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Key Facts

Property Description

Approx 6.63 ac site located in the South End adjacent to the Scaleybark Light Rail Stop

Investment Highlights

  • Jones Lang LaSalle., a North Carolina licensed real estate broker (“JLL”),
  • has been retained as the exclusive sales representative for LoSo Station,
  • a ± 6.63 acre incredible high-density development opportunity along
  • Charlotte’s sought-after South End corridor in the heart of the LoSo District.
  • Ideally situated and entitled for mixed-use development today, the property
  • allows a buyer an exclusive opportunity for a large tract directly on the
  • Scaleybark Light Rail Stop that is simply unheard-of in today’s market.
  • The site is well-positioned for high-end residential, office, hotel and retail
  • development in a luxurious, thriving submarket known for long term
  • sustainability, excellent access to employers and optionality for both light
  • rail and interstate I-77 connectivity.
Last Updated Date: 25 Aug 2020
Hunter Barron
Hunter Barron
Senior Director, Capital Markets
License details
NC-259804 SC-96951
Alexis Kaiser

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