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  1. I think its in Future Skyline Renderings thread
  2. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ All my knowledge on this project is fairly outdated. Things are pretty fluid with this project. Most of what I know is based of educated guesses and little bits of info I've managed to get out of people. I've spoken to people associated to the project off the record and it would seem to me that LS3P has drawn a couple buildings. Time will tell. I'm willing to bet that my last couple prediction siteplans/drawings will be fairly accurate.
  3. 509 South Tryon | Possible Duke Energy Tower

    If CK announced a tower as "spec" and then Duke Energy was like, oh hey, lets lease space here, we are busting at the seams. I think it'd be different than an assumed Joint Venture coming to light a few weeks before a rate hike request.
  4. 509 South Tryon | Possible Duke Energy Tower

    I think the media covering the presubmittal might have killed this project for a while. It'll definitely happen one day, but I don't think it'll start before 2020-22. I think the tower being announced when they were trying to get a rate hike approved looked really bad for the company. If someone at Childress Klein had just submitted this with a codename (Project Sasquatch perhaps) instead of Duke Energy Tower #2, there might have been a better chance of getting it built sooner than later.
  5. I posted a more up to date one somewhere. Also should be noted Lennar and Intercontinental would be in this picture.
  6. Amazon HQ2

    huh? NYC is the cultural/entertainment capital of the world. Always has been.
  7. Charlotte Photo of the Day

    I'm expecting great pictures from everyone!
  8. Stonewall - Northwood Ravin Project

    Update Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. St. Louis no longer has the Rams, and Oakland won't have a team once the Raiders move to Las Vegas
  10. I think its having minimal to moderate impact. BofA is an island and the only places directly affected by the possibility of it moving is those that cater to entertaining that island after people leave it, and before people go to it. Legacy Union isn't conceived to be another Epicentre. The portion facing the stadium was always planned to be residential with street level retail, not something that directly is affected by BofA Stadium. The Stadium leaving uptown might indirectly affect the area for the fact that it would remove one more sellable/marketable asset uptown. I don't think it would directly affect any development, just maybe indirectly. Bofa Stadium isn't driving development uptownn, institutional investment, a strong job market and a growing population is driving development uptown.
  11. Stonewall - Northwood Ravin Project

    I mean. Its a park that'd be the closest park to a couple thousand new residents that do not have a park anywhere near them. It'd also bridge a not so friendly gap between uptown and that section of South End. It builds bridges, yadda yadda.
  12. Stonewall - Northwood Ravin Project

    Work in Progress (I should go home before my wife kicks my ass). This is what I'd do with that intersection.
  13. NoDa (N Davidson St Arts District) Projects

    I mean, I don't think anybody should trust me, and I'm 32.
  14. Stonewall - Northwood Ravin Project

    I don't think this land was ever part of the city offering because of access issues. There is an extensive study about the future of 277/77/Brookshire in the below. Talks about http://charlottenc.gov/Projects/Documents/I-277_I-77 Loop Strategic Plan_Final Report 2.pdf