10Tryon — the project bringing “funky” office space and a Publix to North Tryon Street — is finally getting to the final stages of planning.
This project will be in front of the Skyhouse apartments and is targeting tech companies and small businesses looking for more than the usual stuffy corporate office space.
According to recent city filings, there will be about 200,000 total square feet of office space, 9,415 square feet of rentable retail space in addition to the 31,270 square feet for a grocery (we believe it’s likely to be a Publix).
The office space will be split up into two buildings. The north side will be 85,000 square feet and the south side will be about 115,000 square feet and will be built in phases.
I love this project for a variety of reasons. The architecture is cool and brings something different Uptown. Adding a third grocery store Uptown is absolutely incredible and adds great momentum to a North Tryon corridor that is seemingly ready to compete with its counterpart on the south side of Uptown.
Look for shovels to be in the ground this summer and the project is from mastermind David Furman. The office space is currently being marketed by Cushman & Wakefield.
All renderings courtesy of Axiom Architecture