Renderings of a pair of mid-rise towers coming to South End in Charlotte provide a glimpse of the office, hotel and retail spaces headed for the growing skyline near uptown.
Charlotte-based Spectrum Companies is partnering with Invesco Real Estate to develop the project at the corner of South Tryon Street and Carson Boulevard, company officials said Thursday.
“Plans for the two 220,000-square-foot office buildings include a flared design that maximizes skyline views, and private terraces overlooking the urban plaza, street-level retail and uptown city lights,” according to a news release.
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The project will also include a 200-room boutique hotel on top of a parking garage. The brand of the hotel was not announced.
The project is on 5 acres near from the Midnight Diner restaurant.
Developers did not released a cost of the project, saying they are still working out the pricing.
The project also will need rezoning approval.
“I am confident that our collaboration with the city and the neighborhood will result in a successful rezoning,” said Spectrum chief operating officer Steve McClure.