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25 minutes ago, KJHburg said:

This is the building site next the world HQ of Krispy Kreme on Hawkins and it looks like soil testing for I guess the new 17 story mixed use tower planned there (hotel and office)  

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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

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

In reading social media comments, this is what people want: -transit friendly with ample parking  -walkable neighborhoods but no height, no density, and definitely no more apartments  -

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Are you saying that because the general trend will lead to taller, or do you have details on a specific project that will be announced?  As for the new taller outside of the 277 loop - well that could be the Spandrel/Atalaya residential project on Morehead, no?

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That may end my super secret clandestine method to reach Dilworth from 77North. Exit at Remount, go straight across to Toomey, turn right on Tremont and then left on Tryon or straight through to South End. Miss the 277 foolishness.

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On 7/31/2021 at 10:21 PM, Robbie Charlotte said:

Are you saying that because the general trend will lead to taller, or do you have details on a specific project that will be announced?  As for the new taller outside of the 277 loop - well that could be the Spandrel/Atalaya residential project on Morehead, no?

I believe these residential buildings off Morehead were reportedly in the 20 to 24 Story category which would typically place them in the 240 to 290' Height Range so they wouldn't be taller than Lowes Tech Center 

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https://www.globest.com/2020/04/27/akridge-kettler-partner-to-develop-apartment-in-charlottes-south-end/

Here's the rendering for this project, which is called Hawkins Press.

Currently in the building permit stage.

418 units....oddly no retail unless something's changed recently, which seems like a big miss here with the density.

Architect is BB&M and I like the design overall (i'm usually not one to get hung up on a project by project nit-pick on the retail side, but here i just don't get it, especially since I believe the first 2 floors are concrete structure)

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3 hours ago, Hushpuppy321 said:

Again - Anyone gonna start a SouthEnd\Dilworth High Rise Thread?  Also - What is considered to be a 'High Rise' in Charlotte...?

If it is tall enough it  the tall building can get its own thread like we did with Lowes,  Stiles tower etc.    and I predict we will have some new project specific threads soon. 

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44 minutes ago, atlrvr said:

Well, this showed up today.

https://aca-prod.accela.com/CHARLOTTE/Cap/CapDetail.aspx?Module=LandDevelopment&TabName=LandDevelopment&capID1=21LDR&capID2=00000&capID3=00234&agencyCode=CHARLOTTE&IsToShowInspection=

1111 N Tryon is the listed address, but that would be a weird location based on who filed the meeting request.

https://riversideid.com/team/james-anderson

He looks like he doesn't mess around with anything less than 30 stories.......maybe 1111 S Tryon?  That parcel is ready to go!

I'm sorry, what are we looking at?  This is a meeting request for...

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42 minutes ago, atlrvr said:

Well, this showed up today.

https://aca-prod.accela.com/CHARLOTTE/Cap/CapDetail.aspx?Module=LandDevelopment&TabName=LandDevelopment&capID1=21LDR&capID2=00000&capID3=00234&agencyCode=CHARLOTTE&IsToShowInspection=

1111 N Tryon is the listed address, but that would be a weird location based on who filed the meeting request.

https://riversideid.com/team/james-anderson

He looks like he doesn't mess around with anything less than 30 stories.......maybe 1111 S Tryon?  That parcel is ready to go!

I have heard of this company and have heard it connected to Charlotte and they only build big and tall but not connected to that parcel.  Yes this interesting about that address but maybe head SOUTH on Tryon me thinks but what do I know.   Hmmm wonder if the N on N Tryon should be a S.  

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5 minutes ago, NCMike1990 said:

It has to be a typo. If you look at the bottom of the page under the project description it says "1111 S Tryon".

What's the role of a Real Estate investment firm like Riverside, at this point?  Project managing a development?  Lining up financing for a development?  Or working with a land owner to square away zoning and to set pricing for a property before going out and marketing it to potential buyers?  Just wondering how close we really are to seeing something come out of the ground here.

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think BIG here big mixed use (of course my wild speculation mostly).  New tallest outside the loop  did I type that?  I need a Krispy Kreme doughnut stat!

Fact this developer Riverside just built a building for Bank of America in Chicago fact.

Portfolio — Riverside Investment & Development (riversideid.com)

  Bank of America has leased 500K sq ft there in 110 Wacker. 

Law Firm Row: 110 North Wacker Inks Lease With Yet Another Legal Firm — Riverside Investment & Development (riversideid.com)

Friday afternoon when I am heading out of town of course it drops!

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