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  1. Looks like Johns space is going to be a second location for Crafty Beer Guys out of Huntersville.
  2. They have no plans for that site. It was just a yield play and if they happen to get the real estate back then there's definitely upside, but don't look for anything to happen there any time soon.
  3. There are a handful of retail deals already in process there, and Asana will definitely be able to use their retail expertise to snowball that into more deals. A lot of the retailers out there looking want the historic space versus new, so with Atherton having little space left, this is the next best option. It won't go to 100% retail, but a good portion of it will at the end of the day.
  4. I thought they had already settled on Hickory or Morganton, but maybe that shifted when they made the decision to go into VA. 1.2 mil SF is huge, even for Publix.
  5. They're taking down the fern portion and adding parking and then renovating the facade of the rest of the building that's supposed to remain.
  6. Aldi, Quiktrip, self storage, fast food and shop space.
  7. Assuming those townhouses are going to be along Euclid, they do not fit in at all with Dilworth. Wish they could swap places with the Kee Ct THs posted above because they really do look great and will be a refreshing change from everything going up now. EDIT - saw the site plan, they are on Euclid. Not sure why they're showing it as a 4 lane road though. Is it just me, or does anyone else get skeptical when an out of town group with no ties to Charlotte and no experience here gets picked? Even the CEOs quotes seem very generic and canned to me, but maybe I'm just cynical. It also seems odd about their programming for Phase 1...
  8. Kee Court townhome plans were approved. The elevations are awful... It fits in with south end about as well as the townhomes down the street at Church & Bland, which if I'm not mistaken, were also built by Ryan.
  9. That was the only piece that needed rezoning. The rest was already TOD.
  10. Doesn't look like they're doing much besides adding decals. The actual retail space is already there. I guess it's better than nothing, but I'm not really a fan.
  11. I'm curious why this one makes sense versus any/all of the others?
  12. Could be. I know both are in that immediate area, but I thought Heist was between Statesville and Graham.
  13. Yeah, I think this is Sycamore's production facility.
  14. Agenda getting confirmation on Common Market re-opening - As I believe someone previously mentioned, it'll be on W. Tremont.
  15. From the city's 2017 Strategic Operating Plan (aka Budget) - Southend Pedestrian/Bicycle Connector - $2.0 million for New Project. Given the significant changes in land use and resulting economic development adjacent to the light rail system, staff has identified the need to design and construct a signalized pedestrian connection across the light rail tracks (i.e. at-grade). This connection would occur in a section of the light rail system that is roughly midway between two existing light rail stations (New Bern Station and East/West Station). Currently, there is no way for pedestrians to cross the tracks at the mid-point (near the new Publix development) without trespassing across the light rail system. This project will leverage private investment and create transportation choices. This project will be added to the 2016 Bond Referendum.