Residences have been designed by Bushman Dreyfus Architects, with interior inspiration provided by artist and developer Ivy Naté — a team dedicated to designing for contemporary modern tastes.
Unlike any building in Charlottesville, Six Hundred West Main will offer 57 rental residences that combine modern design with luxe interiors and landscaping. Floor-to-ceiling windows will flood every unit with natural light, capturing sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains or of downtown Charlottesville. Additionally, each residence will feature beautiful, efficient and streamlined kitchens, open and spacious floor plans, and abundant storage — the perfect backdrop for modern, urban living.
Rich colors and lush landscaping, combined with serene and quiet spaces, will offer an oasis of calm and rest at the heart of the city. Every surface at Six Hundred West Main has been carefully considered for its look, its feel and its contribution to sustainability. Exterior materials include concrete, stucco, metal panels and corten steel, all with recycled content. High efficiency heating and cooling systems will provide maximum control while keeping energy consumption low. Interiors offer a refined palette of engineered stone, wood grains and dramatic yet efficient light — all selected for their friendliness to the earth.