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Painting the court in Coredlia park today:  

From some dude on tweeter:   IMO this will radically change this portion of N Davidson street

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Browsing WebPermit on my lunch break and I see a project called "Amelie's French Bakery Expansion" at their current location.   I wish we knew what was in store for that entire building. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, CLT-704 said:

Browsing WebPermit on my lunch break and I see a project called "Amelie's French Bakery Expansion" at their current location.   I wish we knew what was in store for that entire building. 

 

 

More perm outdoor seating?

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Any updates, esp. of a photo nature, on the Parkwood Church Apartments? This is one of the coolest repurposed properties IMO in all of Metrolina. Have they progressed on the AC screening, and if so, does it look as tasteful as in the renderings?

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14 hours ago, Eightane said:

Any updates, esp. of a photo nature, on the Parkwood Church Apartments? This is one of the coolest repurposed properties IMO in all of Metrolina. Have they progressed on the AC screening, and if so, does it look as tasteful as in the renderings?

No. A/C screening (lack thereof) looks the same. And looks terrible.

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On 4/12/2021 at 7:26 AM, Urban Cowboy said:

No. A/C screening (lack thereof) looks the same. And looks terrible.

Damn, that's unfortunate. Well I won't hold my breath on if it gets built more quality-rich,  but at least they're saving a historic property and making some unique living quarters for the new tenants. :/ I'm a hopeless optimist that way.

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19 hours ago, JHart said:

The Church on Parkwood apartments short term exterior

They used this picture in a Charlotte Agenda article about the Parkwood church apartments. I don't think they're getting screened which is tragic because I think they did a really nice job with the full project. 

https://charlotte.axios.com/264314/apartment-tour-from-villa-heights-church-to-cozy-apartments/

That article says the church is nearly 200 years old.  I don't think so.

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That article says the church is nearly 200 years old.  I don't think so.

I believe they meant nearly 100 years old since it opened in 1929. It must have been a typo that they did not catch.
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3 hours ago, JeanClt said:


I believe they meant nearly 100 years old since it opened in 1929. It must have been a typo that they did not catch.

I gotta tell my dad, who was born in 1929, that he's nearly 100 years old.  Of course he'll likely agree.

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