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Was the Headwaters apartment complex built with required parking?

Julian March

Q. Why was the new Headwaters apartment complex built without the city making them have the proper number of parking spots? Is there anything tenants can do about having to park in the woods while paying $1000+ a month rent?

A. “We had the required number of parking spots,” said Bill Schoettelkotte, the project manager for Headwaters at Autumn Hall.

The apartments have 286 units, with a mix of one, two and three bedrooms, he said. The majority are one and two-bedroom units, and there are only 18 three-bedroom units, he said.

Schoettelkotte, who works for Cape Fear Commercial, said the city had to approve the parking spaces. He said they had about 1.8 parking spots per unit.


Can apartment leasing agents give out demographic information about the complex?

What is the status on City Block Apartments? Are they going to build them?

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