A new 4th Ward mid-rise is about to change Charlotte’s skyline once again.
The new 15-story tower will be called ‘Ten Tryon’ and will include a massive 28,000 square foot grocery store – Uptown Charlotte’s first Publix.
The project will be built next to the twin ‘Skyhouse Apartments’ between 9th and 10th streets.
The plan originally called for the development to include 9 stories, but according to a new press release from developers, they have now added an additional 5 stories to the tower.
According to Axiom Architecture, “Ten Tryon will be a catalytic new mixed-use development on North Tryon Street in Uptown Charlotte. Armada Hoffler Development and Centro Cityworks are partnering to create a building that spans the full block between 9th and 10th Streets. Three levels of parking above a ground floor grocery store anchor the buildings base. Atop the parking is an expansive terrace that will serve as an elevated urban park between a signature restaurant space and a ten story office tower. In total, the new building will rise 15 stories above street level and aims to bring new life to this portion of Uptown.”
The new tower will included a total of 215,000 square feet, including 175,000 square feet of new office space, and over 30,000 square feet of new retail.
Public property records show that the piece of land was purchased last week by Armada Hoffler Development for $4.25 million.
Construction on Ten Tryon is expected start the second quarter of this year and has a projected completion date in the summer of 2022.