Rezoning petition calls for mixed-use development, parking deck in lower South End

Rezoning petition calls for mixed-use development, parking deck in lower South End

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — More density, including office space and structured parking, could be coming to lower South End if a rezoning petition passes.

Charlotte firm White Point Partners, which specializes in adaptive-reuse projects, has filed a rezoning petition for its Bowers site, at 4025 Yancey Road, to allow up to 195,000 square feet of new construction, including retail, restaurant and office space — and possibly a hotel.

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A site plan filed with the petition indicates the new construction would include structured parking, mixed-use development and ground-floor retail space on land that today serves as surface parking for Bowers.

A spokeswoman for White Point said Monday the firm is evaluating the addition of further density to Bowers, which would likely include office and retail space as well as a parking deck.

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