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The Vue

The Vue
Photo taken on May 22, 2010
General information
Status Complete
Type Single-use residential
Location Corner of 5th and Pine Streets in the Fourth Ward
Construction started 2007
Opening Fall 2010
Cost $275 million
Roof 560 ft (170 m)
Technical details
Floor count 50 (no 13th floor; top floor will be 51st)[1]
Lifts/elevators 4
Design and construction
Architect Forum Studios
Developer MCL Companies
Structural engineer Fisher and Partners
Main contractor JE Dunn Construction (formerly RJ Griffin & Co.)

The Vue or The Vue Charlotte is a 600-foot (183 m) tall skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was completed in 2010 and has 50 stories. The leasing center for The Vue is located at the corner of 5th Street and W. Pine. The Vue is one of the tallest residential buildings in the state and the tallest high-rise between New York and Miami. Residences range from studios to penthouses. Some contain private balconies, gourmet kitchens, spa inspired bathrooms, and floor to ceiling glass. The Vue features a 35,000 sq ft (3,300 m2) amenity deck with a heated Jr. Olympic-sized pool, tennis–sport court, pet park, and landscaped courtyard with outdoor kitchen. Other amenities include a 24-hour full service concierge, business center, and 50th floor SKY Lounge.

The Vue is located in the historic Fourth Ward residential Uptown Charlotte neighborhood. Neighboring sites of interest include Bank of America Stadium, BB&T Ballpark, Romare Bearden Park, Time Warner Cable Arena, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, museum row and many restaurants and bars.

The VUE Charlotte is owned and managed by Northwood Ravin who purchased it in 2010.

See also


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External links

  • Official site
  • Emporis
  • Video Tour
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