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I made a meme to express my befuddlement.

Whoa!  look at this proposed apartment tower on the SunTrust site in midtown at Kings and 3rd and 4th St.  Joe Bruno just tweeted it out

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Pictures were posted in the Dilworth thread and a comment was made on the size of the deck.

Just wanted to point out that not only is that deck for the 2 nearly complete medical office buildings, but will also serve the Tapestry hotel and 3rd office building.

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35 minutes ago, tarhoosier said:

Does Atrium/CMC pay tax on their properties? Full rate?

No on the hospitals but not sure on the medical office buildings.  Give me an address on a Atrium medical office building and I can look it up. 

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11 hours ago, dubone said:

Looks like a Tesla SuperCharger station will be coming to Target Midtown likely this year.  


at 6:00 the list of Targets that will get Tesla SuperChargers includes T2244 Target in Charlotte, which is the Midtown store.  

Thats awesome!! Other than University, I can think of any close Super Chargers to Charlotte.

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1 hour ago, atlrvr said:

"At Home" is taking the old BJ's spot at Met Midtown.

interesting and it should do well.  At Home Garden Ridge is a great store 2 in the market now Concord Mills Blvd and Pineville. 

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JP Morgan bought the land since they own the commercial part of Metropolitan. They were marketing the entire thing for sale, so the stakes are likely related to survey work rather than an actual project moving forward, although I'm sure the buyer does have plans to develop the land at some point as part of their overall business plan. 

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