Camp North End, a major adaptive reuse project in Charlotte, is transforming a former Model T factory, warehouse and distribution site, missile plant and munitions dump into creative office, restaurant, brewery and retail space.
Charlotte City Walks 2019 wrapped up after a record-setting year, with 40 walks and more than 600 attendees. The programs explored food, history, art, murals, the lived experiences of being blind or homeless in Charlotte, tree canopy and more.
The landscape along Charlotte’s Lynx Blue Line light rail offers reminders of Charlotte’s once-agricultural past, its long and continuing industrial history, and its booming future. Come along on a photo journey.
In 1988, the city built a coliseum off Tyvola Road. In 2007 the city demolished it, and new development has covered most of the site. But nature is reclaiming the one crumbling parking lot that remains ...
Can’t wait for the Blue Line Extension? Watch it grow, in this photo slideshow of construction along the 9.3-mile, $1.16 billion light rail project that will link UNC Charlotte to uptown Charlotte, South End and all the way to I-485.