The Graduate apartment building – seen here looking north toward West Franklin Street – will be 90 feet tall at its highest point. The project will bring 85 to 100 market-rate and affordable apartments downtown. Developer Wintergreen Hospitality got the Town Council’s approval Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, for the revised version of the project, in which the upper stories are taller and more narrow in an attempt to reduce the building’s bulk.
The Graduate apartment building – seen here looking north toward West Franklin Street – will be 90 feet tall at its highest point. The project will bring 85 to 100 market-rate and affordable apartments downtown. Developer Wintergreen Hospitality got the Town Council’s approval Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, for the revised version of the project, in which the upper stories are taller and more narrow in an attempt to reduce the building’s bulk. submitted
The Graduate apartment building – seen here looking north toward West Franklin Street – will be 90 feet tall at its highest point. The project will bring 85 to 100 market-rate and affordable apartments downtown. Developer Wintergreen Hospitality got the Town Council’s approval Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, for the revised version of the project, in which the upper stories are taller and more narrow in an attempt to reduce the building’s bulk. submitted

Town Council approves downtown Chapel Hill apartments

October 28, 2014 2:45 PM