NorthPointe releases details about retail and restaurant spaces

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The inner courtyard of NorthPointe | renderings by Studio Architects

The newest marketing materials from NorthPointe have been released, and they show approximately 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space in the planned mixed-use development.

The development’s main entrance, at the corner of East Stone Avenue and Wade Hampton Boulevard, is flanked by two restaurant spaces, one at 3,047 square feet on the left and a 4,304-square-foot space on the right.

The entrance to NorthPointe from East Stone Avenue and Wade Hampton Boulevard | rendering by Studio Architects

Once inside, on the left, another restaurant is planned for a 2,855-square-foot unit. On the right, three retail spaces ranging from 2,312 to 3,411 square feet are available.

An additional 2,424-square-foot restaurant and 2,060-square-foot space planned for a fitness center are located closest to the adjacent apartment building. All of the available spaces are located on the first floor with apartment units above.

NorthPointe is anchored by Harris Teeter and also includes 284 apartment units.

Rece Morgan, president and CEO of Central Realty Holdings, and Cortney Carter of Collett released a joint statement:

“NorthPointe is an exciting new project where the developer has worked hard to create a first-in-class project that area residents can be proud of—a place to spend time with family and friends. With that in mind, our goal is to find retailers and restaurants that are unique to the market while providing the community with needed services.”

The development, owned by Central Realty Holdings, is currently in the early stages of site work and reconfiguring of the impacted roadways. The office for Central Realty Holdings is located across Stone Avenue in the Canal Insurance building.

Work to make the Wade Hampton Boulevard and Stone Avenue intersection T-shaped is underway. Once the intersection is complete, Column Street, which runs through the middle of the planned development, will be permanently closed before vertical construction begins.

Cortney Carter, Bill Runge, and Greg Carter of Collett are handling leasing requests for NorthPointe.

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