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Explore Charlotte’s largest adaptive reuse project without leaving your couch. Download these photos to try your dream office on for size in your next zoom meeting!

With bright murals, an inspiring tenant mix, and curated public spaces, Camp North End provides a work environment for entrepreneurs, artists and community builders to connect and create like nowhere else. There’s a reason Camp North End has made a name for itself as the hub for Charlotte’s creative professionals.

Natural lighting. Soaring rafters. Exposed steel beams. Finally, a workspace that’s a true match for your company’s lofty goals.

Shake up a workday rut with a colorful change of scenery on our porch at 1701 N. Graham.

The Wolfberry Passage, located at 1801 N. Graham, is a serene place to take your call or grab a quiet lunch break. 

Let a walk down the Raceway spark your creativity.  Peek into coworking spaces, art galleries, and design labs and production studios of a dozen leaders in their field.

Camp North End’s oldest buildings date back to 1924, where Henry Ford assembled Model Ts and Model A cars. Today, this 76-acre historic industrial site is a can’t miss for history buffs and art lovers alike.

The Mount, the highest point on-site, is home to businesses of all sizes. Open picnic tables, a four-way ping pong table, and hammocks give you a relaxed space to dream up your latest scheme.

Inspiration is around every corner of this 76-acre urban playground. Garage doors filled with murals by local artists, three airstreams turned office space, and our onsite goats fill each space with constant energy.

Fuel up at our chef-driven food kiosks. Get your dose of street art and poetry as you snack, or grab food to go on your way to a fitness class at Bloc gym. With ample parking and shaded seating, this is soon to be your favorite lunch spot.

Relax & recharge in the Boileryard after a long week with food trucks, live music and more. With a little something for everyone, you can connect with neighbors you might not have the chance to meet elsewhere.