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  1. My Hill St S Tryon shots of Legacy 2 the Deloitte tower rising. There are always a swarm of workers around this building and the parking garage. Caution I may have not captured a single one on my photos but trust me. Today. #CharlotteRising. anyone hear of any retail tenants coming to the Legacy garage yet? Here is one of my bets a Fuzzy's Taco.
  2. Many of these prospects new shell buildings either warehouse or industrial facilities and those are a lot less built on spec but they do some around the Charlotte area. In terms of office users I would say most markets in the state the major metro areas have space immediately available for tenants or at least temporarily until they can build what they want.
  3. Truist Bank announces $60 Billion community reinvestment fund for their service area. https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2019/07/16/suntrust-bb-t-announce-60-billion-community.html
  4. Biggest econ development projects in NC so far this year and bold ones are in the Charlotte region and or our primary tv market LOL. Here’s a look at the job wins announced by the North Carolina Department of Commerce through June 30: Lowe’s: 1,600 jobs, Mecklenburg County Chewy: 1,200 jobs, Rowan County Greenheck Group, 400 jobs, Cleveland County CleanAire, 305 jobs, Wilson County Aetna, 300 jobs, Guilford County Pacon Manufacturing Corporation, 299 jobs, Brunswick County Parexel International Corporation, 264 jobs, Durham County SynergyLabs, 237 jobs, Burke County Design Foundry, 202 jobs, Catawba County Cellectis, 200 jobs, Wake County AveXis, 200 jobs, Durham County Broad River Retail/Ashley HomeStore, 161 jobs, Johnston County BestCo LLC, 141 jobs, Iredell County VBC Manufacturing, 130 jobs, Richmond County Pella Corporation, 124 jobs, Rockingham County KriGen Pharmaceuticals, 100 jobs, Harnett County AmeriQual Aseptic, 76 jobs, Montgomery County ENG Mobile Systems, 60 jobs, Cumberland County Loba-Wakol, LLC, 24 jobs, Anson County Superior Plastics Extrusion Company, 13 jobs, Richmond County from this subscriber Triangle Business Journal article also ""Chris Chung, CEO of the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, says there’s a healthy pipeline of companies considering North Carolina for “close to a couple hundred active projects at this particular time.” Statewide, several of those are business recruitment efforts, he says. And some prospects are actively eyeing the Triangle. The biggest barrier he sees across the board? A tight market for move-in-ready real estate. “We still do see about 75 percent of our business recruitment clients who come in the door saying, ‘we would like to come into an existing space if one exists,” he says. If a space isn’t available, “it really is hard to get past that first discussion.”""
  5. since I had to park in the shadows of this Holiday Inn Express today whilst eating way over at the Design Center here are some shots. This hotel will be slammed from day 1 is my prediction.
  6. from CLT Twitter feed today now open in Concourse C I ate at these all over Hong Kong when I had a hankering for a sandwich.
  7. today and this tower is officially underway. amazing how quick after it was announced. Childress Klein and Lincoln Harris dont talk about towers for long before building them! Bonus shots of the Hawk rising not much difference since last week. Unfortunately as I predicted parking is a premium now during the weekdays in this area with all the blocked spaces along the streets and surface lots gone.
  8. My short driving tour of FreeMore and Wesley Heights today. Unbelievable changes happening over by Thrift Rd, Freedom Dr and that older industrial area along Jay St. 1.2 The Refinery 3. Arlo apartments on W Morehead 4. 5. Hygge coworking and Not Just Coffee 6 Lucky Dog Bark Park 7.8. 9. old warehouses become new offices and retail 10. crossing I-77
  9. Views of the skyline from points west today when I went looking for some Noble Smoke.
  10. traffic blocked near Railyard today so some good photos. I noticed they now have 3 office tenants signs up and with the upcoming retail to have signage for sure too this building will have a lot of signs. Not sure how I feel about that. Allstate signage is not shown but here are the others. Micro apartments up to 3rd level no photo today. Last photo bonus shot of beer garden across the street.
  11. Here are my photos when I attempted to have lunch there today only serving limited dinner menu until real opening next week. But boy did it smell great and I predict this will be my new go to Barbecue place (and ample parking which unfortunately the Superica area no longer has due to all the construction) Based on smells and what I saw of the restaurant I say this is my new favorite restaurant! Bossy Beaut's chicken sandwich restaurant underway next door first photo. Sorry forgot to include the name Noble Smoke on Freedom Drive. http://noblesmokebarbecue.com/ My sneak peek photos from today.
  12. ^^^NIMBYism I would suggest. Plus the Business Journal article said Crescent promised not to have medical office tenants in the building or fitness centers as retail tenants. I guess they don't want anyone coming to their neighborhood.
  13. CBRE has their tech talent report out and it shows Charlotte metro gaining rapidly on Raleigh Durham in terms of tech jobs and so forth. Raleigh Durham has 61,040 tech jobs growing at 8.9% since 2013 I think Charlotte metro has 55.430 growing slightly faster at 9.2% Here is the whole report. https://www.cbre.us/research-and-reports/Scoring-Tech-Talent-in-North-America-2019
  14. ^^^ That seems strange to me too the taller building could be along Morehead but the other parcel closer to 277 had height restriction. I did also notice that about Bank of America HQ supposedly moving to the BOAT at Legacy I dont believe that for one minute. The offices primarily moving there are coming from Hearst not BofA CC. And the bank owns the 60 story corporate center tower. anyway it is interesting how they are marketing it and I do think it is a good site for maybe a high rise mixed used tower apartments atop of offices like FNB. the views are stunning from that angle.
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