The region’s tremendous and sustained population and job growth is driving demand for housing across the Triangle to yet another record high. The outer counties of the Triangle, including Franklin, Granville, Harnett, and Lee, are responding to the rise in demand, and we’re now seeing multiple projects featuring hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of new homes planned or underway 30 to 45 minutes from Raleigh or Durham.
The Triangle Business Journal provides us with an overview of eight large residential developments making a big impact on these outer regions of the Triangle. Among them are Chatham Park in Pittsboro; Capeton in Harnett County, Crescent Mills in Johnston County, and APG Capital’s Hunter Place, a housing community featuring 267 single-family homes and 95 townhomes for a total of 362 new housing units approved in Youngsville, Franklin County.
You can read the full article on the TBJ website here.
APG Capital is led by longtime Raleigh real estate veteran Jim Anthony. APG Capital has purchased, developed, leased and managed commercial real estate assets in the southeast for over 30 years.