Morrisville, NC (August 10, 2018) – Batson-Cook Company is pleased to announce that it will break ground this month on construction of The Residences at Shiloh Crossing, a 318-unit luxury garden-style apartment complex which will cost $44.1 million to construct.
The 407,634 square foot, wood-frame complex is being developed by Dominion Realty Partners (DRP) of Raleigh. It will feature six apartment buildings and a community/leasing center, swimming pool, and other outdoor amenities. On grade parking for 461 vehicles is included in the project.
“The Batson-Cook team is excited to be part of this luxury residential project, which was designed and will be built to be environmentally green,” said Steve Rush, project executive for Batson-Cook.
Overall project completion is slated for November 2020, though some units will be delivered to the owner as early as mid-2020.
Architect for the project is Rule Joy Trammel + Rubio of Atlanta. Priest Craven & Associates, Raleigh, is the civil engineer.
“This project supports and is a major part of our Wood Frame Division growth strategy to expand our market share and presence in the Southeast. DRP is a customer that is aligned with our business strategy to build lasting relationships with clients that have high potential for repeat business,” said Carl Frinzi, general manager for Batson-Cook.