A 4-story, 42-unit condo building with 86 parking spaces is planned in Downtown Clayton. The project would replace a long-vacant two-story building on the Forsyth curve.
Conceptual plans, submitted to Clayton's Architectural Review Board for review, reveal a modern structure clad in a variety of materials, but are not listed. The Forsyth facing election will include access to the 86-space basement parking garage while the remainder of the Forsyth street level will include landscaping in the entrance to the building.
Being a condo building, these units will be for sale and fit in with the general housing theme in that part of Clayton. The project backs up to the other condo buildings of this part of Clayton but would be slightly taller than those structures (which typically sit at 3-stories in height). The project also neighbors the recently completed Bank of America replacement (Forsyth and Parkside) as well as the currently under construction Residence Inn Hotel. The site of this project is currently used for parking for the Forsyth Point construction crew.
The application to the City of Clayton reveals a development cost of $38 million (or $904,762 per unit). The building's 42 units will be made up of 23 two bedroom and 19 three bedroom units.
HDA is the architect on this project. Midas is listed as the applicant.
The project will be reviewed at the Architectural Review Board's December 20th meeting.