The first phase of SkyHouse, the upscale apartment tower on North Tryon Street, is set to finish in August, and developer Grubb Properties is marketing ground-floor retail space in the structure.
Grubb is co-developing the property with Novare. The first tower is up now, and a second tower, SkyHouse II, is set to follow. A Grubb spokeswoman said the company doesn’t have a start date for the second tower and the focus is still on finishing the first. Mecklenburg property records show the developers have applied for building permits on the second tower.
The two towers will also have a parking deck between them (rendering above).
The space that’s available is in three blocks:
▪ Two spaces on 10th Street and at 10th and Church streets in the first tower total about 2,500 square feet each.
▪ One space at the base of the parking deck along North Church Street totals almost 3,400 square feet.
SkyHouse is expected to bring almost 700 apartments and 1,000 residents to the North Tryon corridor, which has lagged South Tryon in growth. Grubb is also trying to bring a grocery store to the SkyHouse development.