2100 South Tryon- Office Development
– 2005 Vision Ventures purchased the Southend parcel
– 2006 Vision Ventures obtained a clean letter from the Department of Environmental for the once contaminated site
– 2006 Vision Ventures purchased two adjacent parcels
– 2009 the parcels were rezoned to TOD (Transit Oriented Development)-Mix Use
– 2018 Vision Ventures will break ground on a new 82,000 sf Mixed-Use building
In 2005 Vision Ventures purchased a three parcel, four acre assemblage in the Southend district of Charlotte. In 2006, Vision Ventures successfully obtained a clean letter from the Department of Environmental for the once contaminated site. After several years of interim uses, Vision Ventures is developing a 90,000 SF, four-story, Mixed-Use building containing Class A Creative Office and Retail space. This development is located on a main cross section with abundant parking, easy access to the East/West Light Rail Station, and the convenience and walkability of Charlotte’s vibrant South End District. 2100 South Tryon is an amenity-rich project in an attractive location for Charlotte’s millennials and creative tenants.
Charlotte Linen Supply Building
– 2001 Vision Ventures purchased the two parcels to redevelop
– 2002 Vision Ventures partially demolished the existing structure on the site
– 2002 Vision Ventures began the First Charlotte Project to use the North Carolina Rehabilitation Code
– 2003 Vision Ventures successfully completed and sold each of the units in the Business Condominiums phase of the redevelopment.
– 2004 Vision Ventures successfully completed and leased up the showroom and office phase of the redevelopment.
– 2015 Vision Ventures successfully sold the showroom and office parcel
In 2001, Vision Ventures purchased two parcels in the Gold District adjacent to Bank of America Stadium with a plan to redevelop the sites. The redevelopment would consist of renovating the existing structures into showroom and office space along with for sale business condominiums. Phase One included partially demolishing the existing building to create a parking lot for the business condominiums. Phase Two was the renovation of the business condominiums which were completed in 2003. This was Charlotte’s first project completed under the newly formed North Carolina Rehabilitation Code. All the business condominiums units were successfully sold upon completion. The final project phase was the renovation and lease up of the showroom and office building. This project was started in 2004 and fully leased then later sold in 2015.
Charlotte Linen Supply Building
214 W. Tremont Avenue Mixed-Use Development
– 2006 Vision Ventures purchased the Southend site
– 2006 Vision Ventures demolished the pre-existing structures on the site
– 2007 Vision Ventures began the First TOD ( Transit Oriented Development) project in Charlotte, a 30,000 sf Mixed Use development
– 2008 Vision Ventures completed the First TOD Mixed Use development
This project started with the purchase of a industrial building and site in the now popular Southend District of Charlotte. The existing structure was demolished in 2007 and work began on a new Mixed Use development totaling 30,000 sf. The 30,000-square foot, four story building was the First TOD ( Transit Oriented Development) project in Charlotte as the location is just steps from the East/West Boulevard Lynx light-rail stop. The mix of tenants include office, service and retail establishments. Over time, the decision to select the once unpopular location has proven to be a good one as West Tremont Avenue has now become the heart of the popular Southend district.
Dilworth Square Office Condominium Development
– 1999 Vision Ventures purchased the first of a four parcel assemblage
– 2001 Vision Ventures purchased the final parcel of the four parcel assemblage
– 2001 Vision Ventures rezoned the combine parcels as a unified development
– 2001 Vision Ventures began an extensive renovation of the five victorian buildings to complete the Dilworth Square Mixed Use project
– 2002 Vision Ventures fully leased Dilworth Square
In 1999, Vision Ventures began to purchase the first of four individual parcels and five separate buildings. By 2001, Vision Ventures completed the purchase of the parcels needed to complete the assemblage. The combined parcels were then rezoned as a unified development. An extensive renovation of the older dilapidated victorian style buildings began and was completed by the end of 2001. A diverse mix of office and retail tenants continue to occupy the seven separate units.