Yume Bistro, which has another location in Mathews, will open in a 3,286 square-foot space in the building at Mint Street and Summit Avenue, and Bardo, an upscale, small-plate concept, will open in a 1,734 square-foot space next door.
The number of teardowns in Charlotte is on track to hit 500 this year, as people demolish single-family houses in neighborhoods like Myers Park, Cotswold and Dilworth to build bigger homes on the same lot.
Charlotte City Council on Monday approved a new development that will reshape South End’s skyline, adding a pair of office buildings, apartments, new shops and restaurants to a formerly industrial site.
A plan to reuse and transform a huge tract of buildings north of uptown appeared to have the support of most members of Charlotte City Council on Monday night, despite lingering questions about how and when new roads will be built and about gentrification.
Charlotte City Council is set to consider several redevelopment proposals at Monday’s rezoning meeting, including new townhouses is popular areas and the biggest reuse of former industrial buildings in the city.
A local coffee roaster, a custom motorcycle parts builder and a marketing agency are some of the newest crop of tenants at Camp North End, the biggest project currently underway to redevelop and reuse old buildings in Charlotte.
Jason Roberts and the Better Block Foundation are holding the first Better Block event in Charlotte this September, in the Belmont neighborhood, using quick-action strategies to showcase neighborhood improvements.
Charlotte City Council’s economic development committee on Thursday moved forward with a plan to give the developers of the massive River District west of Charlotte Douglas International Airport up to $31 million worth of reimbursements for roads serving the project’s first phase.