Press Room

February 27, 2014  -
Charlotte Business Journal

Atlanta-based Novare Group, Grubb Properties and Batson-Cook Development Co. will begin construction soon on SkyHouse Uptown, a 24-story, 336-unit apartment tower at the corner of North Church and West 10th streets in Charlotte. The group  announced its plans for the project last year, and this week, a company managed by Novare president Jim Borders purchased a 1.3-acre site at the southeast corner of that intersection for $5.5 million.

February 3, 2014  -
Tampa Tribune

The developers of SkyHouse Channelside, the Channel District’s newest apartment tower, will break ground Tuesday morning on its 320-unit project. Mayor Bob Buckhorn will be on hand for the groundbreaking at 10:30 a.m. The 23-story tower is going up at 12th Street between Washington and Whiting streets. The developers, Novare Group and Batson-Cook Development Co., announced last month they had arranged financing for the project.

January 27, 2014   -
Houston Chronicle
Developers building a high-rise residential tower downtown have broken ground on another one in the River Oaks area, the companies announced today. The 25-story SkyHouse River Oaks will have 352 high-end apartments when it opens in the first quarter of next year. The project is being built as part of the redevelopment of a portion of the Westcreek apartments off Westheimer just inside the West Loop. Simpson Housing, Novare Group, Batson-Cook Development Co. and Houston-based developer Peter Dienna are involved in the project.
December 19, 2013  -

Developers are proceeding with construction of SkyHouse Buckhead, a 26-story, 362-unit high-reside apartment community on Stratford Road just off of Peachtree Road. Novare Group, Batson-Cook Development Co. and Ackerman & Co. issued the notice to proceed for the project. 

October 30, 2013  -
News & Observer

Developers plan to begin construction in the coming days on SkyHouse Raleigh, a gleaming 23-story luxury apartment tower that represents the latest step in downtown Raleigh’s evolution. The $60 million project, first proposed 16 months ago, will mirror other SkyHouse-branded high-rises under construction in Austin, Texas, Orlando, Fla., Houston, Dallas and Atlanta. The tower will be tallest all-residential building in the region, and its units will be aimed squarely at an affluent, younger generation of renters seeking to be just steps from downtown’s increasingly lively bar and restaurant scene.