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Google Fiber to move from uptown Charlotte as it signs 10-year lease for Camp North End office


The historic Gama Goat Building at 1801 N. Graham St. in Camp North End. By Elise Franco  –  Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Oct 25, 2022 Google Fiber will move its uptown office to a nearly 6,000-square-foot space at Camp North End in 2023. ATCO Properties & Management and Shorenstein Properties announced today the internet provider signed a 10-year lease for 5,884 square

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Local clothing brand Current Nostalgia to open Camp North End shop


  Local clothing brand Current Nostalgia to open Camp North End shop Photo courtesy of Camp North End By Laura Barrero | September 27, 2022 Views: 1,072 Current Nostalgia was created by Charlotte-native Dylan Foster-Smith as a streetwear retailer in 2020. Since then, it has reached a global audience, selling in more than 40 countries. The 950-square-foot shop is expected to open by late fall 2022 or

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The Restaurant List 2022


The Restaurant List 50 places in America we’re most excited about right now. 2022 Sept. 19, 2022 We traveled widely and ate avidly as we built the annual list of our favorite restaurants in America. From Oklahoma City to Juncos, Puerto Rico, to Orcas Island off the coast of Washington State, our food reporters, editors and critics found revelatory Ethiopian

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Camp North End businesses will host weeklong back-to-school drive


Camp North End businesses will host weeklong back-to-school drive All of the items that are collected will be given to local families, students in need and Title 1 school teachers. Some of Camp North End’s businesses will accept school supplies for local students and teachers. Photo: Jalon Hill By Jalon Hill August 12, 2022 This weekend, businesses at Camp North End will

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No Filter Coffee Fest returning after pandemic hiatus, celebrating ‘resiliency’ of small businesses


No Filter Coffee Fest returning after pandemic hiatus, celebrating ‘resiliency’ of small businesses The festival isn’t just coming back. It’s bigger and better this time around. Author: Emma Korynta Published: 4:45 PM EDT August 12, 2022 Updated: 11:37 PM EDT August 12, 2022 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Something is brewing at Camp North End. After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, No Filter

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5 Black-Owned Food and Drink Festivals Happening in the U.S. Now Through Fall


5 Black-Owned Food and Drink Festivals Happening in the U.S. Now Through Fall By DeAnna Taylor | August 8, 2022 BET co-founder Sheila Johnson and Chef Kwame Onwuachi at The Family Reunion festival. Image: courtesy of Eric Stein. Spotlighting the amazing Black entrepreneurs behind some of the nation’s dopest food and drink festivals. August is National Black Business Month and with fall being

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Kingsmen Software to double its office footprint in move to Camp North End


  Kingsmen Software to double its office footprint in move to Camp North End By Elise Franco  –  Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Aug 4, 2022 Local tech firm Kingsmen Software is upgrading its office space with a move to Camp North End. Kingsmen was founded in 2013 and has operated out of a 7,800-square-foot space in uptown, at 500 W. Fifth St.,

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Coming through! A new shop with e-board and e-bike rentals will electrify Camp North End.


Coming through! A new shop with e-board and e-bike rentals will electrify Camp North End. LORENZA MEDLEY A new business is rolling into Camp North End this August — literally! Houston-based Rent EBoards is a one-stop shop for personal electric vehicles, including electric skateboards, electric bikes and onewheels — a one-wheel electric board. Its 1,000-square-foot Camp North End shop will

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Rent “onewheels,” electric skateboards at new Camp North End shop


Rent “onewheels,” electric skateboards at new Camp North End shop Nick Wolff and Andy Powell of Rent EBoards outside their new shop at Camp North End. Photo courtesy Camp North End By Emma Way | July 25, 2022 Houston-based personal electric vehicle company Rent EBoards is expanding to Charlotte with a storefront at Camp North End. Why it matters: Personal electric vehicles (or PEVs) are a

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Where To Get Ramen In Charlotte NC – Try SARU Ramen At Camp North End


Where To Get Ramen In Charlotte NC – Try SARU Ramen At Camp North End by Sunny Hubler SARU Ramen, an authentic Nagahama-style Tonkatsu ramen shop, celebrated its grand reopening at Camp North End. It is under new ownership from Charlotte-based Raydal Hospitality Group. Located in the Keswick Avenue food stalls at 1801 N. Graham Street, SARU will serve up tried and true menu

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Best Ice Cream In Charlotte? – Seemingly Overzealous To Open In Camp North End


Best Ice Cream In Charlotte? – Seemingly Overzealous To Open In Camp North End by Sunny Hubler The competition for best ice cream in Charlotte is heating up! Will Seemingly Overzealous opening in Camp North End be a competitor for this title. We will find out later this season! Seemingly Overzealous was founded by partners Garrett Tichy and Jessica Berresse, who

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Where to Eat in Charlotte Right Now


Where to Eat in Charlotte Right Now From a fries-centric restaurant to a Memphis-inspired juke joint, bookmark these places right now. By Jenn Rice Updated on 7/15/2022 at 2:00 PM VIEW 16 PLACES ON MAP Fin & Fino ‌ Don’t let Charlotte’s “Bank City, USA,” nickname fool you. Its dining scene is diverse, vibrant, and very exciting right now. Just last

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The Best Place To Visit In Charlotte


The Best Place To Visit In Charlotte By:  Aakib Sheikh Sunday, 3 July 2022, 02:08 EDT These Are the Best Place To Visit In Charlotte Best Place To Visit In Charlotte: Easily affordable? Have no fear. There are lots of free activities in Charlotte. A list of inexpensive and free activities in the city has been assembled by us. You may concentrate

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Leah & Louise dinner to feature all-star lineup of Black chefs from across North Carolina


Leah & Louise dinner to feature all-star lineup of Black chefs from across North Carolina Enlarge Chef Greg Collier is pictured at his restaurant Leah & Louise. MELISSA KEY/CBJ By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Jul 1, 2022 BayHaven Restaurant Group will bring together an all-star lineup of Black North Carolina chefs for a collaborative dinner at Leah &

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Find fresh local at North End Farmers Market


Find fresh local at North End Farmers Market  Dasia Hood|   June 3, 2022 Charlotte always has something fresh for everyone, including places to find a farmers market on a weekday afternoon. The best thing about a local farmers market is trying crafted, curated products and supporting local farmers. At least, that’s what I’ve been witnessing since April in different parts of

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A dozen ways to spend your weekend


A dozen ways to spend your weekend Amanda Harry|   June 23, 2022 How hot is too hot to get out of the house? If you’ve never spent a Friday evening at Camp North End, I recommend you swing by. The live music and vendors make for a perfect way to kick off the weekend. Before we bounce to our weekend picks,

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Charlotte coffee festival returns this year, tickets available now


Charlotte coffee festival returns this year, tickets available now The festival previously known as POUR Coffee Festival is returning to Charlotte after a two-year hiatus. Author: Madelyn Ricket Published: 7:54 PM EDT June 20, 2022 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Coffee lovers, rejoice! The No Filter Coffee Fest, previously known as POUR Coffee Festival, is returning to the Charlotte area on Sept. 25 and will be hosted

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The Nerve’s 2022 Guide to Summer Events in Charlotte


The Nerve’s 2022 Guide to Summer Events in Charlotte It’s going to be a hot one Q.C. Nerve Staff Send an emailJune 19, 2022   It’s about to be one hot summer. Event calendars at venues across the Charlotte area are heating up with fun things to do, no matter what you’re into. This year’s Summer Guide is packed with returning

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Durag Fest Co-Founder Dammit Wesley On Juneteenth’s Commodification, Black Beauty, and Plugs for Durags


Durag Fest Co-Founder Dammit Wesley On Juneteenth’s Commodification, Black Beauty, and Plugs for Durags GROWN FROM AN EPIPHANY INTO AN ANNUAL SAFE SPACE FOR BLACK PEOPLE, WESLEY EXPLAINS WHY THIS YEAR’S CELEBRATION CONTINUES TO PRESERVE OUR CULTURE. BY KEVIN L. CLARK · UPDATED JUNE 18, 2022 Charlotte artist Dammit Wesley and his co-founding team behind Durag Fest built an epiphany into a cultural phenomenon. At the time,

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SARU to Reopen at Camp North End


SARU to Reopen at Camp North End JUNE 16, 2022 Original Employees Will Prepare Same Beloved Recipes Under New Ownership from Raydal Hospitality Group SARU Ramen, an authentic Nagahama-style Tonkatsu ramen shop, will celebrate its grand reopening at Camp North End under new ownership from Charlotte-based Raydal Hospitality Group on Tuesday, June 21st. Located in the Keswick Avenue food stalls at 1801 N. Graham Street,

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Craft Coffee Festival Coming To Camp North End


Craft Coffee Festival Coming To Camp North End June 16, 2022  Samantha Gilstrap   CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Sip sip, hooray! The 2022 No Filter Coffee Fest is returning to Charlotte on September 25th. Returning after a two-year hiatus, No Filter Coffee Fest (formerly known as POUR Coffee Festival) will be held at Camp North End from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Tickets are

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Free movie summer: Get ready for 80s and 90s movies (and a free arcade!) at Camp North End


Free movie summer: Get ready for 80s and 90s movies (and a free arcade!) at Camp North End BY MELISSA OYLER JUNE 14, 2022     All summer, Camp North End will be showing free outdoor movies on Thursdays. BYO Chair and get ready to enjoy iconic 80s and 90s films. You’ll also get to play retro arcade games (also

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SARU will re-open at Camp North End with new owners (very familiar to Charlotte)


BY HEIDI FINLEY JUNE 16, 2022 1:12 PM The team that brought you Sabor Latin Street Grill — Raydal Hospitality Group — is taking over SARU at Camp North End and will reopen the Nagahama-style Tonkatsu ramen shop on Tuesday, June 21st. WHAT WON’T CHANGE The recipes will stay the same. Its pork-bone ramen broths are made fresh daily and

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Crossroads Cinema: Free outdoor movies at Camp North End


Crossroads Cinema: Free outdoor movies at Camp North End POSTED BY Jody Mace Camp North End, 300 Camp Road, Charlotte, is hosting free outdoor 80s and 90s movies every Thursday from June 23rd to September 8th, 2022. Crossroads Cinema will take place at 8 p.m. on a jumbo screen with surround sound against the backdrop of the Historic Ford Building. Check

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Chef Gregory Collier is the First Charlotte Chef to Be Named a James Beard Finalist


Chef Gregory Collier is the First Charlotte Chef to Be Named a James Beard Finalist By DeAnna Taylor | June 3, 2022 Greg Collier. Image: courtesy of Peter Taylor. In just a few weeks, Chef Greg will head to Chicago to see if he will be named the James Beard Foundation’s best chef in the southeast. These days, you would be

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Plants Move People: And Now for Something Completely Different


Plants Move People: And Now for Something Completely Different By Nancy Duffy Decades of concrete were peeled back to transform this area into a mixed-use, ecologically valuable area full of native plants. Camp North End’s landscape may not be something completely different to native plant enthusiasts, but it certainly is unusual in the well-groomed city of Charlotte, North Carolina. Camp

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The Pearl – An Intersection of Knowledge and Innovation


The Pearl – An Intersection of Knowledge and Innovation “The Pearl” innovation district will break ground later this year. Once complete, it will serve as a mixed-use development that will marry education, research and entrepreneurship. Learn more about how The Pearl will create opportunity for the Charlotte community and beyond. In what was perhaps a precursor of things to come,

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Flavor-filled and dairy-free ice cream shop coming to Camp North End


Flavor-filled and dairy-free ice cream shop coming to Camp North End BY PHILIP FREEMAN UPDATED MAY 25, 2022 8:14 AM   Charlotte is no stranger to ice cream — with over 90 shops including homegrown favorites such as Golden Cow Creamery and Two Scoops Creamery, an ice cream shop isn’t hard to find — unless you’re at Camp North End.

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CBJ Morning Buzz: Enat Ethiopian restaurant debuts at Optimist Hall; BayHaven festival returning for year two


CBJ Morning Buzz: Enat Ethiopian restaurant debuts at Optimist Hall; BayHaven festival returning for year two Enlarge The sprawling Optimist Hall complex now houses more than two dozen tenants, including a fully leased food hall. MELISSA KEY By Jen Wilson  –  Associate Editor, Charlotte Business Journal May 20, 2022 The food-hall lineup at Optimist Hall will be complete this weekend, with Enat Ethiopian opening

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How to Camp North End while Black


How to Camp North End while Black |   May 12, 2022   Camp North End is one of Charlotte’s larger communities for creatives, visitors, and entrepreneurs looking for a high-traffic, vibrant area to connect with the city. Visiting Camp North End on a Friday evening or Saturday afternoon means passing by all kinds of Black art, music, food, or entertainment. Black culture at

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The real competition at Camp North End is always You Vs Yourself


The real competition at Camp North End is always You Vs Yourself New gym reimagines approach to fitness Published Thursday, May 12, 2022 11:10 pm By Emily Wolfe | For The Charlotte Post   COURTESY YOU VS. YOURSELF You Vs. Yourself owner Curtis Walls takes a different approach to fitness training by stressing personal bests. Charlotte native Curtis Walls is

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NoDa Company Canteen expanding at Camp North End


NoDa Company Canteen expanding at Camp North End By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal May 11, 2022     NoDa Company Canteen is expanding at Camp North End with a permanent location. That outpost of the original NoDa Company Store will occupy a 1,650-square-foot location at the Raceway Building at 1824 Statesville Avenue, Suite 100. The new location aims

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Scoop: NoDa Company Canteen expands with permanent Camp North End spot


Scoop: NoDa Company Canteen expands with permanent Camp North End spot By Laura Barrero | May 11, 2022 NoDa Company Canteen, aka the original NoDa Company Store’s “outpost,” is expanding in Camp North End with a brick and mortar location. Similar to its pop-up counterpart, the new spot will have a tropical vibe and a bar. Plus: Sectional seating for more than 40 people, a front

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Broadcast the news from Mars? You can at new immersive experience in Camp North End


Broadcast the news from Mars? You can at new immersive experience in Camp North End BY HEIDI FINLEY MAY 09, 2022 6:15 AM Crayola IDEAworks, a 17,000 square-foot immersive experience bursting with lights, sound and color, is on its way to Camp North End for a limited tour stop. Starting May 13, visitors to the exhibit will start by choosing

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After 2 years of isolation, a film festival reunites Charlotte’s LGBTQ community


After 2 years of isolation, a film festival reunites Charlotte’s LGBTQ community WFAE | By Diana Hernandez Gomez | Queens Univesity News Service Published May 8, 2022 at 9:32 AM EDT Ava Benjamin Shorr Actress Zackary Drucker stars in ‘Framing Agnes,’ an independent film making its North Carolina debut at the Reel Out Charlotte film festival on May 14. In a

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Administradora de la SBA visitó Charlotte


Administradora de la SBA visitó Charlotte NOTICIASCHARLOTTE & NC 34 Foto Facebook @LACCCLTNéstor Ramírez mayo 7, 2022 Charlotte, NC.- Isabella Casilla Guzmán, jefa de la U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), visitó este 5 de mayo, la Central Piedmont de Latin American Chamber of Commerce Charlotte (LACCC), como parte de la iniciativa Autobús Nacional, de la administración Biden. La iniciativa Autobús Nacional, «Construyendo un mejor estadounidense a través

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Sometimes bad is good: Get to know the face behind Camp North End’s Beyond Amazing Donuts


Sometimes bad is good: Get to know the face behind Camp North End’s Beyond Amazing Donuts BY DEANNA TAYLOR UPDATED MAY 06, 2022 7:34 AM   Yes, sometimes bad can be good, and in this case it’s amazing. Thomasville, North Carolina, native Jasmine Macon is the face of Camp North End’s soon-to-be B.A.D. — an acronym for the upcoming Beyond

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The Story Behind … Sam Allen’s Dark Chocolate Silk Torte


The Story Behind … Sam Allen’s Dark Chocolate Silk Torte Plus: A recipe for her Chocolate Pot de Crème May 4, 2022 Taylor Bowler COURTESY   When Sam Allen was pastry chef at The Fig Tree, her Dark Chocolate Silk Torte was a top seller. After she left the Elizabeth restaurant to launch Wentworth & Fenn, customers would track her down

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Charlotte rising: How the city’s creative culture is coming into its own


Charlotte rising: How the city’s creative culture is coming into its own Nick Orchard Apr 29, 2022 Nico Amortegui is just one of many people who make Charlotte pulse with creative energy © Courtesy of Nico Amortegui Charlotte rising: How the city’s creative culture is coming into its own When you arrive at Charlotte-Douglas International airport, take a moment to

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You vs Yourself, a new Black-owned sports performance and fitness gym coming to Camp North End


You vs Yourself, a new Black-owned sports performance and fitness gym coming to Camp North End The 3,000-square-foot sports performance and fitness gym will provide private, semi-private and group training for fitness levels ranging from beginner to professional athletes. Curtis Well brings his fitness gym to Camp North End, an area he grew up in. Photo courtesy of Camp North

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Fitness concept You Vs Yourself opens at Camp North End


Fitness concept You Vs Yourself opens at Camp North End By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal   Fitness concept You Vs Yourself has joined the lineup at Camp North End. Charlotte native Curtis Walls is behind that 3,000-square-foot sports-performance training and fitness gym. You Vs Yourself is in its soft-opening phase, with a grand opening set for June 4. Free public

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Interactive Crayola exhibit opens at Camp North End in May


Interactive Crayola exhibit opens at Camp North End in May Crayola IDEAworks. Photo courtesy of Immerse Agency By Symphony Webber | April 21, 2022 IDEAworks, an immersive exhibit by Crayola will soon transform Camp North End’s Ford Building into a color-filled creative scape. What’s happening: Charlotte will be the second stop for the worldwide traveling tour, following its inaugural run at The Franklin Institute

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Camp North End Farmers Market will return for a second year


Camp North End Farmers Market will return for a second year Vendors will include local farmers, artisans, crafters and more. By Amanda Harry March 25, 2022 Nearly 30 vendors will return when the Camp North End Farmers Market opens April 6 for a second season. Vendors will include local farmers, artisans, crafters and more. The market will include 12 anchor vendors.

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Farmers Market At Camp North End Returns For A Second Year


Farmers Market At Camp North End Returns For A Second Year MARCH 24, 2022 North End Farmers Market, Back on Wednesday, April 6th, Brings Fresh Local and Regional Produce, Proteins and Artisanal Food Products to the Community ATCO Properties & Management, an owner and operator of high-quality office, residential and mixed-use properties across the U.S., and developer of Camp North End,

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CBJ Morning Buzz: Farmers market returns to Camp North End…


By Jen Wilson  –  Associate Editor, Charlotte Business Journal Mar 24, 2022, 10:38am EDT CBJ Morning Buzz: Farmers market returns to Camp North End… Spring has arrived in the Queen City, and that means local farmers markets are gearing up to open for the season. The owner of the sprawling Camp North End complex just north of uptown announced this morning that its

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Charlotte’s flourishing vegan scene


Charlotte’s flourishing vegan scene Vegan chefs and Vegfest create opportunities to explore and connect   By Shannon Blair Charlotte Vegfest at Camp North End. Photo courtesy Executive Chef Julia Simon recalls tears welling up when she received the Food Stall of the Year award at The UPPYs, a celebration of the best of Charlotte’s food and beverage industry. Plant Joy at Camp

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The 14 Best Things to Do in Charlotte


Wes Hicks/Unsplash The 14 Best Things to Do in Charlotte Don’t sleep on the Queen City’s food, museums, and rambling outdoors. BY NANCY DEPALMA March 14, 2022 Unlike some Southern cities where lineage and tradition run deep, Charlotte is quite happy being the new kid on the block. The Queen City has seen a meteoric rise in the last decade, and

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6 biggest events in Charlotte this spring


Bad news: The bunnies won’t return for SHOUT! 2022. Good news: They left us giant Easter eggs. Photo: Axios file photo 6 biggest events in Charlotte this spring By Brianna Crane | March 11, 2022 Here are the top six events happening in Charlotte this spring. (1) Green River Revival at the Whitewater Center What: The beloved tradition of watching the rapids turn green returns after two

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The future is female: Half of Camp North End businesses owned by women


The future is female: Half of Camp North End businesses owned by women Half of the 38 businesses in Charlotte’s popular Camp North End are owned by women. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Camp North End, the popular social district in north Charlotte, is honoring Women’s History Month by celebrating female business owners. The site was dominated by male leaders in its

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Give Yourself the Royal Treatment in Charlotte


Give Yourself the Royal Treatment in Charlotte Annemarie Kropf Deal Expert Feb 24, 2022 Forty years ago, if you had asked someone what city would have revolutionized the banking industry with interstate banking and become a major financial hub, chances are high that Charlotte, NC would not have made the shortlist. But that one act has propelled this city — founded back in

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Top 14 things to do in Charlotte to get the most out of your visit


Top 14 things to do in Charlotte to get the most out of your visit AMY CONRY DAVIS Lonely Planet Writer Charlotte has a casual yet cosmopolitan energy © Sharkshock / Shutterstock Charlotte is North Carolina’s largest city and a base of operations for dozens of financial and commercial corporations. But not everything in “Banktown” is strictly business – a streak of

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‘Everything we’ve worked for’: Hex Coffee co-founder talks expansion plans at Camp North End


‘Everything we’ve worked for’: Hex Coffee co-founder talks expansion plans at Camp North End The next phase of Camp North End will bring to market 120,000 square feet of office space and up to 20,000 square feet of retail space across two buildings. NELSON BYRD WOLTZ By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Feb 17, 2022, 6:40am EST Hex Coffee

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Why Is Everyone Moving to This Southern City?


Why is Everyone Moving to This Southern City ? DeAnna Taylor | February 15, 2022 Charlotte has now become the largest city in North Carolina and is consistently listed as one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. Located just four hours north of buzzing Atlanta and six hours south of the nation’s capital lies Charlotte, North Carolina, a.k.a. the Queen City—nicknamed for

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Scoop: Speakeasy and 3 more Black-owned restaurants to open in Camp North End


Scoop: Speakeasy and 3 more Black-owned restaurants to open in Camp North End Rendering of The Abyss speakeasy, opening this summer in Camp North End. Rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group By Laura Barrero | February 1, 2022 The culinary couple behind Uptown Yolk and Leah & Louise is taking over Camp North End with two new restaurants, a donut shop and a speakeasy. Chef Gregory

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Meet the Couple Changing Charlotte’s Dining Scene


Meet the Couple Changing Charlotte’s Dining Scene Subrina and Greg Collier have transformed the local dining scene and manifested a vision that uplifts Black chefs beyond the city limits. By Keia Mastrianni January 21, 2022 Subrina and Greg Collier move as a unit—always have. About a decade of business partnership, marriage, triumph, loss, and trial and error has created something in

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Best Impressions Caterers To Create New 23,000 SF Event Venue at Camp North End


Best Impressions Caterers To Create New 23,000 SF Event Venue at Camp North End JANUARY 14, 2022 Team Behind Historic Venues Such as Byron’s South End and VanLandingham Estate Will Open 600-Seat Location at 701 Keswick Avenue in Fall 2022 ATCO Properties & Management, along with partner Shorenstein Properties, LLC, announced today that Best Impressions Caterers has finalized a long-term lease to

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7 Amazing Places To Experience The Black Food Renaissance In Charlotte


7 Amazing Places To Experience The Black Food Renaissance In Charlotte SHERYL NANCE-NASH JAN.14.2022   SIGNS IN CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA (THOMPSONTAY / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM) Charlotte is for foodies. Come with your appetite. Go big or stay home. If you want to stir the hornet’s nest, start a discussion about whether Charlotte is nipping at Charleston’s heels when it comes to cuisine.

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EXCLUSIVE: Longtime Charlotte caterer expanding with new event venue at Camp North End


EXCLUSIVE: Longtime Charlotte caterer expanding with new event venue at Camp North End Best Impressions Caterers will open an event venue at Camp North End later this year. By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Jan 13, 2022, 3:31pm EST Best Impressions Caterers is expanding its footprint with a 23,000-square-foot venue at Camp North End. The Charlotte catering firm

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Immersive Van Gogh exhibit projected to leave $39 million impact on Charlotte, organizers say


Immersive Van Gogh exhibit projected to leave $39 million impact on Charlotte, organizers say The exhibit kept the Queen City’s attention as people lined up at Camp North End to see it, and the economic impact could last long after its end. Author: Anders J. Hare (WCNC) Published: 5:51 PM EST January 2, 2022 Updated: 12:07 AM EST January 3, 2022 CHARLOTTE, N.C.

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25 Charlotteans who inspired us in 2021


Photo: Symphony Webber/Axios By Michael Graff | December 23, 2021 2021 began with high hopes, mostly because it wasn’t 2020. But like any year, the reality didn’t often match the dream. In Charlotte we were far from perfect: Homicides remained too frequent … Our elected boards threw too many stones … Our population of people experiencing homelessness grew too much … COVID came back too many times … Our shiny new

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14 Charlotte Restaurants for a Healthy Reset


14 Charlotte Restaurants for a Healthy Reset Kick off the new year with light, healthy fare at these eateries December 27, 2021 Taylor Bowler Plant Joy’s Falafel Tower. Photo by Peter Taylor If you’re ready to swap out heavy holiday meals and sugar-laden treats with veggies, grains, and lean meats, Charlotte has plenty of healthy options. These Mediterranean-focused menus and plant-based

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These Black-Owned Businesses Are Shaking up Charlotte’s Food Scene


Peter Taylor These Black-Owned Businesses Are Shaking up Charlotte’s Food Scene The talent behind some of the best restaurants, bars, and food festivals to seek out in North Carolina’s Queen City. BY  Deanna Taylor December 16, 2021 Charlotte, North Carolina’s largest city, consistently ranks among the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States. And the Queen City is emerging as

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CBJ Morning Buzz: Charlotte FC reveals team’s look for upcoming season; Celebrity chef to debut new concept in North Carolina


By Jen Wilson  –  Associate Editor, Charlotte Business Journal Dec 10, 2021, 8:39am EST Charlotte FC threw a fashion party for 1,500 of their closest friends last night at Camp North End, CBJ’s Erik Spanberg reports. The Major League Soccer expansion club, part of David Tepper’s sports portfolio, unveiled their primary kits (soccer speak for uniforms) — and fans immediately lined up to

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Here Are 2021’s Eater Awards Winners for the Carolinas


Here Are 2021’s Eater Awards Winners for the Carolinas The best new restaurants across North and South Carolina by Eater Staff  Dec 8, 2021, 1:00pm EST Today we’re excited to announce the winners of the 2021 Eater Awards, celebrating just a few of the new restaurants that have made a major impact on the Carolinas dining scene over the last two years. (Eater did not

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The Best in Charlotte: Best in the Nest 2021


The Best in Charlotte: Best in the Nest 2021 Onward to 2040: The future of Charlotte is now The Charlotte city skyline. (Photo by Grant Baldwin) Dec. 3, the day we are placing the Best in the Nest 2021 winners online, marks the city of Charlotte’s 253rd birthday. According to UNC Charlotte’s Special Collections and University Archives department: On Dec. 3,

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How Hygge Coworking CEO expanded his business model in light of pandemic


By Caroline Hudson  –  Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Nov 16, 2021, 3:13pm EST Hygge CEO Garrett Tichy has a much different outlook than he did a year ago. His Charlotte coworking business is back on track. He is helping to grow two fresh brands. And, perhaps more importantly, he is learning to have better work-life balance. Last year, the pandemic pummeled Tichy’s coworking business,

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New retail collective joins Camp North End just in time for holiday shopping


New retail collective joins Camp North End just in time for holiday shopping Photo: Julia Fay Photography, courtesy Camp North End and Lokal By Symphony Webber | November 12, 2021 It’s called Lokal (low-kay) and it officially opens on Saturday, Nov. 27, in the Mount District near Leah & Louise and Babe & Butcher. Why it matters: Lokal was started by hygge coworking founder Garrett Tichy and director

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Architecture firm enters Charlotte market with opening of Camp North End office


By Liz O’Connell  –  Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Nov 5, 2021, 3:24pm EDT A Rochester, New York-based architecture and engineering firm has officially entered the Charlotte market with the recent opening of its Camp North End office. Passero Associates held a grand-opening event for that office at 1824 Statesville Ave. — its 10th location in the U.S. — on Oct. 28. The

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Explore These Eight Modern Charlotte Destinations With Historic Undercurrents


  Explore These Eight Modern Charlotte Destinations With Historic Undercurrents Known for being a dynamic hub of contemporary culture and innovation, Charlotte’s rich and storied history is all around.   Charlotte, North Carolina—also known as “Queen City,” in honor of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the queen consort to King George III when the city was founded back in 1768—often appears on lists

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Farmers market extends stay at Camp North End


The Gama Goat building at Camp North End. MELISSA KEY/CBJ By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Nov 2, 2021, 7:50am EDT The North End Farmers Market is sticking around through the end of the year. Camp North End has reached an agreement with Farmers Market Management Services for that market to continue through Dec. 22; it was originally

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Annual street art festival returns with 8 new murals and an art battle


Artist Naji AlAli’s work at Metropolitan as part of the Talking Walls Mural Festival. Photo: Ashley Mahoney/Axios By Ashley Mahoney | October 20, 2021 Talking Walls Mural Festival kicked off this week. Expect to see eight new murals and an art battle. What: The fourth annual festival runs now through Oct. 24. Seven artists, many of whom call Charlotte home, will create eight murals. By

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Talking Walls festival is back in Charlotte. Here’s how to see walls transform into art


Artist HNin Nie paints at The Goodyear House in this file photo. Nie is one of eight artists creating murals at the fourth annual Talking Walls Festival in Oct. 2021. COURTESY OF GOODYEAR ARTS BY MELISSA OYLER UPDATED OCTOBER 18, 2021 1:43 PM If the walls could talk — oh wait, in Charlotte, they do. And thanks to Talking Walls,

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Design Sprint Boot Camp


A live virtual training event brought to you by Jake Knapp, Jeff Grant and Wily. November 15-17 November 2021. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.wearewily.com/design-sprint-bootcamp/ What You Get: A hands-on workshop facilitated by Jake Knapp, Jeff Grant and the Wily Team. An intimate training with limited tickets to ensure a high-touch, high-value experience. Experience a simulation based on a real Design

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Art for all: How Charlotte’s Van Gogh Exhibit is increasing accessibility


Author: Emma Korynta Published: 8:34 PM EDT August 16, 2021 Updated: 5:50 AM EDT August 19, 2021 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit opened its Charlotte location at Camp North End this summer and quickly got a reputation for the innovative way it approaches Vincent van Gogh’s classic works. Through intermingled paintings and curated music, the exhibit has provided many with the opportunity

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Passero Associates signs deal for Camp North End office


By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Jul 9, 2021, 2:50pm EDT Passero Associates is joining the lineup at Camp North End. That full-service engineering and architecture firm has signed a three-year lease for 2,632 square feet. It expects to take occupancy in late July. The office will be at 1824 Statesville Ave. and be part of Camp North End’s

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Ally Financial opens larger TM Studio space for innovation at Camp North End


By Caroline Hudson  –  Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Jul 26, 2021, 3:47pm EDT It’s a place for innovation, for the free flow of ideas, for getting back to basics. Ally Financial Inc.’s TM Studio is the only setup of its kind across the company. The intent is to bring employees closer to consumers and build ideas based on their needs. The

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Leah & Louise parent adds 23% service charge in hopes of creating ‘sustainable hospitality industry’


By Jennifer Thomas  –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Jun 28, 2021, 3:49pm EDT Leah & Louise will add a 23% automatic service charge to all guests’ checks beginning July 15. Husband-and-wife team Greg and Subrina Collier say that step is tied to efforts to change the business model of their restaurants — current and future. It will replace the standard tipping model by

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User’s guide: Camp North End, the growing development near Uptown, now home to 41 cool tenants


Photo: Emma Way/Axios By: Paige Hopkins and Emma Way | April 28, 2021 last updated in June 18, 2021 The effortlessly cool Camp North End complex is a growing destination for the arts, food, nightlife and more. But its goal isn’t to redefine Charlotte’s character — it’s to emphasize what’s been here all along. The big picture: “As long as

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Build your own cheese board at Babe & Butcher’s new storefront


By: Emma Way | June 11, 2021 Cult-favorite charcuterie business Babe & Butcher is opening its first physical store this Saturday, June 12. Why it matters: Camp North End has seen immense growth in the past year, opening 13 food and beverage tenants in the midst of a pandemic. Babe & Butcher’s arrival is just a continuation of the development’s rise as Charlotte’s creative

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12 global restaurants and bars born out of the pandemic


Blossom green | 09/06/2021   It’s a bold and dedicated chef or bartender who has chosen the past 18 months to launch a new venue. Confronting the perils of the pandemic head on – and united in their tenacity, creativity and conviction – 50 Best looks at those pivoting, pioneering and persevering individuals who have pushed on to create game-changing

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The unapologetically Black Durag Festival is back


DJ Fannie Mae performing at Durag Fest 2018. Courtesy of 1st Kind aka Deremen Jones By: Paige Hopkins | June 7, 2021 The Durag Festival, an annual celebration of everything Black with a particular focus on hair and style, is back on this year. The outdoor festival, which started in 2018, will be held on Juneteenth with events at Camp

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Tomorrow’s Real EstateToday: Charlotte region poised for additional growth and healthy recovery


Sponsored Content by CohnReznick, Lincoln Harris, Camp North End, Carter Bank & Trust | May 21, 2021   Fourteen months after a global pandemic darkened commercial real estate across Charlotte, local real estate experts are bullish on recovery. Already, the industrial and residential real estate sectors are white hot, driven by ecommerce for the former and strong population and job

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The Husband-and-Wife Team Behind the New Festival Celebrating Black Food and Culture in Charlotte


By Meghan Overdeep | April 30, 2021   “Rather than telling other festivals to include us more, we decided to stop asking and create our own.” Why ask someone to do something when you can do it yourself? That was the thinking behind the inaugural Black Food & Wine Festival, set to take place October 22-24 at Camp North End in

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A New Charlotte Food Fest Celebrates Black Chefs


Subrina and Greg Collier, of the restaurant Leah & Louise in Charlotte. Organized by Greg and Subrina Collier, of Leah & Louise, the BayHaven Food & Wine Festival is slated to debut this fall By: Kathleen Purvis | APRIL 29, 2021 With COVID restrictions finally easing, star-packed food festivals are beginning to return to the scene. But a new festival

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Immersive Van Gogh art show arrives in Charlotte this June


Photos: Michael Brosilow, courtesy Blumenthal Performing Arts By: Symphony Webber | March 9, 2021 A popular touring Vincent Van Gogh exhibit is coming to Camp North End this month with immersive projections of the Dutch post-impressionist’s famous works. The tour, Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit, is presented by Blumenthal Performing Arts and Lighthouse Immersive. What to expect: The exhibit showcases over

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Babe, this new charcuterie shop is opening Saturday at Camp North End.


Charcuterie board company Babe & Butcher is opening its first shop at Camp North End. COURTESY OF BABE & BUTCHER By: Laurie Larsh | January 29, 2021 We predicted that charcuterie would up its game in 2021 and Babe & Butcher is doing just that. The charcuterie board company is opening its first brick-and-mortar store at Camp North End on Saturday,

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RENDERINGS: More details about what’s included in next phase of Camp North End


By Ashley Fahey  –  Real Estate Editor, Charlotte Business Journal Jan 21, 2021 Updated Jan 21, 2021, 12:45pm EST The next phase of Camp North End will bring in more adaptive-reuse space, as well as new construction and residential development. New York-based ATCO Properties & Management and Shorenstein out of San Francisco are beginning work on 201 Camp Road and

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New York Times: A Juneteenth of Joy and Resistance


With the dual pressures of unrest and the pandemic, black chefs are contemplating the ways this holiday can help Americans cope.

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Frozen-dessert shop Popbar nabs space at Camp North End


Popbar will expand its local footprint with a location at Camp North End.

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This mobile cocktail bar is putting down roots at Camp North End


Mobile bartending company Black Moth Bars will find a permanent home at Camp North End

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Sabor owners to open La Caseta, a new food stall at Charlotte’s Camp North End


BY MELISSA OYLER MAY 13, 2020 10:17 AM ‍ Three Amigos Mexican Cantina & Grill and Sabor Latin Street Grill fans, listen up: the popular restaurants’ owners, Raydal Hospitality, are creating a new Latin American food spot with a menu that will feature foods from El Salvador, Mexico, Venezuela and Argentina. La Caseta (pronounced La Kah-seh-tah) is Raydal’s new food

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Fresh Take: Inside Leah & Louise at Camp North End


Charlotte Magazine May 4, 2020 Taylor Bowler ‍ The Quail of 2 Chiles dish is hot fried quail with pickled celery on top of a warm blue cheese biscuit.PHOTOGRAPHS BY PETER TAYLOR New restaurants often promise a concept unlike anything we’ve seen in Charlotte—and sometimes pull it off. Conveyor belt sushi was unexpected. Barbecue and Asian cuisine was a surprisingly

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Solar developer marks latest office tenant to sign on at Camp North End


By Ashley Fahey  – Real Estate Editor, Charlotte Business Journal Feb 25, 2020 ‍ A solar development company based in Asheville with a local office will be relocating in the coming months. Pine Gate Renewables has signed a 5,532-square-foot lease at 301 Camp Road, within the substantial Camp North End adaptive-reuse project. The company’s current Charlotte office is on West

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CloudGenera to relocate to Camp North End


Software-as-a-service company CloudGenera will move to a 3,000-square-foot space at Camp North End.

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Boutique fitness concept leaving Dilworth to join Camp North End site


By Jennifer Thomas  – Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal Dec 17, 2019, 1:35pm This boutique fitness concept expects to open in Camp North End in February. Bloc. is relocating from Dilworth with plans for a 3,000-square-foot studio at that adaptive-reuse project. The space at 1701 N. Graham St. is in one of six warehouse and industrial buildings being redeveloped

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First ‘large-scale’ redevelopment at Camp North End is getting underway (RENDERINGS)


The Gamma Goat building at 1701 N. Graham St. totals 140,000 square feet. S9 ARCHITECTURE By Ashley Fahey  –  Real Estate Editor, Charlotte Business Journal Mar 12, 2018 Updated Mar 13, 2018, 10:11am EDT A building that once served as an assembly site for military vehicles will soon house office and retail tenants. ATCO Properties & Management has begun preliminary work on the Gama

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