The upcoming 637-bedroom student housing complex under construction at West Avenue and Maple Street in downtown Fayetteville now has an official name: Sterling Frisco.
A crew with Environmental Design, Inc. was in town this week to move three trees at the site of the upcoming 555 Maple complex in downtown Fayetteville.
Demolition at the site of the upcoming 555 Maple complex will once again require closure of Frisco Trail between Maple and Lafayette streets from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, April 9.
It’s only natural to wonder what the area will look like after it receives a total makeover. Fortunately, the designers of the project have released a couple of renderings to help quench our curiosity.
As expected, another round of building demolition began Monday at the future site of a large-scale, student housing project near the corner of Maple Street and West Avenue.
Frisco Trail will be closed between Maple Street and Lafayette Street from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, April 2.
The 2.99-acre development – called 555 Maple – is aimed towards university students interested in living in downtown Fayetteville.
Demolition of a downtown apartment building this week brought yet another sign that a large-scale student housing complex is on its way.
Apartment manager Stephan Pollard said the building’s owner gave the fire department permission to use the complex as temporary training grounds for basic firefighting skills.
The Fayetteville Planning Commission unanimously approved plans for a 183-unit apartment project at the corner of Maple Street and West Avenue.
The first details of a rumored large-scale housing development in downtown Fayetteville emerged today, and as it turns out, there are actually two projects in the works.