Friday, February 14, 2014

Details emerging on mixed use development at Charlotte/46th

A representative for the planned development at Charlotte and 46th presented at the most recent Sylvan Park Neighborhood Association meeting and shared some details of what will be taking shape on the most prominent corner on the corridor.

I am still trying to get in touch with the speaker to see if I can obtain any renderings, but for now here is what I know:

The parking lot in the northeast quadrant of the site is currently owned by ML Rose and is used for overflow parking. The abandoned service station (the green field) which was for a short time also a cell phone accessory shop, was recently demolished. I can only assume that the remaining parcel (in red) will be acquired at some point, just not sure when. It houses some sort of nondescript business (I want to say it has something to do with fire extinguishers?) which is still in operation as far as I can tell.

Again, I hope to get in touch with the developer soon to share more information on this exciting project.


Anonymous said...

171 Apartments are they NUTS?? You try getting on the interstate at 4:00 from 46th Ave with the traffic we have now, Good God!!

Anonymous said...

This will only be exciting if they mix it with street side commercial use.

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited about this. So happy to see Charlotte Pike hitting a new stride!

Anonymous said...

This is awesome, growth and prosperity on Charlotte Ave is always an amazing thing. I hope more developers/restaurant owners make their way down Charlotte Ave and continue to improve the street and entire area!

If you are concerned about the traffic, take a bus. Don't complain about a problem that you contribute to yourself.