Canopy to Begin Construction on 120,000 SF Adaptive Reuse Project in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Canopy will break ground on an adaptive reuse project in Charlotte’s NoDa (North of Davidson) neighborhood. The project, known as Indigo CLT, will be located at 4000 Raleigh St. and will comprise 60,000 square feet of industrial space, 40,000 square feet of office space and 20,000 square feet of retail space. Situated along Charlotte’s LYNX Blue Line, the existing building on the site was built in 1954 as the former home to a mill company. Redevelopment plans for Indigo CLT will highlight the existing original architectural features, including its 18-foot ceilings, exposed brick and numerous skylights. The redevelopment plans also include a boutique apartment community adjacent to the existing building. Canopy and The Nichols Co. plan to target complementary retail tenants to support Indigo CLT’s live-work-play dynamic, such as a coffee shop/juice bar, second-generation brewery, bodega and fitness concept. Charlotte-based Canopy expects the project to deliver in spring 2020.

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