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  • JW Clay Boulevard light rail station

    University City Partners has kicked off an effort to plan for a new future, centered around the JW Clay Boulevard light rail station at JW Clay and North Tryon streets. The first leg of the Blue Line, which opened in 2007 running from uptown to south Charlotte, helped touch off a major building boom that drew breweries, office buildings, apartments and thousands of new residents to a former industrial corridor.

University City Partners has kicked off an effort to plan for a new future, centered around the JW Clay Boulevard light rail station at JW Clay and North Tryon streets. The first leg of the Blue Line, which opened in 2007 running from uptown to south Charlotte, helped touch off a major building boom that drew breweries, office buildings, apartments and thousands of new residents to a former industrial corridor. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
University City Partners has kicked off an effort to plan for a new future, centered around the JW Clay Boulevard light rail station at JW Clay and North Tryon streets. The first leg of the Blue Line, which opened in 2007 running from uptown to south Charlotte, helped touch off a major building boom that drew breweries, office buildings, apartments and thousands of new residents to a former industrial corridor. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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