NoDa Company Canteen expanding at Camp North End

NoDa Company Canteen expanding at Camp North End

By   –  Senior Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal

 

 

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 to open by early August.

“Camp North End’s philosophy of curating an inclusive culture is in line with how we feel a business should operate and we look forward to being an even larger part of the community,” says co-founder Joey Hewell.

NoDa Company Canteen has operated a pop-up in the Boileryard District since 2018, serving beer, wine and sangria and snacks on Friday nights and during special events.

Hewell and husband Scott Lindsley share a passion for travel, cooking and community building — all of which are highlighted in the NoDa Company Store brand. The original location opened in March 2016 at 3221 Yadkin Ave., transforming an historic mill house from the early 1900s.

Expect the Camp North End space to offer a laid back atmosphere designed to promote gathering. It will feature a bar, movable oversized tables and sectional seating for more than 40 people. Plants will play a key role in transforming the space and providing a tropical vibe. Colorful art will be added to the walls and doors. A front porch and patio area will add a combined 640 square feet, merging the indoor and outdoor space.

Plans call for programming, including food festivals, events with local artists and more.

“This space really spoke to us and feels like a natural place to hang out. It’s rare to find a spot in Charlotte with so much character and such a seamless interaction between indoor and outdoor areas,” said Scott Lindsley, co-founder of NoDa Company.”

The menu will feature beverages with local beers on tap, wines, sangria and non-alcoholic beverages. Snacks and apparel will also be available for purchase.

Camp North End is a joint venture between Atco Properties & Management and Shorenstein Properties. That project has already redeveloped over 300,000 square feet of former industrial space, with another 1.5 million square feet to go. Phase II of development is underway.

Greg and Subrina Collier’s BayHaven Restaurant Group has announced plans for two new restaurants, a doughnut shop and modern speakeasy at 201 Camp Road. Passage Seafood, The Abyss, Bird Is The Word and B.A.D. —  Beyond Amazing Donuts — are slated to open this summer.

Building ownership was represented by Aaron Ligon and Chapman Chastain at Ascent Real Estate Partners.

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