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  • Demolition at former Observer site sets stage for changing skyline

    The developers planning to remake the Charlotte Observer’s former site on Stonewall Street are closing in on the last piece of land they need: A sheet metal shop that’s occupied a site on South Mint Street for more than 50 years. Meanwhile, demolition continues on the former warehouse and parking deck bordered by South Church and South Poplar streets.

The developers planning to remake the Charlotte Observer’s former site on Stonewall Street are closing in on the last piece of land they need: A sheet metal shop that’s occupied a site on South Mint Street for more than 50 years. Meanwhile, demolition continues on the former warehouse and parking deck bordered by South Church and South Poplar streets. Mark Hames mhames@charlotteobserver.com
The developers planning to remake the Charlotte Observer’s former site on Stonewall Street are closing in on the last piece of land they need: A sheet metal shop that’s occupied a site on South Mint Street for more than 50 years. Meanwhile, demolition continues on the former warehouse and parking deck bordered by South Church and South Poplar streets. Mark Hames mhames@charlotteobserver.com
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July 11, 2016 6:00 AM