Crescent NoDa Charlotte

Crescent Communities to Build Mixed-Use Development in Charlotte’s NoDa District

by John Nelson

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Crescent Communities is developing a transit-oriented, mixed-use development in Charlotte’s NoDa (North Davidson Arts and Entertainment) district called Crescent NoDa. The project will be located at the planned 36th Street Lynx Blue Line light rail station. Crescent Communities plans to begin construction this month on Crescent NoDa and open the project in 2017, in line with the opening of the city’s light rail extension. Crescent NoDa will feature 344 apartment residences, 7,500 square feet of street-level retail space, an extended platform for the light rail stop, an open plaza, above-ground parking deck and an adjacent commercial parcel, which could include a mixed-use development with up to eight stories in height and 28,000 square feet of additional street-level retail space. Communities amenities will include an outdoor terrace, dog wash station, resident workshop, clubroom, fitness center and private courtyards with a pool, grilling area, green space and fire pits. The project team includes architect Lord Aeck Sargent, landscape architect Land Design and interior designer Vignette Interior Design. Crescent NoDa will be financed with an equity investment by Crescent Communities and debt from Synovus Bank and Citizens Bank. Crescent Communities worked with the NoDa Neighborhood and Business Association in planning Crescent NoDa.

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