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Old Posted Oct 19, 2010, 11:00 PM
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Queen of the Carolinas...Part 2


Trade Street


Ritz Carlton with new BofA offices behind it. The development is LEED gold certified.








Buckhead Saloon: Must…Copy…Atlanta…


The base of the new BofA tower.


Looking up.










Another parking lot to fill








This church was very cut off from all street interaction and had a private driveway in front of it. It was all walled in.


See above.


Carillon’s public art.






This building is actually new.






More ugly art.


The Vue, very tall residential.




Infill in the 4th ward near Vue.


















What the hell is this?


Speaking of modern. Modern mixed very well with old.




Back on N. Tryon


Garage near Time Warner Center






Sky gardens in the new BofA building

Now on to the suburbs:










Taco Mac!













Now on to Lynx/TODs:






























Notice how far away Duke Energy Center/Wells area is from the BofA cluster.




The end. Sunset from Greenville, SC highway.
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Old Posted Oct 20, 2010, 9:51 AM
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Ah Charlotte, maybe if they could combine it with Atlanta, Birmingham, Raleigh and Asheville they could have one really cool city, and by the way is it against the law to own your own local business in downtown Charlotte or does everyone just like chains there?
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2010, 11:56 AM
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nice tour.

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Ah Charlotte, maybe if they could combine it with Atlanta, Birmingham, Raleigh and Asheville they could have one really cool city, and by the way is it against the law to own your own local business in downtown Charlotte or does everyone just like chains there?
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Old Posted Nov 3, 2010, 7:50 PM
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Man. Charlotte looks goooood!
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Ah Charlotte, maybe if they could combine it with Atlanta, Birmingham, Raleigh and Asheville they could have one really cool city, and by the way is it against the law to own your own local business in downtown Charlotte or does everyone just like chains there?
There were maybe, like, five shots that showed retail (half of them being in an area anchored by a mall), and you come to such a sensible conclusion. Give yourself a round of applause.
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Great photos of beautiful Charlotte! Don't listen to the bitterness of the envious.
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Every single solitary photo says it's been removed!


UGH!
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