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Affordable apartments planned for Mather property on Campbell Street
A new 60 unit affordable housing/workforce apartment complex is coming to Campbell Street. The property is part of the former Boylan-Haven Mather Academy property and in fact contains memorial markers, informative signage, and the old iron arch that once welcomed students to the school. The developers have said they plan to preserve a small parcel along Campbell Street, which includes several large oak trees, as a pocket park for the Mather memorial elements. An entrance road will come into the property near that parcel, directly across from Rutledge Street. If all goes as planned, the apartment complex could be completed and ready for occupancy by April 2017. - photo by Jim Tatum
Ground is broken and work is underway on a new affordable/workforce housing property located on Campbell Street. The property is part of the site of the former Boylan-Haven Mather Academy. The company developing the property, Greenway Residential Development LLC, a N.C. based firm, is building some 60 two and three bedroom apartment units to be housed in three buildings, according to Chad McGinty, project manager for WXZ Construction, who is doing the work.