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2 minutes ago, lancer22 said:

will the deck peek above the apts?

 

You betcha

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2 minutes ago, lancer22 said:

will the deck peek above the apts?

 

Def.  It's that way in the renders.   Also peak is being generous.  Looks more like 15/20 feet will be above.  Seems like they could have easily had a whole other floor of apartments.  These are going to be priced right too and be snap up quick.

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Anybody think they should have left out the grass to have space for hangout tables and chairs? The grass isn't really big enough to do anything in but look at while walking inside. The courtyard is beautiful and could be a nice spot to relax outside and chat to enjoy this beautiful building. 

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On 7/21/2019 at 9:58 PM, DamicoKaren said:

I... LOVE... BLACK... BRICK. I wish they were incorporated more into buildings

Especially with a vibrant trim color around the doors and windows. Everything pops 

On 7/29/2019 at 6:45 PM, CLT2014 said:

Anybody think they should have left out the grass to have space for hangout tables and chairs? The grass isn't really big enough to do anything in but look at while walking inside. The courtyard is beautiful and could be a nice spot to relax outside and chat to enjoy this beautiful building. 

It wouldn’t be railYARD without the grass. 

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23 hours ago, cltheel.sdl said:

This is such a great project - I can't believe the power lines weren't buried as part of the work.  When is burying lines going to become a standard requirement with new development in Charlotte?  Seems crazy.

This stretch is maybe the most shocking in how bad the lines are, how much development is taking place, and the fact that Tryon is the city's main street and this is the corridor leading to the heart of SouthEnd, a hot neighborhood for development AND one that specifically has special tax for aesthetic improvements.  

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On 8/3/2019 at 8:47 PM, gman430 said:

I don't see a rail yard anywhere. :dontknow: 

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I get your joke... but technically NCDOT is building a rail yard in the background of this photo :thumbsup:

Also, great pics!

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