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Old Posted Sep 2, 2019, 5:54 PM
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CTC Redevelopment

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CATS has selected the White Point Partners/Dart Interest joint venture to begin discussions for the redevelopment of the Charlotte Transportation Center in uptown
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Charlotte developer White Point and its partner, Texas-based DART Interests, are proposing two options for the site’s redevelopment. The firms are asking CATS to donate the transit center property to an entity that would be controlled by the partnership. In return, CATS would license or lease the new transit facility at no cost.
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Plans for the first option call for a 20-story office tower, a hotel and ground-floor retail, with the bus facility on the ground floor.

In the second option, the partnership would build a 30-story tower and move the transit center one block to the southwest, to the site the firms acquired. Both options would create a “large-scale, mixed-use development” on the land the partnership acquired, the transit center site and around 1.7 acres that the firms said they have under contract to purchase at the southeast corner of Brevard and 4th streets.

The document estimates the first option would cost around $375 million, and the second would cost around $387 million.
https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...234155597.html



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Old Posted Sep 2, 2019, 6:06 PM
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Uptown/South End I-277 Pedestrian Bridge finally funded

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U.S. Bank will help fund the construction of a pedestrian bridge over Interstate 277, Center City Partners said Wednesday, as local leaders look to connect uptown with South End.

As the lead sponsor, the bank will contribute $1 million to the estimated $11.5 million bridge, which will cross the interstate between South College Street and South Boulevard. There are also local and state funds for the project — the city will pay $3.1 million, the N.C. Department of Transportation is kicking in $3.3 million and Mecklenburg County will contribute $3.1 million.
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Design work is expected to start this year, with construction beginning by summer 2021. The bridge was cut from the Blue Line’s plans prior to its opening in 2007 to save money. The trail runs for miles along the light rail, but pedestrians and cyclists have to get on a bridge with heavy car traffic over I-277 to get into uptown.
https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...234213887.html

Convention Center/Stonewall Pedestrian Bridge updated renderings.
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🚨🚨NEW RENDERING ALERT🚨🚨
A lot has been discussed the past 24 hrs about bridging the gap from
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Old Posted Sep 2, 2019, 6:13 PM
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Strawn Cottage Redevelopment

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🚨🚨NEW RENDERINGS ALERT🚨🚨

The Fallon Company from Boston has been quietly moving forward on plans to redevelop the Strawn Apartment community in Dilworth & #Odell has new renderings showing what we can expect when the project is complete.
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Old Posted Sep 2, 2019, 6:47 PM
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So sad to have missed this But I just got back in town the day before the 10K and was tired. Perhaps next year...

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Old Posted Sep 9, 2019, 10:36 PM
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From Bank of America Stadium

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FNB tower crane...

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Old Posted Sep 25, 2019, 10:08 PM
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4th Ward Residential Tower

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The group that has proposed a residential tower on the Fourth Ward edge of uptown has increased its allowable maximum unit count for the site.

Carolina Development Group NC LLC filed a rezoning petition earlier this year to allow up to 320 multifamily units and 5,000 square feet of commercial space in a 32-story building on North Smith Street, on a portion of the block bounded by Smith, 10th and Graham streets in Fourth Ward. A recent site plan revision is now requesting up to 350 units and includes a rendering of what the project could look like.
https://www.bizjournals.com/charlott...-proposed.html

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Old Posted Sep 25, 2019, 10:12 PM
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From last Sunday...the Ellis



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Old Posted Sep 25, 2019, 10:42 PM
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The Hawk at South End (13 or 14 fl residential)

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A 23-story office tower is coming to South End near a popular restaurant

Another tower announced for South End...SE is having its' own mini skyline sooner rather than later.

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Two out-of-state companies announced plans Wednesday to build a 23-story tower in South End, the latest in a wave of projects that will bring a corporate presence to the area.

Florida-based developer Stiles Corporation and San Francisco real estate firm Shorenstein Properties said they had purchased the 2-acre site for the development, off of South Boulevard next to the East/West light rail station. The site includes restaurants Tupelo Honey and The Manchester, and other businesses, but the tower will be built on the parking lot behind them, said Justin Siemens, president of Stiles Carolinas.

Construction on the 385,000-square-foot office building could start within the next year, Stiles said in a release.
https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...236813373.html


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The building, will rise on the land currently occupied by
@TupeloHoney
& #TheManchester, as well as the parking lot behind Grace Covenant, literally hugging the church that dates back to the 1800s.

The tower, will be 1 of 8 new buildings over 150 ft rising in the neighborhood
https://twitter.com/CLTdevelopment/s...59246088138753





South End Construction (Spectrum)

https://twitter.com/CLTdevelopment/s...07988481863680

View from opposite direction...Deloitte (Legacy II)


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I wonder if South end will start developing more similarly to Midtown Atlanta or Uptown Dallas. It seems like the projects being announced there are getting higher in height.
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I wonder if South end will start developing more similarly to Midtown Atlanta or Uptown Dallas. It seems like the projects being announced there are getting higher in height.
I don't know about that....but when I saw the purchase price I was like what the heck! That's like uptown territory.

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The two buildings and 2 acres included in the sale traded for $21.5 million, according to a source with knowledge of the deal — a sizable transaction even for booming South End, where new office towers are announced seemingly weekly.
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Old Posted Nov 2, 2019, 11:55 PM
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I don't know about that....but when I saw the purchase price I was like what the heck! That's like uptown territory.
Makes sense. More expensive land means you have to build higher to get a decent ROI.
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After two years, the renderings are finally here!


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Take a look at a conceptual rendering of the new Main Library in uptown. Tonight, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation formally kicked off a $70M campaign to build the new library, an estimated $100M project. https://bizjournals.com/charlotte/ne...g-library.html
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The campaign is technically a $135M initiative, including the $65 million that Mecklenburg County budgeted for the library in 2017. About $100 million — $50 million from the county and $50 million from the campaign — will be used for the new Main Library.
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Groundbreaking on the new Main Library is now expected to occur in 2021, with the library opening in 2024.
https://snohetta.com/projects/470-ch...w-main-library





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You know, Charlotte may end up having one of the most urban and dense downtowns in the lower half of the US. It’s definitely developing nicely.
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That library by Snohetta is gorgeous.
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A $40 million hotel, along with offices and shops are coming to midtown Charlotte

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The developer behind a plan to revamp 7 acres in midtown Charlotte unveiled details Wednesday for the next phase of the project, which will include a hotel, offices and shops.

Pappas Properties said it will build a $40 million, 150-room Tapestry by Hilton Collection hotel with a rooftop bar across from Pearl Street Park. It’s the first Charlotte location for that Hilton brand, launched in 2017.

Pappas also announced plans to build up to 210,000 square feet of office space and 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space at the corner of Kenilworth Avenue and Pearl Park Way. The height and number of office buildings that could be developed will vary depending on demand, said Peter Pappas, founder and CEO of Pappas Properties.
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Pappas expects construction of the office and retail building and hotel to start in the third quarter of 2020, around the same time that work on the Atrium buildings is expected to wrap up.
https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...237069539.html






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The midtown site that was once home to the CRRA’s old building and surface parking could get a lot more dense in the coming years.
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey/status/1192201066512867328




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That library by Snohetta is gorgeous.
Read that the Discovery Place Science Museum expansion across the street has a wild design as well, we shall see...fingers crossed.
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Read that the Discovery Place Science Museum expansion across the street has a wild design as well, we shall see...fingers crossed.
And aren’t updates planned for the Blumenthal as well ?
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And aren’t updates planned for the Blumenthal as well ?
Yes, but the expansion is on a smaller scale vs $100 millions for the library and ~$400 millions for the museum.
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Yes, but the expansion is on a smaller scale vs $100 millions for the library and ~$400 millions for the museum.
Yeah, looks like cosmetics and maybe slight expansion of lobby.
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