A four-bedroom apartment building in Charlotte, North Carolina has a new tenant: a man.
The building is being marketed as the highest-rise apartment building anywhere in the world, according to its owner.
But for all the hype surrounding this one, its actually a man’s dream.
John F. Kavanagh, the president of the Charlotte-based High Rise Apartments and Communities Association, said the building is meant to be a “sustainable building.”
That means, according for Kavanag, the company can keep its lights on for longer, so it can keep up with demand for apartments in the city.
The project is being built on the former site of the former First Bank of Charlotte.
The building was the first bank in Charlotte to go bankrupt and closed in 2006.
Kavanagh said he is happy to have someone like Donald Trump step in.
He hopes Trump will bring the building up to his standards.
The new building is a $832 million project, the most expensive one ever built in North Carolina.
Its currently listed at $831 million.
Kavagh said the high rise will have a total of nine floors.
Each floor will have seven to nine units, and he expects the average price to be between $2,000 and $3,000 per unit.
Kavinagh said it will also be a new development in the Charlotte area.
He said the project has been in the works for nearly a decade.
The city is looking for a developer to finance the project.
Kavaagh said that when he and his wife bought the building in 2002, they had never heard of Donald Trump.
Now they are looking forward to the opportunity.
Kovanagh said Trump’s name was mentioned in the early stages of the development process.
He added that he will continue to work with the developer, but he will make the building accessible to anyone who wants to live there.
Kavenagh said in an interview with KSL in December that he and Kavanah wanted to make sure that the project was “a man-made environment for a man.”
Kavanah said he hopes that the building’s tenants will be attracted to the building by its “sexy” location.
He wants the project to attract women, too.