ATCO, Shorenstein Break Ground on Phase II of Camp North End Mixed-Use Project in Charlotte
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — ATCO Properties & Management and Shorenstein Properties LLC have broken ground on Phase II of Camp North End, which will include retail, office and multifamily spaces, as well as a parking garage. The mixed-used development is located on a former industrial site spanning 76 acres in Charlotte’s Druid Hills South district. S9 Architecture is the designer and BB+M Architecture is the architect of record for Camp North End’s second phase, which will include two office buildings totaling 120,000 square feet, 15,000 to 20,000 square feet of retail space and a multifamily community with a parking garage. ATCO and Shorenstein expect to deliver the second phase of construction in early 2022.
Phase I was delivered in summer 2020 and includes 70,000 square feet of office and retail space and four food stalls within the Gama Goat building. Office tenants at the project include solar energy company Pine Gate Renewables, tech firm CloudGenera Inc. and Ally Bank. Retail tenants include restaurant Leah & Louise, bakery Wentworth & Fenn, Free Range Brewing, That’s Novel Books and boutique fitness center bloc.
The project team is also in the preliminary planning stages for several other buildings onsite, including the renovation of the historic Ford Factory that dates back to 1924 and was once a manufacturing plant for Model T and Model A cars. Earlier this year, the Ford Factory received a local historic landmark designation.
Jessica Brown, David Dorsch and Grant Keyes of Cushman & Wakefield are the leasing agents for Camp North End’s office component, which will be located at 201 Camp Road and 701 Keswick Ave.