Topics: LUX at Central Park

LUX at Central Park is a luxury student apartment complex on a 9.13-acre site along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The complex, originally named Bicycle Apartments, broke ground in June 2013. The complex announced in June 2014 that it would not be done on time for students to move in before school started in the fall semester, and residents were moved into hotels.

On Sept. 5, 160 residents were moved into their units at LUX. But more than 200 other LUX residents were moved into empty spaces in on-campus housing, where they would stay until their unit was completed. 

The third section of LUX's building was finally completed Spring 2015.

Community takes polar plunge for Special Olympics


Orange County residents and UNC students started their Saturday with a cold wake-up call.

LUX buses stir debate about transit rules


Some Chapel Hill residents are debating the effect that private transit services are having on public transportation, sparked by the arrival of LUX at Central Park shuttles.

LUX at Central Park ready for residents


Nineteen days might not feel like a long time. 

Displaced LUX students will move on campus


Students living in dorm rooms with empty beds might be getting unexpected roommates this weekend.

LUX residents in flux off campus


When Tabby Horney sits down to do her first night’s worth of homework, she won’t be in the normal setting of a half-unpacked dorm room or apartment — she’ll be settling in at a desk in a hotel room.

LUX apartments see move-in delay for some units


When Elisabeth McFarland signed her lease for the fall semester, she didn’t consider she could be living in a hotel for the first few weeks of school.

Apartments vie for UNC student renters in Chapel Hill

The competition is heating up between apartment complexes in Chapel Hill. This year two new luxury student apartment complexes — LUX at Central Park and Shortbread Lofts — will open near campus.

Construction of LUX apartments on schedule

The waitlist for LUX at Central Park is almost full, and the apartment complex is scheduled to open on time next fall.