September /October 2020
Angelo Architect’s staff has continued to operate from our office location, while practicing social distancing and hand washing to help maintain the highest level of safety for clients and employees, during the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
Construction is winding down for an expansion to a very large game store in Concord, NC, called the Mighty Meeple. The owner’s goal is to expand the sales area by a third, and to double the size of the room where tournaments occur, up to 150 participants. See updated photos under ‘in progress’.
Construction is complete at 14240 South Lakes Drive, and the tenant, MIAS, Inc., a German company that specializes in material handling, including repairs of heavy equipment, has moved in starting September 1, see photos under ‘in progress’
Mountainbrook Swim & Racket Club has been up and running for the past 3 months, see finished photos under ‘in progress’.
While not our typical ‘commercial’ project ‘type’, we are preparing drawings for a pretty intense renovation to a duplex built in 1931, in the very nice neighborhood of Dilworth, in Charlotte. The scope includes 2 additions to increase living space and add bathrooms, see photos of ‘existing conditions under ‘in progress’.
On a ‘not too good’ note, the rezoning for the mixed-use project in Rock Hill has hit a major hurdle. The RH Planning Commission has denied an amendment to the successful rezoning from 2019.
The amendment was to add more multifamily units, while reducing the retail/services lease space. More to follow on this.