Northpond Partners Purchases Adaptive Reuse Development in Charlotte for $12.5 Million

by Hayden Spiess

Charlotte, N.C. — Northpond Partners has purchased Chadbourn Mill, an adaptive reuse project underway at a 1930s-era textile mill in Charlotte. Northpond purchased the property from Federal Capital Partners (FCP) for $12.5 million, with plans to develop retail and restaurant space.

Renovations will include the addition of two 7,000-square-foot patios and the installation of garage doors on the 18,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space at the property’s main building. Plans also include the addition of a lawn adjacent to the secondary, 2,100-square-foot retail building.

The corporate headquarters for software developer Ekos will continue to occupy the second floor of the main building. Southwick Architecture + Interiors will serve as architect, and White Point Partners remains a partner on the development. Construction is expected to be complete in 2024. Stream Realty Partners arranged the sale on behalf of FCP and White Point.

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