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Dub_Ag last won the day on June 9 2012

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  1. Camden closed on Parcel #4 from the City next to their Grandview community. Plans still call for 4-story rental townhomes.
  2. FYI, Charlotte City Center Partners is looking for a new Director of South End. If anyone here knows of someone interested, or eligible, job description attached. Director of Historic South End job description.pdf
  3. Why would Crescent need to be making such commitments to the City? Is the City funding the project in any way? If not, why would the City have any financial leverage over such delivery commitments?
  4. No, these signs are new. Just put out within the last couple of weeks. Can't find anything about a zoning petition on the County website either.
  5. There's a "Zoning Decision" sign on the Reynolds Site (between the two office building parking garages off Barclay Downs/Piedmont). Does anyone know what the decision was? I called the city but have not heard back.
  6. "Northwood Ravin Site @ Stonewall and Caldwell". At least until the next round of bids come in (June 15th).
  7. Any word on possible upsets coming forth on May 26th?
  8. Anything of real critical mass will be extremely limited at this site due to access constraints. When NCDOT reconfigured the freeway ramps, they placed restrictions on driveways or access points being added to the sites along Caldwell. Crescent was successful in appealing this restriction, only because their ingress/egress would not back up onto the exit ramp off I-277. However, adding a RI/RO along Caldwell at this Pollack Shores site is very unlikely, due to the restrictions in place and due to the fear that cars pulling into the site would back up into the exit ramp storage. Thus, with only
  9. The Brevard St Area plan, which encompasses this site, requires that 50% of net ground floor area must be "retail". Unfortunately, the definition of "retail" is open for interpretation (ie hotel lobby, apartment cafe, etc), however, 50% is such a sizeable requirement, there's no doubt that there will be some level of true consumer retail built into this site. I'd heard Proffitt Dixon was another initial bidder on the site.
  10. First retail tenant has been signed at Camden Gallery - "Blue Hem". An upscale jean store.
  11. He's selling West I and retaining West II for future investment purposes.
  12. New retail space coming: Publix: I've heard that the retail space out front of Publix is going to include a BB&T, cleaners (yawn) and an ABC liquor store (it's about dang time!) David Furman's office: does anyone have any updates on signed leases for the retail space at his office building on Camden? Camden Gallery: i've heard rumors of a couple different tenants floating around this space, but no signed leases as of yet. Does anyone else have any insight?
  13. Is it true that the church is also planning on building apartments, retail and possibly office and/or hotel?
  14. Per my resources, there will be no at-grade crossing. There were talks of a fly-over pedestrian bridge, but that was too expensive. Prior discussions of adding a stop here went quiet because most people liked that this was the one stretch where the train could "gather speed". However, I would suspect the conversation for a stop would re-open now that the grocer is coming to fruition.
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