Masonry. Metal. Open floor plans. High ceilings and a blast of window space. A dozen townhouses on floors 1 and 2, six penthouses on 3, with enough room to house the stuff that defines your life.
NoDa18 is perched in the heart of the NoDa/Plaza-Midwood/Uptown triangle, a perfect viewpoint to watch the city evolve.
developer – Tuscan Development
Tuscan Development — urban condos and businesses — is managed by founder and architect Ray (Rip) Farris III. Previous work includes Hawthorne Court overlooking Independence Freeway at the Hawthorne overpass, Kensington Court in Plaza-Midwood, Cedar Mill in Third Ward, the Garden District’s Tivoli condominiums, and Urban Stash, climate-controlled personal storage four blocks from uptown.architect – David Furman Architecture
NoDa18 is the first collaboration between Tuscan Development and David Furman Architecture. Furman and Farris share a drive: redevelop underused property into affordable homes that enhance neighborhoods, strengthen cities and provide appreciating value for buyers. NoDa18’s inspiration is Alexander Court in the Garden District, a small development designed by Furman for an urban setting. Furman is one of the nation’s revered designers of center-city properties.builder – Structura
Structura, a sister firm to Tuscan Development, is managed by Martin Kerr, among the Southeast’s most experienced urban multifamily general contractors. Together, Kerr and partner Farris have developed or handled residential construction valued at more than a half billion dollars.
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