Here’s How to Snag One of the Hottest New Townhouses in Plaza Midwood
Plaza Midwood is heating up with urban housing options—including a limited number of new townhomes on Central Ave. that feature covered terraces, two-car garages, and all-new everything.
How does zero lawn maintenance and living only three miles from uptown Charlotte sound? Plaza Midwood’s newest modern townhouses, the Towns on Central, provide those perks plus more.
Towns on Central is Shea Urban’s first townhome community in Plaza Midwood, where walkability to restaurants, bars, and greenways is part of the neighborhood’s appeal, making Shea Urban a perfect fit in Plaza Midwood.
Offering a prime location and convenience unmatched, the Towns on Central allow residents to explore the neighborhood right from their doorsteps—in one direction, you can stroll or jog down the shade-covered Chatham Ave. to the Briar Creek Greenway or to Midwood Park (complete with tennis and basketball courts and a community garden).
Just steps in the opposite direction you’ll find Krazy Fish (as seen on “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives”) and the brand-new Pinhouse, a self-serve taproom and duckpin bowling alley. Being only three miles from uptown and minutes from NoDa means more nightlife, bars, breweries, restaurants, and grocery stores are mere minutes away. The CATS bus stop is also steps away.
On the design front, Towns on Central have all the right details for the modern urbanite with upscale taste. Located at the corner of Central and Chatham Avenues, these townhomes feature modern, trendy touches. Another plus: the attached two-car garages.
You can check them out in person at the open houses running every weekend.
But don’t wait too long—there are only 10 three-story townhomes in Towns on Central, so they’re going to get scooped up quickly. Residents have three different floor plans to choose from, and all of them include Owner’s Suites on the top floor and the main living space on the second floor, with hardwoods throughout the main living areas.
The kitchens all include quartz or granite countertops, GE stainless steel appliances, tile backsplash, and 42-inch cabinets. Other notable details include a covered terrace, hardwoods on the stairs, and even a wine fridge in some kitchens. Lawn maintenance is also included, so no lawnmowing needed from you.
If you are looking to operate a business out of your home, the remaining Tribeca townhome might be a match. It is permitted for a live/work lifestyle with commercial/flex space, featuring a half-bath on the main floor and two entrances.
If your interest is piqued, visit Towns on Central any weekend during Shea Urban’s open houses. Three townhomes, one of each floor plan, have been furnished and decorated and are open for tours.
Townhouse open houses will extend through the end of 2019; currently, they are running Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays, 1 to 4 p.m. Click here for more details and the location.