Event Ended On: Tuesday December 17 2019
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Two Silver Crescent is transforming creative and collaborative campus workspaces in Charlotte’s fastest growing community, Steele Creek. Focusing on a work environment designed for employees who put a premium on functional design and preference for vibrancy, transit-friendly, and walkable amenities. Mere steps away from 500 hotel rooms, 30,000 square feet of meeting space, 20 walkable restaurants, and your car.
Located in 20-hour environment mixed-use Town of Ayrsley in southwest Charlotte, Two Silver Crescent captures the vibrancy of urban workspaces, catering to the next generation of professionals. Ayrsley is the social and economic hub of the I-77/Airport submarket. Ayrsley provides immediate access to I-485 providing easy connectivity to I-77, I-85 and all of metro Charlotte allowing companies to pull their workforce from the entire region.
Registration, Networking, & Breakfast
On Urban Versus Suburban
How Developers Are Tackling These Different Office Types?
Office of the Future
Tenant Demands, The Latest Amenities, and More
Two Silver Crescent
1916 Ayrsley Town Blvd, 2nd Floor
Charlotte, NC 28273
Parking Information: Parking Deck (behind building)
9116 Sessions Street
Charlotte, NC 28273
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With deliveries over 260,000 sq feet in Q2 of 2019, according to CBRE, Charlotte's booming office scene shows no signs of stopping. The city's loyal banking tenants, from Wells Fargo to JP Morgan Chase, expanding their footprint in the city only shows major companies' confidence in Charlotte, not just for economic growth but also in the city's talent pool.
But one type of office development is not the status quo. As mixed-use developments sprout throughout Downtown Charlotte, developers are also starting to build offices in Charlotte's suburbs, allowing workers to skip a more congested commute. But what does this mean for tenant demand as 2019 comes to a close? Join Charlotte's top office owners and developers as we delve deep into the latest office trends, tenant demands, amenities, and more. It's a
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