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What’s new: Latest development, jobs growth, campus transformation, Topgolf

What’s new: Latest development, jobs growth, campus transformation, Topgolf

University City’s growth keeps making headlines. Here are some of the latest reports.   See the details on University City’s latest construction A new online report by University City Partners provides details on development and infrastructure projects “in the pipeline” as of February 2020, including nearly 4 million square feet of office space announced in 2019. The report is organized by development near our three LYNX stations; Innovation Park; and University Research Park. SEE THE REPORT   News report:... read more
Five days of fun – University City Wine Fest!

Five days of fun – University City Wine Fest!

Springtime doesn’t get any better! The University City Wine Fest returns April 15-19 for five days of wine-infused lakeside fun at The Shoppes at University Place. Each day features a unique event, culminating with our 4th Annual Wine Fest on Saturday, April 18. Stroll the boardwalk while enjoying samples from dozens of wineries plus tasty food, live music and more!   Five days, five ways to enjoy the University City Wine Fest Our University City Wine Fest offers five... read more
These buildings are reshaping UNC Charlotte

These buildings are reshaping UNC Charlotte

Construction projects totaling more than $300 million are reshaping our growing UNC Charlotte campus. Here’s a quick look:   UREC health and wellness center The ribbon cutting for the university’s 160,000 square-foot recreation center drew an exuberant crowd on Jan. 8. Located at 8827 Craver Road beside the Popp Martin Student Center, the newly named UREC features an indoor and outdoor pool, 4 multi-purpose courts, 5 multi-purpose studios, 80 group fitness classes a week and outdoor basketball, pickleball and... read more
These four projects will launch University Place transformation

These four projects will launch University Place transformation

The 2018 opening of the Blue Line Extension between UNC Charlotte and Center City launched a massive reshaping of the North Tryon Street corridor in University City. Look for these four public and private projects to focus that transformation on University Place over the next three to four years.   J.W. Clay Boulevard streetscape Construction of a major pedestrian- and bike-friendly overhaul of J.W. Clay Boulevard through University Place is expected to start in late summer of 2021. The... read more
These 4 new restaurants will tempt your tastebuds

These 4 new restaurants will tempt your tastebuds

Locally based restaurants offering Indian street food, Latin American street food, Southern fare and American comfort food and have opened recently in University City. Here are the details.   Chatpatay Casual Indian Kitchen Chatpatay opened its second Charlotte location last fall at 9211 N. Tryon St. close to the JW Clay Blvd Lynx Station. “We are a casual Indian restaurant where we bring the street food straight from Mumbai Chaupaati to Charlotte,” says the restaurant website, which describes Chaupaati... read more
People in need were winners at New Year’s Day 5K

People in need were winners at New Year’s Day 5K

Proceeds from the New Year’s Day 5K down North Tryon Street brought smiles and $1,000 checks to the leaders of four groups that help people in need in University City. Atrium Health, sponsor of the New Year’s Day 5K, presented checks to Hope Street Food Pantry, the Camino  Community Center Food Pantry, the Jamil Niner Student Pantry and the Hub at Bread of Life. The inaugural running of the New Year’s Day 5K took place along North Tryon Street... read more
Major employer leases half of office building near LYNX

Major employer leases half of office building near LYNX

One of University City’s first office buildings has officially been reborn with the announcement on Jan. 14 that Principal Financial Group will occupy more than half of Proximity Park, at 401 McCullough Drive. Built in 1973 and renovated over the past year by new owner Tempus Realty Partners, the three-story office building holds about 205,000 square feet of space. Principal Financial Group, a major investment management and insurance company, will occupy the full third floor and part of the... read more
In a year of big sales, Innovation Park ranks 2 AND 1

In a year of big sales, Innovation Park ranks 2 AND 1

The sale of Innovation Park ranks as Charlotte’s No. 2 biggest commercial-real estate deal of 2019, says the Charlotte Business Journal. The former IBM plant-turned-mega-office center sold for $270 million, making it 2019’s No. 1 suburban office deal, as well. The region’s biggest deal was the sale of the 33-floor Bank of America Tower at Legacy Union, The Business Journal reported in its annual listing of the region’s top 10 deals. Both the Bank of America Tower, which sold... read more

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