXO, Toby
Dear Dialect Folks and Dialect Friends. The weather here in good old Germany is lovely and the pigeons pesky. So that you don't miss our daily bare-knuckle design sessions on all things architectural modern - here now a few impressions of my travels by rail. Handrail that is. All relatively new. Maybe they will inspire some fresh ideas. Don't forget to water the plants.
See you soon., kisses - Toby