You could see another big north Charlotte development soon.
For years, Eyewitness News has been following how Double Oaks is turning into Brightwalk.
Now, Eyewitness News is seeing changes around Tryon Hills, the area between North Tryon Street, Graham Street, West 24th Street and Atando Avenue.
A developer, Vision Ventures, bought the neighborhood and is working on a plan to breathe new life in to it.
Director Tony Kuhn said, "We see a growing area that's been long forgotten that's adjacent to downtown Charlotte."
North Charlotte resident Ronnie House said, "It's very exciting and we need that."
Asked if Vision Ventures can turn the area around, resident Anthony Jackson said, "I think so. I think so. I think once they tear everything down and clean this place up and rebuild and get some good tenants in, I don't see a problem."
In the meantime, the city is spending millions out there. It committed $9.5 million to spruce up North Tryon Street from Dalton Avenue to West 30th Street with wider sidewalks, better planting strips, medians, more attractive lighting, fewer driveway openings and more bike lanes.
The design phase should wrap up around the beginning of next year.
It The city is spending another $3.2 million on sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, curbs, gutters, storm drains and water mains between now and next summer.