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Charles Aris Corporate Headquarters under construction in downtown Greensboro

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Charles Aris Corporate Headquarters in under construction.  Renderings can be seen below. Charles Aris Inc. is a full-service, global executive search firm.

 

 

 

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Excitement around the new 24,000 square-foot building is starting to ramp up not only within the walls of the retained executive search firm, currently located on the 18th floor of the Wells Fargo Tower on North Greene Street, but with the downtown community as a whole. The headquarters will serve as the first LEED-certified building in downtown Greensboro.

 

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Two stairwells are on the rise at the site of the future Charles Aris headquarters at 299 North Greene Street.

 

Here is what is going on in the vicinity of this building. Greensboro resident and real-estate developer Roy Carroll, who cleared a four-acre tract of land adjacent to the new Charles Aris headquarters, will develop a world-class multifamily project including 300 upscale apartments and a Hyatt Place hotel with more than 100 rooms overlooking NewBridge Bank Park, home to the Class A Greensboro Grasshoppers minor-league baseball team.

Nearby, demolition has already begun for the future Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, which will open just one block east of the new Charles Aris headquarters in 2017. Soon after demolition is complete.

Adjacent to the Tanger Center will be the Carolyn and Maurice LeBauer City Park. The 3.3 acre, $10 million park will provide recreational equipment, family-centric activities, world-class artwork and landscaping for all to enjoy.

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Another photo of the headquarters going up.

 

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Well Goll-lley Gomer, That thar is the purdiest little ole building I ever did seen. :thumbsup:

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