Uptown retail will come. What's your day job? This business was removed from the home collection. Outside of a scenario like that, I don't see it happening in my generation. I do think Concord Mills will suffer a little in the beginning due to the novelty of both outlets and everyone wanting to check them out - but not only can Charlotte - but these opposite ends of the county high population areas can support these proposals.
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This center has 63 outlet stores. This center has 3 outlet stores. Carolina Premium Outlets Phone: I don't think an outlet mall in Steele Creek will really affect potential shopping in Uptown. How many people that currently live in uptown or the surrounding neighborhoods are going to make the trip down there to shop? I know I wont. Wow, ask and I shall receive. Too bad according to the O that the stores that are likely to go in there are the same bland ones that will probably go in Tanger.
I want a Tumi outlet! I go out of my way to visit a Tumi outlet when on business trips if there's one nearby. Outlets are destination shopping and really won't have any impact of the future of uptown retail and since they're destination and have a regional draw, it's also the reason they're laced around the perimeter of the interstate not to mention land cost and constraints.
I'm all for urban retail, and would love to see something like Gateway Mall and City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake City happen in Charlotte, but it's just not realistic. Ideally, I would have loved to have seen the Lennar piece on Morehead get taken back by the lender, sold at a steep enough discount to a retail developer, and turned into a large scale mixed use center with a focus on retail.
Outside of a scenario like that, I don't see it happening in my generation. I'm hoping Gateway Station will have some significant retail.
We'll have to see when the proposals come by the end of this year. Crazy these 2 projects were announced within 3 days of eachother, publicly. Or was it back to back? Being that all the land adjacent to the rail owned by DOT is a part of the RFP currently between Hines and Crescent, that would be an ideal area to build a large scale linear open air retail project that would also act as a great connector between the core and gateway area.
Not all of them will make it. Concord Mills will survive, because it's the largest and most established. If only it didn't take an eternity to get there during rush hour. Again - I don't see the Southern locations having any impact on Concord. I really don't understand your rationale for this constant doomsayer of it.
Let me repeat that in another way - Concord Mills is not a place the people in this area of the County plan their shopping around. And most people I know in the Concord and the northern part of Charlotte do not regularly travel to the SC border of the state, nor will be making their way to Tangers and the other outlet as part of the regular shopping. I do think Concord Mills will suffer a little in the beginning due to the novelty of both outlets and everyone wanting to check them out - but not only can Charlotte - but these opposite ends of the county high population areas can support these proposals.
The one thing I do agree with you though is the Bridges at Mint Hill seems unlikely. That project has never really seemed to have gotten necessary momentum since announced and this might be the nail in its coffin.
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