Jul 17, 2018 - Things to Do

Want to live above Whole Foods Uptown? Rent ranges $1,295 – $15,000

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This is part of a new series called Apartment Hunting, where we profile new apartment and condo communities. We’ll also be profiling apartment interior design. If you’re a developer or an apartment dweller that would like to be featured, shoot us a note

Say hello to Novel Stonewall Station, a 459-unit apartment community in Uptown.


  • Opened: February 2018
  • Construction status: Aiming for a late August 2018 finish date
  • Exact address: 400 East Stonewall Street
  • Units: 459
  • Unit breakdown: Studio, one- and two-bedrooms
  • Price range: $1,120-$15,000

What’s within walking distance of Novel Stonewall Station? All of Uptown.

10 noteworthy destinations within walking distance include:

  • Bank of America Stadium – 800 South Mint Street – Home to the Carolina Panthers
  • Discovery Place Science – 301 North Tryon Street – A science museum perfect for kids and adults alike, complete with rotating exhibits and an IMAX dome
  • The EpiCentre – 210 East Trade Street – 5 stories of restaurants, nightlife and office space in the center of Uptown
  • Latta Arcade and Brevard Court – 320 South Tryon Street – Historic indoor/outdoor arcade with restaurants, bars and bakeries that feels like a step back in time
  • Merchant and Trade – 303 South Church Street – Uptown’s newest and arguably most beautiful rooftop bar
  • Rail Trail – Carson Street Station – Pick the 3.5-mile urban trail up at Carson Street Station for an easy walk right into the heart of South End
  • Romare Bearden Park – 300 South Church Street – A 5.4-acre public park with a sprayground, expansive lawns and the occasional outdoor concert
  • Spectrum Center – 333 East Trade Street – The stadium may be home to the Hornets when they’re in town, but it’s also played hosts to traveling acts like Billy Joel, Cirque du Soleil and Disney on Ice
  • Stonewall Station – 260 East Stonewall Street – The Blue Line stop steps away makes commuting easy
  • Whole Foods Market400 East Stonewall Street – Uptown’s newest and only full-sized grocery store

Apartment unit breakdown

The apartment complex has a total of 459 units and 43 different floor plans. View floor plans and pricing here.

  • Mid-rise unit features: Granite countertops, balconies, designer lighting, kitchen islands, walk-in closets, GE appliances, front loading washer and dryer, USB outlets
  • High-rise unit features: 10′ ceilings, quartz countertops with waterfall islands, GE appliances, designer lighting, roller shades, front loading washer and dryer, wood-style flooring throughout, walk-in closets, USB outlets, balconies
  • Studio price range: $1,295-$2,000
S1, 513 sq. ft., $1,336-$1,431 – details
  • 1-bedroom price range: $1,510-$2,545

(H-A3, 830 sq. ft., $2,388 – details)

  • 2-bedroom price range: $2,098-$8,995
H-B7, 1,328 sq. ft., $3,200-$3,400 – details
  • 3-bedroom penthouse price range: $15,000
H-C2, 2,563 sq. ft., $15,000 – details

Quick look at the common areas

Common area features include grilling and picnic areas, resident lounges, rooftop dog park and 20th-floor Sky Lounge.

Standout amenities

  • 3,500-square-foot heated infinity saltwater pool with LED lighting and Uptown’s only beach entry
  • 2,600-square-foot fitness center with skyline views and Technogym equipment and Fitness-on-Demand
  • Two double-height resident lounges, one with a catering kitchen and another with a theatre and NanaWall
  • Courtyards with 5-story murals
Note: Pool area not complete at time of tour

The fine print:

  • Parking is first-come, first-served for residents, who each have a pass. Reserved spaces are available for $125 per month. One car per bedroom, per occupant.
  • $350 pet fee with $20/month pet rent; no weight restriction, various breed restrictions.
  • The pool is open until 10 p.m. during the week and 11 p.m. on the weekend; each resident allowed 2 guests.
  • Residents choose their own internet and cable.

Interested? Schedule a tour here, and fill out an application here.

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