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Old Posted Dec 22, 2019, 11:14 PM
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By the way, this compilation excludes projects in South Park and Ballantyne. It was kinda hard to include everything without reducing the resolution so I omitted them.
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Old Posted Dec 23, 2019, 12:53 AM
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Some really nice projects proposed. The Charolette Metro Tower almost reminds me a bit of the World Trade Center 2 original tower that was never built.
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Old Posted Dec 30, 2019, 6:54 PM
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Cool compilation courtesy of Charlotte Ledger on the development that's occurred over the past decade
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2020, 10:11 PM
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South Park

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Jan 8
You read it here first: New apartment tower on Fairview across from SouthPark mall Nordstrom entrance on old Fifth Third Bank site. By Dominion Realty. Approx. 15 stories and 365 units, would be tallest residential structure in SouthPark. (2nd item)
https://charlotteledger.substack.com...ily-take-myers

Dilworth

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Danielle Chemtob
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Jan 9
Four buildings with condos, offices and retail/restaurant uses are planned for Dilworth, city records show.
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An application for a city permit, filed by John Barker of DAS Architecture, details plans for four buildings surrounding a plaza along Lombardy Circle in Dilworth. Four levels of underground parking would sit below the plaza.
Three condo buildings between three and eight stories high would be built on the site, the application said, with a pool on the roof of the three-story structure. A fourth building would have offices and retail/restaurant uses at the courtyard level.

Read more here: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/ne...#storylink=cpy
NoDa

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Ashley Fahey
@CBJFahey
Jan 6

What's going to be developed at the Herrin Ice site? Details are still being ironed out but expect a dense project and a mixture of residential and commercial space, including new construction office buildings — a first for NoDa.
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Grubb went under contract on the approximately 10.5-acre property, at 315 E. 36th St., last year. Though closing remains "a little bit fluid right now," the developer is underway on a master plan that will likely include a mix of uses, such as offices, retail and apartments, said Eric Applefield, director of development at Grubb Properties.
https://www.bizjournals.com/charlott..._news_headline

South End

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Jan 8

New Hotel coming to South End!

Aloft Hotel with 139 Rooms, 11,000 sq feet of retail coming to area just across from Greystone Pub and a block south of Eight + Sand
More info: https://www.charlotteagenda.com/1921...-of-south-end/



Lower South End

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Before and after: Why Beacon Partners is substantially increasing the scope for its project at the Scaleybark Station — from 500,000-plus square feet to 1M-plus square feet. https://bizjournals.com/charlotte/ne...roject.html…

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Old Posted Jan 15, 2020, 12:03 AM
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Is Scaleybark station physically in South End?
I know South End begins (south of the I-277), but don't know where it ends.

Could someone clarify the boundaries? Thx
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Old Posted Jan 15, 2020, 2:13 AM
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Is Scaleybark station physically in South End?
I know South End begins (south of the I-277), but don't know where it ends.

Could someone clarify the boundaries? Thx
Thanks for pointing it out. I edited the post to say "Lower South End". It is the small area adjacent to South End. See link below for the map and explanation. Most people I know, including myself, hate the name "LoSo". Historically, the area is known as Queens Park (which I prefer).

https://www.charlotteagenda.com/1038...erful-stopped/
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2020, 8:49 PM
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The Spectrum Cos. and FCA Partners will break ground this spring on a project in the Gold District, which will include 303 apartments and 11,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space. https://bizjournals.com/charlotte/ne...ect-in.html…
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey




Map of Gold District via @CLTdevelopment




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Jan 23
Developing: A mixed-use project that includes an office tower and multifamily units is being eyed for the 615 E. Morehead St. site in midtown, one of the few remaining undeveloped parcels along that corridor.
https://t.co/ivij7d6X8a?amp=1



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NEW: Ten Tryon is finally getting ready to break ground as a 15-story tower with office space anchored by a Fortune 100, a Publix grocery store and a new lead developer. More info and a new rendering: https://bizjournals.com/charlotte/ne...will.htmlÂ…
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey



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The project has gone through multiple iterations and proposed uses over the years — with varying amounts of condos, apartments, a hotel, grocery store and office space all having been contemplated in the past — but it will ultimately be a 15-story, 215,000-square-foot building with 175,000 square feet of office space and a Publix grocery store on the ground floor. Publix formally signed on at the project for 28,000 square feet in December. The building will also include a 9,000-square-foot sky terrace restaurant with a 4,000-square-foot patio and a 340-space parking garage.

The developers say they are finalizing a lease agreement with an undisclosed Fortune 100 company, which is slated to take the top three floors, or about 55,000 square feet, at Ten Tryon and serve as its anchor.
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Ten Tryon will break ground in the second quarter of this year and is expected to finish in the summer of 2022.
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A parking deck in uptown — particularly its ground-floor space — is about to get a makeover with a project by Barings, which owns both the deck and the office tower across the street. https://bizjournals.com/charlotte/news
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey





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New
@HomewoodSuites
by
@HiltonHotels
coming to Uptown Charlotte.
209 suites
4,000 square feet of street-level retail area
3,500 square feet of flexible meeting space

Being built beside
@LennarCharNC
's 33 Fl, 549 unit, 25k sq foot retail development "The Ellis"






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One of our followers sent us a very cool construction update of the new Gateway train platform, and the vista of cranes as far as the eye can see.
#CharlotteRising
https://twitter.com/CLTdevelopment

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Old Posted Jan 25, 2020, 9:13 PM
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2020, 9:36 PM
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One more pic of the Charlotte Metro Tower cranes. Normally, Charlotte doesn't get yellow cranes; they must have imported them from out of state? This is the 2nd site with yellow cranes, the first being FNB Tower #outofbluecranes


https://twitter.com/KtylerR/status/1220435989576941568
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2020, 10:39 PM
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Every time I visit this thread, it's a treat.
Charlotte's downtown area is so impressive.
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One more pic of the Charlotte Metro Tower cranes. Normally, Charlotte doesn't get yellow cranes; they must have imported them from out of state? This is the 2nd site with yellow cranes, the first being FNB Tower #outofbluecranes


https://twitter.com/KtylerR/status/1220435989576941568
There are existing towers which have not used the blue crane that we tend to see in Charlotte.
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Old Posted Jan 28, 2020, 7:43 PM
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There are existing towers which have not used the blue crane that we tend to see in Charlotte.
I want to see green cranes haha.



More hotels for South End....I guess it is cheaper to build outside the loop, but uptown needs more hotels imo. Whenever there is a large event, our corporate folks struggle to get rooms. Uptown has a large volume of business travelers. I see people with luggage all the time in our building. And speaking of business travelers, the office across from us has a bunch of British workers. Always interesting to take in their accent during elevator rides.


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A few weeks ago I received a question from a follower.

"Hey, what's going on at Bland & S. Tryon, that site has been dug up for a while."

I couldn't give a definitive answer.

Today we might have our answer, plans were filed for a hotel with structured parking on .6 acres.
https://twitter.com/CLTdevelopment/s...74671468158976


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Replying to
@CLTdevelopment
This brings the count up to 7 potential hotels rising in
@SouthEndCLT

1. Vantage Boutique
2. OmShera on Hawkins
3. OmShera at District Dilworth
4. Additional District Dilworth Hotel
5. Aloft
6. Potential Phase 2 Design Center
7. This
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Will update as I get more information.

I suspect this isn't the last hotel we hear about. I have a lead on another one on Carson Blvd.
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Old Posted Jan 28, 2020, 8:06 PM
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From yesterday morning...ever since they converted one of the lanes on 4th street to bus lane, traffic has really backed up. So I am now cutting through 4th Ward and 3rd Ward to get to 2nd Ward #OnToTheNextRoute On positive note, I get to see construction in these areas.

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Old Posted Jan 29, 2020, 3:47 AM
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Credit to UP for finding this sexy animation video.

Website https://kdc.com/our-work/125-baldwin

https://vimeo.com/373486835


The views from midtown/elizabeth <3





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Old Posted Feb 1, 2020, 7:06 PM
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Fresh New Renderings.
New Tallest Residential Tower coming to South Park Mall Area
185 ft
15 fl
Up to 1,500 sq ft retail
365 units
Will be located at 6310 Fairview Rd. replacing the Fifth Third Bank across from the Mall.
https://twitter.com/CLTdevelopment/s...12726412013569

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Old Posted Feb 1, 2020, 7:23 PM
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MLS Charlotte HQ Development at Eastland

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Jan 29

A site plan was filed with the petition that depicts three development areas — Development Area "2" is where the MLS facility will be built. "1" is viewed as the site's primary commercial center while "3" will be mostly residential, including low-density housing.
https://twitter.com/CBJFahey/status/1222520208964968448



https://www.bizjournals.com/charlott...out-plans.html
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Sittema said his team and the city have held at least 14 community meetings so far to map out the future of Eastland. While specifics such as the amount of development are to be determined, the idea is to have a mixture of housing — for rent and for sale, with varying density — as well as space for retail, restaurants, office users and potentially a hotel.

Plans also call for a public park and a greenway connection. Sittema said his firm is in conversations with Mecklenburg County about the park, so details such as size or potential design are not yet available.
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Vertical construction of the first phase of development — which will include market-rate apartments and for-sale housing, as well as food and beverage retail — would probably begin in mid-2021 and deliver by late 2022
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How come there's no mention of Duke Energy Tower 2 (about 660 feet) in this thread? (Or maybe I'm just blind?)

Really hope that one goes through.


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Awesome pics Rhodium!
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Old Posted Feb 1, 2020, 7:48 PM
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How come there's no mention of Duke Energy Tower 2 (about 660 feet) in this thread? (Or maybe I'm just blind?)

Really hope that one goes through.
It is covered here, just by a different name: Charlotte Metro Tower (official name). It is under construction.
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Remember when Barcelona Soccer Academy was supposed to be the anchor? We now have our own team.


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