navigator319

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    Charlotte-Douglas Airport (CLT) Expansion

    That picture is 50 years from now. Im 34 and will be dead most likely before see that diagram in real life.
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    Legacy Union (former Charlotte Observer redevelopment)

    What prime redevelopment opportunities these garages will be when we all zipping around in on-demand driverless cars in a few years
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    Legacy Union (former Charlotte Observer redevelopment)

    Well at least now know who to avoid. I don’t think they should publicize they were responsible for the name, logo, media strategy, digital, etc... All pretty horrendous in my opinion.
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    Legacy Union (former Charlotte Observer redevelopment)

    Speaking of tax... how does a development like Legacy pay property tax? What’s the formula and payment on 1million sqft?
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    Crescent Stonewall Station

    I saw the screening for he first time in person today and my first reaction was it looks better in the photos posted here. In person you see the gaps between the panes. It’s like disjointed not smooth as the photos make it look. I’m withholding final judgment until it’s complete, but I’m not holding my breath they cover enough. In fact I’m willing to bet they wasted 1/2 of this material that would be better served on place they won’t cover.
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    SouthEnd Midrise Projects

    Im happy to contribute $25k for a small equity stake in a teardown if it hastens the demise of any one of these.
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    Misc. Uptown Projects/News

    ^ Interesting checklist of the rules. I wonder if they even enforced. I see 2/3 I know places that have outdoor setting don't comply with.
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    Legacy Union (former Charlotte Observer redevelopment)

    My bet is Oct 5th for crown topping out
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    CATS Long Term Transit Plan - Silver, Red, Airport Lines

    I think it is so dumb votes for things are held in a special way and NOT on an election day in a November when turnout would be quadruple and I would assume a MUCH better chance of passing then. This applies to anything. I fault whomever in Nashville decided to have a special vote vs. a November ballot question.
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    Charlotte-Douglas Airport (CLT) Expansion

    That project is on track to finish in June, with flight service expected to begin in late July, Haley Gentry, chief business and innovation officer at Charlotte Douglas, said on Tuesday.
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    Atherton Mill Redevelopment

    Yawn. Hope they step up their leasing game. crap box design and coma inducing 'retail'
  12. Just walked by this and she is still their, BUT the parking lot is still open and not fenced off where she is. Only the buildings being demolished have fencing around them at this point.
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    Tryon Place - Crescent project at Tryon and Stonewall

    Yes I am 100% hatting on everything outside of my crude box. I hold Crescent responsible for the just exquisite pair of hotels this is bring as well. Have you see the drive by video of Atherton as well??? 🤮
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    Tryon Place - Crescent project at Tryon and Stonewall

    I have no issue with what these projects bring to Charlotte. I disdain the packages in which Crescent brings these to life in. Uninspired, generic, boring, uniform, ugly etc... It’s a travesty if you ask me. I will hold out judgment on Ally Center only because of external cross bracing of its skin and potential for ground floor. All the rest you mention I fully judge already as [emoji90]. Atherton is the worst offender in my opinion.
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    Tryon Place - Crescent project at Tryon and Stonewall

    I say good riddance to Crescent in their current form. Maybe some new leadership will bring in new thinking on urban development standards.