Occupying two uptown buildings headed for demolition, a change for Goodyear Arts: a long-term home. The arts residency/events program is headed to Camp North End in June. With more than 20,000 square feet of space, a separate 2,000 square foot gallery, and an "outdoor sculpture lawn," Goodyear Arts firmly plants itself inside the the 75-acre site. The group signed a rent-free 3-year lease with ATCO Properties & Management, which owns Camp North End.
A New York company has big plans for a massive tract of land north of Uptown.
Developer ATCO bought 72 acres of real estate late last year. They’ve been fairly quiet so far about what they’re calling “Camp North End” — but now they’re starting to outline their plan to anchor Charlotte’s burgeoning North End.
Damon Hemmerdinger, co-president of ATCO Properties & Management, said the ultimate goal for his firm's adaptive-reuse project in Charlotte's North End is the same as its original intention: a center for job creation and community.
Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas will be the first tenant at Camp North End, a new development that’s planning to adapt and reuse old industrial buildings north of uptown.
Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas will be moving from uptown to North End as part of a strategic partnership with a real estate developer.
Just north of uptown, the shock troops of change and redevelopment are moving into new territory.
Dubbed Charlotte’s North End, years’ worth of visions drawn up by planners are on the cusp of coming to life, as developers start to move forward on big swaths of land roughly running north from uptown along Statesville Avenue and Tryon Street up to Atando Avenue: