APG Capital earned a mention in a recent article in Business North Carolina, taking a look at Oxford’s growing profile.
An excerpt from the piece:
In a few years, Oxford is going to look different. The growth of the Raleigh-Durham Research Triangle is coming up Interstate 85 to the middle of Granville County.
Oxford, the county seat, has about 3,900 housing units currently — single-family homes, townhomes and apartments — within its six square miles. The city has approved, or has under consideration, developments for nearly 4,000 more residential units. A number of these are outside the city limits and have submitted annexation requests so they can get water and sewer and other services.
One 76-acre [tract] is on the city board of commissioner’s agenda for annexation. It will be a mix of around 450 single-family homes and townhouses on the Oxford Loop road, where most of the action is. The owner is CAB Granville LLC in Wilkesboro, but the conditional zoning application also comes from APG Capital of Raleigh, long-time developer Jim Anthony’s firm. APG is active in nearby Youngsville, where northern Wake’s growth has already reached past Wake Forest into Franklin County.