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High-Rise Projects to Transform Charlotte Skyline

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The 33-story Legacy Union building; rendering courtesy of LS3P

A slate of planned high-rise developments is set to transform the Charlotte, North Carolina, skyline, the Charlotte Observer reports. The list of projects encompasses office towers, luxury hotels and residential buildings. Included are:

  • A 33-story office building already under construction in a new development called Legacy Union. The building is being developed by Lincoln Harris and Goldman Sachs, and the anchor tenant will be Bank of America.
  • Tryon Place, a 26-story office building set for construction beginning in early 2018. The developer is Crescent Communities, and anchor tenant is Ally Financial. A 300-room adjacent hotel with retail and restaurants is planned.
  • Uptown 550 on Stonewall, a 22-story apartment tower with luxury amenities being developed by Northwood Ravin. With an adjacent low-rise building, the project will encompass 421 apartments, plus ground-floor retail. The project is expected to open late this year.
  • Intercontinental, a 20-story hotel that will sit atop a five-story podium that includes a renovation of the long-vacant Carolina Theatre. The 270-room hotel will have a rooftop restaurant; opening is planned for 2019.
  • A midtown tower, an as-yet-unnamed 20-story office tower outside the I-277 loop. Developer NAI Southern Real Estate is seeking rezoning and a tenant commitment before proceeding, but if it gains approval, the project would also include a 240-room hotel and 30,000 sq. ft. of ground-floor retail.
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