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  1. I would guess MF and the timing is just that they're now to the point when they have a better idea of when Sycamore will vacate/relocate and free up the site for development. As of about 60 days ago, there were no serious prospects for the Phase 1 office.
  2. Ross was close to a deal to take the Staples space pre-COVID, but I'm assuming that deal is dead.
  3. Does anyone know what this is (make/model)?
  4. I think you guys are underestimating how large a 100k SF grocery store with 700 parking spaces is. DeeDee's hole is large enough, but I wouldn't ever bet on anything going there. The most logical site in South Charlotte is the catholic church owned land just north of Torringdon at Johnston and Community House or as part of Northwood's redevelopment of Ballantyne.
  5. Spoken like a true Chapel Hill resident...
  6. This is the site plan submitted. It's pretty clear from "to remain as-is" that it's excluded from the development area. I'd love to see the article where it said specifically that Teeter and Chapel Hill Tire were being torn down. The article I read had a quote from Marc Pons, the owner of Chapel Hill Tire, who said he wasn't going anywhere and he was excited about the redevelopment.
  7. That's 100% not even close to true. That store is not going anywhere.
  8. JP Morgan bought the land since they own the commercial part of Metropolitan. They were marketing the entire thing for sale, so the stakes are likely related to survey work rather than an actual project moving forward, although I'm sure the buyer does have plans to develop the land at some point as part of their overall business plan.
  9. Yeah, I'm not buying it. Nothing there that can be seen from the naked eye would lead me to believe that any of those buildings date back any earlier than the 1960s or 70s.
  10. I think the plan is to demo and just rebuild a larger deck in its place.
  11. No, it's Hoppin South End. They posted about it on their IG.
  12. They're also typically the first ones showing up to try that trendy new restaurant that opens in the development they fought.
  13. It's not at all. Retail is about demographics and NoDa just doesn't have them. Dilworth and Myers Park are within the 15 minute drive time radius of Atherton, not to mention the population density differences and interstate access in South End that NoDa just doesn't have. NoDa can't ever be what South End is for those reasons. I love the neighborhood, but from a retail perspective, the demographics will always make it inferior to South End.
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