210 Trade

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210 Trade
General information
Status Never built
Type Residential, Commercial
Location Uptown Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Coordinates 35°13′45″N 80°50′42″W / 35.229232°N 80.845041°W / 35.229232; -80.845041Coordinates: 35°13′45″N 80°50′42″W / 35.229232°N 80.845041°W / 35.229232; -80.845041
Construction started 2007
Estimated completion 2014
Height
Antenna spire 601 ft (183 m)
Technical details
Floor count 53
Design and construction
Developer Charlotte FC, LLC

210 Trade was a 601 feet (183 m) tall, residential-use skyscraper originally under construction in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was to be part of the EpiCentre entertainment complex that was completed in 2008. Once completed, 210 Trade would have had 53 floors. The EpiCentre Entertainment Complex has a movie theater, restaurants, bars, shops, four floors of parking, five floors of offices and retail topped by 210 Trade with 44 residential floors. It will be connected to Uptown's Overstreet Mall and Bank of America Plaza via skywalk over South College Street. It would have been the tallest residential building in Charlotte and the Carolinas, and it was originally going to have the second highest floor count after the Bank of America Corporate Center. The site was next to the Time Warner Cable Arena, on the site once occupied by the Old Charlotte Convention Center. As of 2016, the project has changed from a condo to a dual Hotel (AC/Hotel and Residence Inn) topping out at 325 feet.

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Local television station WSOC-TV reports that building developer Charlotte FC, LLC has filed Chapter Seven bankruptcy.[1] Charlotte FC, LLC is a division of Flaherty & Collins Properties of Indianapolis, Indiana.[2] Local news sources had previously reported that condominium buyers were considering a lawsuit against the company because the project had stalled.[3][4]

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