An exciting new development project is underway just outside of Uptown Charlotte known as Camp North End, and the project calls for the redevelopment and reuse of old buildings in Charlotte. New tenants will soon be moving in to the “Boileryard,” which is the new part of Camp North End, named such due to the “boiler room and water tower on the site that powered a factory churning out the model T’s in the 1920s.” The “Boileryard” development will not only include a variety of businesses that will be leasing space there, but also features a public space for people to gather, with a focus on “community connection, recreation and inspiration.”
Several tenants moving into the development were just announced, and will include Solid, LLC, a creative marketing agency, Prism Supply, a custom motorcycle parts builder, Hex Coffee Roasters, a local coffee roaster and tasting bar, and Alchemy, a boutique hair salon, among others. Additionally, the expansive community courtyard will include “large tree planters, a fire pit, outdoor games, swings benches, food trucks, live music and art.”
In addition to the newly announced tenants mentioned above, previously signed tenants include Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas, Goodyear Arts – a nonprofit arts venue – and Hygge, a co-working space, with a combined total 60,000 square feet of leased space.
Be sure to keep your eye on one of the biggest redevelopment projects happening in Charlotte. For more details and information on Camp North End and the “Boileryard,” be sure to check out the full article at CharlotteObserver.com.