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Camp North End Redevelopment Attracts Eight More Tenants

Camp North End Redevelopment Attracts Eight More Tenants
Model T assembly line, circa 1920

Boileryard, a part of Camp North End, ATCO Properties' massive redevelopment of former industrial space north of Uptown, has bagged eight new retail tenants. 

The companies are taking from 550 SF to 2,300 SF and tend to be creative entities, such as Black Market, an interactive gallery and creative studio space; Silver Eye Studios; Solid LLC, a creative agency; Prism Supply, a custom parts-manufacturer for vintage motorcycles; gallery DUPP&SWAT; and Wily, a "design thinking consultant space." Hex Coffee Roasters and hair salon Alchemy will also open locations in Boileryard.

Previously, Camp North End secured Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas, co-working space Hygge and Goodyear Arts, a nonprofit arts venue. All together, those entities leased about 60K SF.

The 75-acre Camp North End off Statesville Avenue is a collection of former industrial space that New York-based ATCO acquired for $13.5M in 2016, with plans to redevelop it. Various parts of the site have been used as a Ford factory, a Rite Aid distribution center, a missile assembly plant and a munitions dump.

Boileryard used to be a boiler room and water tower that powered a Ford factory that made Model T's and A's in the early 20th century.

Related Topics: adaptive reuse, ATCO, Camp North End