Development begins on the Promenade on Providence, a lifestyle-oriented, open-air retail center at the intersection of Providence Road and I-485.
2002 The Green, an award-winning mixed-use development, opens in Center City Charlotte that includes office space, retail, the Ratcliffe condominiums and a 750-space underground parking garage covered with a 1.5-acre urban park
2008 One Harbour Place, the beginning of a three-building, 300,000 SF office park, opens in the town of Davidson
On behalf of Wells Fargo, Childress Klein completes the $1 billion redevelopment of South Tryon Street, that includes The Levine Center for the Arts. As part of this project, Childress Klein also developed The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, The Knight Theater, The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, The Mint Museum Uptown, and the 1.5 million SF Duke Energy Center tower, which was the first and tallest building to earn LEED® Platinum for USGBC’s Core & Shell sustainability certification.
Designed to bring people together, Waverly a 90-acre mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly development welcomes its first retail tenants, providing residents of South Charlotte an experience-rich urban destination in a suburban location.
Childress Klein completes the Nexus, a six-story creative office building within the Waverly community in south Charlotte.
Consolidating nearly 6,000 Charlotte employees, Duke Energy selects Childress Klein to develop a new high-rise office tower onSouth Tryon Street directly across from the current Duke Energy Center headquarters.
Lowe’s selects Charlotte for its new global technology center, as Childress Klein breaks grounds on the Design Center Tower located in South End.