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  1. Check out the Holston House in Nashville it was made into a boutique hotel by Hyatt. It's very similar to Hall House. Hopefully, we can get something similar it would really help the area https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en&pb=!1s0x88646658b2f0822b%3A0x6fb4e6cc50809e04!2m22!2m2!1i80!2i80!3m1!2i20!16m16!1b1!2m2!1m1!1e1!2m2!1m1!1e3!2m2!1m1!1e5!2m2!1m1!1e4!2m2!1m1!1e6!3m1!7e115!4s%2Fmaps%2Fplace%2Fholston%2Bhouse%2Bnashville%2F%4036.1600976%2C-86.7813237%2C3a%2C75y%2C28.26h%2C90t%2Fdata%3D*213m4*211e1*213m2*211sms_I2UruWdBWQhXivPiS3g*212e0*214m2*213m1*211s0x88646658b2f0822b%3A0x6fb4e6cc50809e04%3Fsa%3DX!5sholston house nashville - Google Search!15sCAQ&imagekey=!1e2!2sms_I2UruWdBWQhXivPiS3g&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwig37r5mIDiAhUPnq0KHS9IAAMQpx8wCnoECAsQCw https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/tennessee/holston-house-nashville/bnaub
  2. Agreed, I'm fine with practice facilities hoping across the state line. But the Pipe and Foundry would be a great site for a new stadium! After going to a Dallas Cowboys game I realized having a stadium in the center city is a great value.
  3. 1. I love the brick addition at the street level! 2. I appreciate whoever added a retail spot called "Rose All Day"
  4. CLT getting a Centurion lounge from Amex https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2018/12/05/amex-picks-london-charlotte-next-centurion-lounge-airport-clubs/2208906002/
  5. Didn't think/say it was a problem it has just been a while since Revolution left and Moo & Brew backed out. Just excited to see a new project come along.
  6. The wall on 36th street underneath the new freight train bridge has already been tagged. Seems like more graffiti is happening on this side of town. In other Noda News Solstice Tavern is closing (not surprised the food was never great) A new restaurant has FINALLY been announced for Revolutions old spot. It is going to be called Room & Board and will be opening December/January. More about it in the Noda Newsletter https://noda.org/nodanews-2/
  7. I've been out to Huntington Beach, CA a few times and visited Pacific City which has a great mix of retail, restaurants, bars and even a small food hall. If we could make epicenter similar to that I would be completely satisfied. https://www.gopacificcity.com/whats-here/
  8. Great story on how Charlotte prepared itself for flooding. Would of been a different story this past weekend if they didn't take such action. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-19/charlotte-shows-how-to-beat-flooding
  9. When I was there it seemed to be the people in line who were holding things up. Seemed to be first timers, who could not hear. The cashier would say "I can take the next person in line" like four times because people were too busy staring at the menu or not paying attention.
  10. Flywheel is planning more projects near the Sugar Creek station in Noda-ish https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2018/03/29/climbing-gym-breweries-creative-office-tenants.html
  11. Here is the path from 36th Street Station.
  12. I agree that new development will slow down as more of these buildings become available. The leasing offices are going to have a lot of competition, but Charlotte will continue to grow and I think most developments will be fine. The real shift will be to see if more people want to go from renting to owning. That's why I believe it is important some developers start looking at that. A majority of people want to be near the city center and in walkable neighborhoods, have access to transit. Even a lot of baby boomers are moving back to the cities because they are reaching retirement and want less to do with all the upkeep of owning a house. I live in Novel Noda, and quite a few of my neighbors are in their mid-forties or older. So I think that attraction of living in an urban setting will help these apartments out. Also, Cadence Music Factory already has residents living in it. That's just my two cents.
  13. They confirmed March 16 is still the opening date. 36th street (the actual street) is supposed to re-open by June, and they are in the works with a ride share (they didnt' confirm Lyft or Uber) to have a service that will connect you from CATS transit to rideshare. That was all mentioned in the preview ride.
  14. I got to ride the extension yesterday for a test group with CATS it was a great ride, we took it all the way from I-485 to UNC-C it took just under an hour for the whole ride. They haven't finalized the speed yet so once they do I think it will take about 45-50 minutes. I've attached one of the stories below. (Michael Fleming) that's me https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2018/02/20/early-look-what-to-expect-when-cats-opens-blue.html
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