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Old Posted Jun 25, 2019, 1:35 AM
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7th & Tryon failed bid by Cousins/Integral. Word is that Metropolitan Partnership/Baupost Group won. Hopefully the master developers will officially be announced with renderings soon...

Architect: Perkins Eastman


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Is this commercial or does it have any residential components?
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Old Posted Jun 25, 2019, 2:09 AM
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^ Offices/Residentials/Library/Public Space

https://www.seventhandtryon.com/abou...nth-and-tryon/

Library is first phase, designed by Snohetta (renderings should be released this year, construction to start 2020). My most anticipated project...hopefully no VE.
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2019, 10:31 PM
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Charlotte | Design Center Tower | 23 fl | 345 ft | Pro

New tallest in South End and outside of Uptown!

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In a major nod to Charlotte’s growing technology workforce, Lowe’s announced Thursday it has selected the city for a 2,000-employee global tech hub, which will be housed in a new 23-story tower to go in South End.
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The 375,000-square-foot office is a joint venture between Childress Klein and Ram Realty Advisors. The developers plan to break ground in August, and the goal is to open the facility in late 2021, according to Lowe’s.
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Ram Realty CEO Casey Cummings said the building will have about 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space on the building’s ground floor “to continue that sort or urban fabric that’s been established on the streets.”

The new building will be called the Design Center Tower, and it will be adjacent to the Lynx Blue Line light rail and Rail Trail. The property is currently a surface parking lot on Worthington Avenue across from the Design Center, where Byron’s is, along with other retailers like Jeni’s Ice Creams.
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2019, 10:36 PM
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SouthEnd

SouthEnd is crushing it. First Dimensional Funds, then The RailYard, then the Lending Tree HQ announcement.

Now this

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Old Posted Jun 27, 2019, 10:48 PM
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SouthEnd is crushing it. First Dimensional Funds, then The RailYard, then the Lending Tree HQ announcement.

Now this

And the unofficial Krispy Kreme HQ! Not huge, but neat and will add to the South End experience.

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Krispy Kreme has quietly opened its new corporate office in a renovated old warehouse in South End. It houses ~80 people now, incl. its CEO, as well as a test kitchen. By the end of 2019, KK will open a shop there where customers can try new donut recipes https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...231695473.html
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2019, 10:58 PM
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Another great location for a new tallest sold. Which means it probably won't happen, but am excited to see what's planned.


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A prominent piece of land across from the Charlotte Transportation Center was sold recently, as a part of uptown that has been largely home to parking lots and government buildings sees a wave of new investment.

Developer White Point Partners purchased the 1.2-acre site last month for $10.9 million, property records show. The land, at 206 South Brevard St., is across from the Charlotte Transportation Center.

The sale comes amid a push to revamp the area.

Last month, the Charlotte Area Transit System said it had received an unsolicited proposal to redevelop the transit center, though it did not say who it was from or what the proposal entailed, other than it was for a mixed-use development. That marked the start of a competitive proposal process for the redevelopment of the site.
https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...231973062.html
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Old Posted Jul 6, 2019, 7:16 PM
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From July 4th...Jonas Federal Courthouse




https://twitter.com/KnightsBaseball/...41186512494592


FNB Tower...can only see the crane for now.


Ally Charlotte Center


https://twitter.com/AllyCLTCenter/st...88431013941249

This was from 2 weeks ago...crane installation at the JW Marriott.
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Old Posted Jul 6, 2019, 7:26 PM
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RFP is finally out for the Gateway Station after several delays.

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On Friday, the Charlotte Area Transit System released a request for developers interested in building the station, which would be part of a larger, mixed-use development. CATS started work a year ago on the tracks, signals, bridges and a rail platform.

The request, which seeks information on developers’ qualifications, is a common step government agencies take before asking bidders to submit formal proposals.
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The document lays out the following requirements for the project:
  • A 12,000-square-foot local and express bus facility
  • A 27,000-square-foot rail station, including an estimated 100 parking spaces
  • A pedestrian connection between the station and the platform
  • A minimum of 40 affordable housing units on the site
  • A multi-use path across the site, with connection to retail and businesses on Graham Street.
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Developers’ applications are due September 11. Officials are aiming to finalize the development agreement by late summer/early fall of 2020.
https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...232162192.html


Gateway District website: https://www.charlottegatewaydistrict.com/




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Love the design of the Lowe's tower. The exterior bracing reminds me of 1105 West Peachtree rising in Midtown Atlanta.
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Love the design of the Lowe's tower. The exterior bracing reminds me of 1105 West Peachtree rising in Midtown Atlanta.
When the rendering was first released, I also thought of 1105 West Peachtree.
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Old Posted Jul 6, 2019, 8:30 PM
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From July 4th...Jonas Federal Courthouse

That's a boss view of the skyline!
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Old Posted Jul 20, 2019, 12:07 AM
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Three developers have made bids to potentially revamp the bus center site in uptown Charlotte into a mixed-use development.

WPTP Brevard LLC, BPR Properties and Crescent Communities have all submitted proposals for the Charlotte Transportation Center site, according to CATS. The deadline for submittals was earlier this week after a call for offers was made in early June, following an unsolicited bid to develop a mixed-use project at the site, which sits in the heart of uptown and along two transit corridors. By law, the transit agency was required to make a request for competing offers, which had a deadline of July 15.
https://www.bizjournals.com/charlott...evamp-bus.html


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Great #SundayScoop today by @jasonthomasclt & @charlotteagenda.

@CrescentSocial is planning a handsome & contextual office/retail building on the corner of 7th & Caswell.
This building will anchor an intersection that’s becoming more of a destination. A great addition to Eliz.
https://twitter.com/CLTdevelopment/s...07905353322496






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Charlotte-based AvidXchange Inc. will break ground in the fourth quarter on its second headquarters building, a $41 million investment that will help accommodate its growing workforce.

A second 201,000-square-foot building will be developed at the AvidXchange Music Factory campus just north of uptown, company executives announced at a press conference Thursday morning at AvidXchange's headquarters.

It will mirror AvidXchange's current headquarters building at the Music Factory. The sister facilities will be connected by a coffee shop, bistro-style restaurant and a 10,000-square-foot rooftop area.
https://www.bizjournals.com/charlott...on-second.html




From today...FNB Tower



On the way back from the beach last week...
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Old Posted Jul 26, 2019, 9:24 PM
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Can anyone direct me to a list of major projects under construction or actively planned for Charlotte?
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Can anyone direct me to a list of major projects under construction or actively planned for Charlotte?
You can find a lot of useful info here - https://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/forum/253-charlotte/ and here https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/vi...3x4ixzkhtPGb94
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 3:04 AM
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This looks great. Charlotte will benefit a lot with all the added depth downtown. What is the expected timeline for such a build-out?
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Awesome and thank you!
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Old Posted Jul 31, 2019, 1:33 AM
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This looks great. Charlotte will benefit a lot with all the added depth downtown. What is the expected timeline for such a build-out?
Probably at least 10-15 yrs...maybe more?

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David Tepper's big plans for Charlotte: retractable dome stadium, MLS franchise and much more

https://www.bizjournals.com/charlott...tractable.html

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At the Music Factory...

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A 32-story tower proposed in uptown in a recent rezoning petition could bring more multifamily units to uptown — but apartments or condos? The site plan filed with petition says it could allow either
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey/status/1154114901075361792

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Meck County tells me construction will start late next month for Memorial Stadium renovations. The project is expected to wrap up in early spring 2021 #MeckBOCC
@wsoctv
https://twitter.com/JoeBrunoWSOC9/st...90498678837254


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NEW: A mixed-use development will bring an AC Hotel, office space and rooftop restaurant to Ballantyne Village:
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey/status/1153286011641896960
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Old Posted Aug 13, 2019, 2:02 PM
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Can anyone direct me to a list of major projects under construction or actively planned for Charlotte?
This is my current list of everything that is U/C and 10 floors or higher. Multifamily is blazing hot, but its mostly in the 4-7 floor range, which I like as Charlotte is lacking in mid-density neighborhoods. It basically went from high rise office buildings straight to single family homes up until this recent boom.

Office:
Duke Energy Charlotte Metro Tower – 42 floors, ~660 feet
Legacy Union 1 (Bank of America Tower) – 35 floors, 632 ft. (topped out)
Ally Center – 27 floors, 427 feet (topped out)
Lowe’s Technology Center – 23 floors, 345 feet
Honeywell Tower – 23 floors, 326 feet
Legacy Union 2 (Deloitte) – 18 floors, 290 feet
1100 S. Tryon 1 (Lending Tree) – 11 floors
1100 S. Tryon 2 – 11 floors
Federal Courthouse – 10 floors, 165 feet

Hotel:
Hotel Intercontinental – 32 floors, 420 feet
JW Marriot – 22 floors, 280 feet
Grand Bohemian Hotel – 15 floors (topped out)
Home 2 Home Suites Stonewall – 11 floors (topped out)
Even Hotel – 10 floors (stalled)

Mixed:
First National Bank Tower – 29 floors, 365 feet

Residential:
550 Stonewall – 20 floors, 252 feet (topped out)
The Ellis – 33 floors, 384 feet
500 W. Trade – 14 floors
The Hawk – 13 floors
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Construction pics

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Construction of Atrium Health's Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute location in midtown reached a milestone on Wednesday as a topping-off ceremony signaled the end of the project's first phase.


Broadstone Queen City South End
https://apartments.com/broadstone-qu...te-nc/jh5tl87/




Grand opening of Savoy...
https://www.facebook.com/SavoyCLT/



https://www.instagram.com/p/B1t7ftuAfSv/

Took this last Monday...Charlotte Douglas Airport
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Old Posted Sep 2, 2019, 5:49 PM
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Progress Update! We have begun to install the mechanical equipment on the roof of Ally Charlotte Center! Soon, this section will be screened with a “Crown” fit for the Queen City!



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Our heart is full.

Thank you, Charlotte.


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