Sanctuary’s ribbon-cutting spotlights Pittsboro’s first apartment community in 20 years

Posted 2/24/21

PITTSBORO — Sanctuary at Powell Place Apartment Homes held a small, COVID-conscious ribbon cutting last Thursday to celebrate the completion of construction and the official opening of all …

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PITTSBORO — Sanctuary at Powell Place Apartment Homes held a small, COVID-conscious ribbon cutting last Thursday to celebrate the completion of construction and the official opening of all buildings within the community.

Located within the Powell Place neighborhood at 145 Retreat Dr., Sanctuary is the first apartment community to open in Chatham County in more than 20 years. Sanctuary’s 264 units are a mix of one, two and three bedroom floor plans. The community is fully amenitized with a fitness center, 1 gig fiber internet, business center, garages, game room, bark park, dog wash, resort-style pool, grilling area and outdoor lounge areas.

“We are so happy to see this project, which has been planned for a long time, finally come to fruition,” says Edward Holmes, one of the property owners. “It fits into the neighborhood and offers an additional housing option here in Pittsboro.”

Modern finishes, like granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, as well as open floor plans, make the interiors appealing. The buildings utilize Energy-Star appliances, made-in-America sustainably produced cabinetry and low-flow plumbing fixtures.

“This was a challenging design-build project, integrating these buildings into the existing neighborhood as seamlessly as possible,” says Corey Mabus, Project Manager for Carolina Commercial Contractors, the developer and general contractor. “They turned out really well and we are so pleased to have been a part of this project.”

For more information, contact Susan Keller, Rampart Property Management, at 919-708-3422 or susankeller@rampart-us.com. Sanctuary’s website is Sanctuarypowellplace.com.

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