Avenue’s 36 stories were the last to be finished before the market recession in 2008, and the building was 60% sold at the time of completion; it continues to be a top seller in Center City.
Located at 210 N. Church Street, Avenue has 386 high-end residences that range in size from 535-square-foot, 1-bedroom homes to nearly 2,000 square feet and penthouse units.
Center City does not have a bad location, and like most Fourth Ward homes, Avenue’s location is top notch.
Walk one block to Trade and Tryon streets, Fourth Ward Park, Discovery Place and Harris Teeter at Fifth & Poplar. The Uptown options are endless, and the LYNX light rail makes trendy SouthEnd easily accessible as well. A night of entertainment and dining at EpiCentre or a Panthers, Knights or Hornets game is just a few blocks away.
Avenue is also connected to 7,000 square feet of retail space and restaurants, such as Dandelion Market, 5Church and Basil.
The 10th floor of Avenue is dedicated to resident entertainment and socializing with a pool table, game room and cinema room. There is also a fitness center with a yoga area, elevated pool deck, grills, outdoor fireplace and flat-screen TV.
Take advantage of the 24-hour concierge service, and feel safe knowing there is full-time security on staff and secure parking.
The residences offer terraces, high ceilings and large, floor-to-ceiling windows that take advantage of natural light and beautiful city sklyine views. Hardwood floors, granite and stainless steel come standard in most units.
Residences in Avenue are typically priced in the $200,000s to in excess of $1 million.
Fifty-two residences have sold in Avenue during the last 12-month period. The average sales price of those 52 units was $290,916 and more than $323 per square foot.
There are currently 11 properties listed for sale in Avenue. Five condominiums are under contract as of August 4.
List prices range from $249,500 for a 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom home of 791 square feet to $449,000 for a 2-bedroom, 2-bath home of 1,271 square feet.
Pets are allowed in Avenue, but there are breed and weight restrictions.