Charles Hodges, New Forum's President and CEO, has announced the promotion of Amanda Gardner from Executive Vice President - Controller to Chief Financial Officer (CFO).Read More
As it expands its presence locally, Charlotte-based Jeld-Wen said Thursday it will relocate its corporate headquarters to a new building in the Ayrsley area of southwest Charlotte.
The window and door maker has signed a long-term lease for One Silver Crescent, a 120,000 square-foot building that will break ground later this month near the newly constructed Embassy Suites in Ayrsley, Jeld-Wen said in a statement. The company will occupy the whole building, and management expects to initially have about 200 employees there.
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Ayrsley has been in development for about a decade — but there’s a ton changing there right now.
This little pocket is right where South Tryon meets I-485 and it’s transforming from a sleepy suburban commercial center into something a lot more active: Steele Creek’s downtown.
A year ago, there was a fish store, salon and dirt in the heart of Ayrsley. Now it’s becoming — dare I say it? — downright cool.
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New Forum Inc., a local real estate firm, is at the helm of a 120,000-square-foot office building within Ayrsley, a mixed-use development at the corner of South Tryon Street and Interstate 485. The building, called One Silver Crescent, is off Ayrsley Town Boulevard and will overlook I-485.Read More
The Town of Ayrsley has announced Southwest Charlotte’s newest restaurant which is set to open mid-March. Harry’s will offer fresh, upscale food, intriguing beverage choices and an innovative atmosphere designed to enhance the dining experience.Read More
Driven by Southwest Charlotte’s thriving job market, the first phase of Ayrsley's latest project broke ground in November. The Lofts will add much needed housing in Mecklenburg County’s largest employment district.Read More