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The Line (mall)

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The Line
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The latest View Rendering of the building.
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Former names2151 Hawkins
General information
TypeOffice
Location2151 Hawkins
Charlotte, North Carolina
Construction startedFall 2019
CompletedFall 2021
OpeningFall 2021
OwnerPortman Holdings
Height
Roof69.8 m (229 ft)
Technical details
Floor count16
Design and construction
ArchitectGensler
DeveloperPortman Holdings
Main contractorDPR Construction

The Line is a 16-story office building under construction in South End Charlotte, North Carolina. When completed in 2021, it will stand at a height of around 229 feet (69.8 Meters). There will be a total of 16 floors, nine of which will be dedicated to office space. The building will border the rail trail in South End south of the East/West Blvd station.[1]

The plot of land is 2.2 acres. It was initially put on the market March 6th, 2018 as reported by the Charlotte Observer. Portman Holdings bought the plot for for $12.7M. Shook Kelley previously leased the 27,045 square-foot building that was there before.[2]

Originally a food hall was planned for the building, but due to coronavirus this is no longer the case. Sycamore Brewing will be the anchor tenant of the building. The project doesn’t have any other office or retail tenants lined up yet. Sycamore Brewing co-owner Sarah Brigham said this about the project, "We are beyond excited to be a part of this amazingly cool space. With an expansive beer garden, second-story patio, house-roasted coffee offering, and a dynamic chef-driven food and beverage program, this experience is going to be second to none in the Queen City". [3] Sycamore will feature 10,000 square on 2 levels with another 16,000 of space for a beer garden and outdoor area.[4]

The building will feature 15,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, a parking garage with 710 spaces and several rooftop terraces.[5]

The tower is also looking for a high profile national restaurant to occupy a space of up to 9,800 square in the building. Keely Hines, vice president of Foundry Commercial the group responsible for leasing the tower, is optimist about the tower's ability to attract such national restaurant. Hine said “We are feeling out concepts and determining what will be the best fit for the building and the market.”[6]

See also[edit]

  • List of tallest buildings in North Carolina / the United States / the world
  • List of tallest buildings in Charlotte, North Carolina
  • List of tallest buildings in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • List of tallest buildings in Durham, North Carolina
  • List of tallest buildings in Greensboro, North Carolina
  • List of tallest buildings in Winston-Salem


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References[edit]

  1. Thomas, Jason (24 April 2019). "View Renderings: 16 floor office building coming to South End next to Sycamore — and it'll have a food hall". Charlotte Agenda. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  2. PORTILLO, Ely (6 March 2018). "Creative office building near prominent South End brewery goes on sale". Charlotte Observer. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  3. Peralta, Katie (3 December 2020). "The 16-story South End tower that'll house Sycamore Brewing has a new name: The Line". Charlotte Agenda. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  4. Thomas, Jennifer (4 February 2020). "High-profile restaurant courted for South End tower, while plans for food hall fall through". Charlotte Business Journal. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  5. "2151 Hawkins Street Building". DPR Construction. 8 December 2020. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  6. Thomas, Jennifer (4 February 2020). "High-profile restaurant courted for South End tower, while plans for food hall fall through". Charlotte Business Journal. Retrieved 12 February 2021.

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