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13 minutes ago, kermit said:

City decides not to award housing trust fund money to Brookhill developer. Main reason cited was the size of the investment requested (over $150,000 per unit). Large request was said to be due to the site lease agreement which prevents the developer from getting federal affordable housing tax credits.

https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2020/04/14/city-picks-nine-projects-to-recommend-for-housing.html

 

Well damn. The Feds are going to force Brookhill to be torn down, those people are not going to likely return now, just because it will be to long of a period between tear down and Rebuild

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ClearSky has new pics of SouthEnd. https://photos.clearskyimages.com/2019-05-1812-s-blvd-charlotte-nc-hli    

Former ATLien here. (Also, this is my first post on UP after lurking for more than a year).  I lived in Atlanta my entire life. I spent the past 3 years living in both Midtown and along the Beltl

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8 hours ago, go_vertical said:

Really hoping that one still happens. 

I just think they will need an anchor tenant for the next year or maybe longer I dont think any office buildings will be started without an anchor tenant.   But there are always some out there if just local and looking for better and newer space. 

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12 hours ago, KJHburg said:

^^^ You'll love this block if the other project ever comes to fruition though it might cast a shadow over this apartment complex. 

I forgot what the project is. Can I be informed again. 

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7 minutes ago, j-man said:

I forgot what the project is. Can I be informed again. 

It is unannounced and very speculative at this time but several people independently on this site have confirmed something is in the works for a major mixed use project on the rest of this block. 

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11 minutes ago, KJHburg said:

It is unannounced and very speculative at this time but several people independently on this site have confirmed something is in the works for a major mixed use project on the rest of this block. 

Ohhh ok. I think I remember. ThanlsThanks

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On 4/24/2020 at 6:35 PM, kermit said:

Southend apartment development continues. 2.5 acres at Distribution and Dunavant. Groundbreaking not planned for 12-18 months accroding to CBJ. Time for folks to start creating a much better retail strip back there.

Apologies if I am late to this.

https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2020/04/24/whats-in-the-works-at-south-end-site-after-two-d-c.html

 

 

I am trying to figure the plot for this. Either way, in 5 more years, I doubt there are may warehouses left in SouthEnd. That plots that are developable will be going tall as well. 

Speaking of which 400 units on 2.5 acres. That sounds like it will be more then a 7 story midrise. 

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from yesterday this building that was going to be a multilevel entertainment and bar complex seems stalled (no construction workers present) anybody know any updates?  I cant even remember the name of it  (but I see it is was called the Platform)   but near the LYNX tracks crossing South Blvd across from the proposed Lidl site.    My thoughts this would be a really hard sell now  could be very problematic in the post pandemic world for dining and entertainment places.  

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3 hours ago, KJHburg said:

from yesterday this building that was going to be a multilevel entertainment and bar complex seems stalled (no construction workers present) anybody know any updates?  I cant even remember the name of it  (but I see it is was called the Platform)   but near the LYNX tracks crossing South Blvd across from the proposed Lidl site.    My thoughts this would be a really hard sell now  could be very problematic in the post pandemic world for dining and entertainment places.  

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This place was a hard sell before the pandemic. I have a feeling it won't get financing. 

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I Survived the 54 inch Water Main. Those were the words on t-shirts available in 1986-87 as the city replaced older smaller mains with this gigantic supply serving neighborhoods further out in the (mostly) newly annexed areas of the city. As with many events from around this period, internet archives are insufficient to document the times. Here is something I found that gives a flavor of the scope and problems. 

https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/F2/930/23/151962/

My experience was that it went out Morehead Street in the center of Charlotte and then out Providence. I lived in Dilworth at the time. Can you imagine what traffic problems this would create now? 54 inch wide conduit with a large enough trench to accommodate men and equipment. Intersections closed for weeks. Somehow we survived. Businesses less so.

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12 hours ago, tarhoosier said:

I Survived the 54 inch Water Main. Those were the words on t-shirts available in 1986-87 as the city replaced older smaller mains with this gigantic supply serving neighborhoods further out in the (mostly) newly annexed areas of the city. As with many events from around this period, internet archives are insufficient to document the times. Here is something I found that gives a flavor of the scope and problems. 

https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/F2/930/23/151962/

My experience was that it went out Morehead Street in the center of Charlotte and then out Providence. I lived in Dilworth at the time. Can you imagine what traffic problems this would create now? 54 inch wide conduit with a large enough trench to accommodate men and equipment. Intersections closed for weeks. Somehow we survived. Businesses less so.

Was that one of the pieces of infrastructure that made Ballantyne possible?

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