Interested in small town, community living then come to Kings Mountain and experience all that our small town has to offer. Hiking at one of 2 local state parks, walking trails at the local park, shopping, dining, local vineyards and so much more! The Lofts at the Imperial will provide upscale living units in the heart of Kings Mountain where you can work, live and play.
Studio Unit - $800 per month
1-Bedroom Unit - $900 per month
2-Bedroom Units - $1150 to $1250 per month
Up to 3100 sqft of available retail space which is sub-dividable into 2 retail spaces of approximately 1900 sqft and 1200 sqft. Retail space fronts Mountain Street and one unit will also have access to public alleyway.
The retail space would be perfect for a fresh market, general store, bakery/confectioner, art studio/gallery, spice, tea and olive oil shop or many other possibilities. Contact us today to explore your future in Kings Mountain!
The Imperial is a two-story brick commercial building located in downtown Kings Mountain, NC. The building constructed in 1920s served primarily as a movie theater, named The Imperial Theater. Currently, the interior of the second floor consists of one large interior open space of approximately 4,500 square feet. Since the late 1950's the building has been home to several billiard businesses and was most recently operated as The Friendly Billiards.
Interior was rendered by Alex Nygun, a fellow of the Main Street Program. His design concept features...
The schematic design features one 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment, 1 studio, and 3 1-bedroom apartments. The 2-bedroom apartment is 1,060 sq. ft. and the 1-bedroom apartments are each approximately 730 sq. ft. The studio is approximately 430 sq .ft. These are concept drawings of the planned development and actual materials used in the finished units will be different.
Apartment Facade, rendered by Jacquelyn Caldwell, a fellow of the Main Street program
2-bedroom apartment is design with city theme and industrial style. 50% of furniture are made of reuse materials such as wood and metal.
The living space with kitchen and dining area
Bedroom A, without bathroom
Bedroom B, with bathroom
Murphy bed is installed to flip the space from sleeping to living area
Studio apartment during daytime
Living space with kitchen and dining area
Office in bedroom in response to remote work since COVID-19 pandemic
Bedroom during daytime