The 330-unit Prose Rhyne from Alliance Residential Co. is the second Prose-branded community to debut in North Carolina.
Scott Chester The 330-unit Prose Rhyne from Alliance Residential Co. is the second Prose-branded community to debut in North Carolina.

Multifamily developer Alliance Residential Co. has opened its first Prose-branded community in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the second one in the state.

The Prose brand focuses on modern Class A apartment living in rapidly expanding job corridors, and the 330-unit Prose Rhyne checks all the boxes. It is located five minutes from the Charlotte Douglas International Airport and benefits from the industrial development boom seen in the area, including an Amazon distribution center and a new industrial park being built on an adjacent property to the multifamily community.

The community features one- and two-bedroom apartments with an average of nearly 1,000 square feet. Units offer white shaker cabinets, granite countertops, entertainment-sized kitchen islands, kitchen and linen pantries, stainless steel appliances, wood plank-style flooring, walk-in closets, and side-by-side washers and dryers.

Residents also have access to a resort-style pool with a sun shelf seating area; a clubhouse with a catering kitchen and an entertainment lounge; a fitness center; co-working spaces; a spacious pet park; and a 24/7 package concierge system.

“We are thrilled to introduce Charlotte residents to the Prose brand by providing high-quality living experiences in a convenient location,” said Donald Santos, managing director for Alliance Residential Co. “Prose Rhyne offers those in the Charlotte market easy access to major employers and commuting corridors and provides the perfect location for access to a variety of popular restaurants, entertainment, recreation, and shopping locations.”

Partners on Prose Rhyne include architect Cline Design Associates and engineer McAdams.

Alliance Residential Co. has been active in the Charlotte market. In addition to Prose Rhyne, the developer expects to welcome residents to Broadstone Craft in the next month, followed by Prose McCullough Station in the first quarter and The Boulevard, a Broadstone community, in the spring. It also recently announced plans to develop Prose NoDa and Broadstone West End in the market.

In addition, the developer recently opened Prose New Hope in Raleigh with additional developments planned in the Raleigh-Durham and Charleston, South Carolina, markets.