Charlotte Riverfront

Those of you that have been lamenting the closing of the driving range on Charlotte — well, too bad. You’ll have to continue wandering the city, zombie-like, as I am, searching for another outlet for golf. The driving range won’t be back. What will take its place, though, is apparently a new $250M development taking advantage of the riverfront property:

Plans are in the works for a $250 million development on the Cumberland River that would include live/work units, condos, restaurants, retail and boat homes.

Dubbed The H20 Urban Waterfront District, the project would be on a 35-acre wedge of land tucked away from the strip retail stores of the Charlotte Pike corridor at the site of an abandoned golf driving range.

Sounds like it could be kinda cool.

1 Comment so far

  1. Sarcastro (unregistered) on November 3rd, 2007 @ 6:01 am

    Dude, that range has been closed for at least two years.

    I floated a the idea of turning it into a bar that happened to have a driving range, instead of a driving range that sold cans of beer.

    The concept was called, “Drinking and Driving”.

    Sadly, I could find no investors.

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