RiverwoodCLT

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About RiverwoodCLT

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  1. RiverwoodCLT

    SouthEnd Midrise Projects

    I love Bojangles, can eat there 1 time a week.
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    Charlotte Photo of the Day

    Maybe they like it that way. They get a good view of uptown.
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    Triangle photo of the day

    Most of the old uptown building were small and of wood. Ivey's store is still there and a lot of 4 fourth was before 1900. These old buildings could not meet today's building codes. What dives the office towers in uptown is for office space. Also for high rise apartments for workers to live. I have see pictures of old downtown Charlotte and there were a lot of small shops. Also malls pull retail out of uptown. Charlotte has been under a downtown plan since the 1960s . The August 1965 report was the first glimpse Charlotteans got at an ambitious new plan for revitalizing uptown, then still known as downtown. The Odell Plan, as it would come to be known, was formally adopted in 1966, and it made audacious predictions: Downtown would have a sports stadium, a zoo, an underground street, hotels, museums, high-rise apartments, parks, a convention center and many more office towers. The plan might have looked like a fantasy when city leaders conceived it 50 years ago. But there was an urgency to be bold. Downtown was starting to decay fast, with businesses moving out and real estate values dropping. Suburban shopping centers and new housing developments pulled people away from downtown, and empty storefronts and blight were creeping in. In 1960 Charlotte's population was 201,564 people. I lived in Raleigh in 1965 and downtown Raleigh was not at the same state as Charlotte. It had Belks , places to eat and movie theaters https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/biz-columns-blogs/development/article73384557.html
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    Southeast Raleigh

    It is a way to waste good land by building too small. It not like the island of Hawaii that has a volcano that is adding land now. Vote in a city council that will zone for taller buildings.
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    Perception of Charlotte Nationwide

    I was in Kenya a few years ago, and I know some of them know where Charlotte is because they sent us a Religious banner to our church
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    2035 Triangle Regional Transit Vision Plan

    The State of NC has no problem building new roads in eastern NC that are lightly used. while the Piedmont cities are chocking on traffic.
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    Charlotte area population statistics

    Durham is 311,640 as of July 1, 2017
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    Affordable Housing in Charlotte

    I have been working with Habitat since 1978. I work on the build team at Habitat in Matthews. My church supports Matthews Habitat. Matthews Habitat has now built over 110 houses and Charlotte is way over a 1,000.
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    N&O Site

    For $22 Million if they do not build tall, they will loose money on this building to earn a good return on their investment.
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    SouthEnd Midrise Projects

    Look better than whats there now.
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    Belk Place: Carolina Theater and Hotel Intercontinental

    After months of work, it’s official – we are completely free of lead paint! Our environmental testing crew gave us the “all clear” to continue our work inside the theatre.
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    Downtown Raleigh's Future

    I have had a few doughnuts from there.
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    301 Hillsborough

    Fallon Co. has a big project in Charlotte with the city in Dilworth. They also bought an office building uptown for their Southeastern Office. Pictures of the Strawn Project. This may give you an idea of what the company is doing in Charlotte, With a $17 million price tag, I expect it will be tall.
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    One Glenwood

    What are they building across the street?
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    KrispyKreme/JAB Holdings/JAB Beech in Charlotte

    We stop eating KK at our Sunday class because they cost to much each week.