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About SoDoSoPa

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  1. It really is all tourists on Broadway though, most locals are in places like 12th South, etc.. That being said, I would love to have an entertainment district just half that size here in Charlotte. At least have somewhere to take people when they come to visit.
  2. They are HQ'd in Cleveland, not Cinci. I really don't think they'll be leaving unless another city offers a huge incentive package.
  3. Not just at Growlers but also Haberdish, Crepe Cellar, and Reigning Doughnuts. All great places to eat also!
  4. With the rezoning request, I'm thinking LED style "signage" will be the final product. Hopefully similar to this; https://youtu.be/rF3ZNiRt-rc?t=28
  5. Vanguard would make sense, they already have a fairly large presence here out at Eagle Lake IIRC.
  6. https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2019/06/17/crescent-communities-nuveen-acquire-uptown-tower.html "The acquisition is unique in that it also includes entitlements above the Ivey's parking garage, on the back end of the site fronting Church Street, to build a new tower."
  7. There’s still plenty of space at the two buildings on Microsoft Way for an extra 400 people or so. Merck was leasing space for a while on campus, but moved out this year. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Please Please tell me this is a @Tyrone Wiggum Photoshop joke.... Please....
  9. "Charlotte has rapidly becoming known as a tech hub, with giants like PayPal and Lowes calling the city home." Should someone tell them about PayPal?
  10. They haven't started construction yet on the hotel or the church from what I can tell, but here's site plan.
  11. I really don't think Wilkes County has the infrastructure to support a Fortune 500 company HQ. Beyond that, they have a terrible time attracting any talent to a county that small. They were already have trouble recruiting engineers to Mooresville (hence the tech center in the SouthEnd), could you imagine trying to convince a young college graduate to move to Wilkesboro?
  12. “You have to take care of your home base,” Ellison said. “And for me, I just felt it was important, not only to try to drive sales here, but to make sure we’re involved in some of the initiatives that help to make Charlotte a more stronger and more vibrant community.” LOVE hearing that from the CEO, excited about Lowe's future here.
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    Any reason to link to the "Charlotte Ledger" instead of the WFAE article he is just re-hashing? That Ledger site looks to be on par with "Charlotte Stories"... https://www.wfae.org/post/brooklyn-ballantyne-story-behind-charlottes-affordable-housing-crisis#stream/0
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