A Breakdown of How the Charlotte Skyline Has Changed


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PHOTOGRAPHS BY LOGAN CYRUS

THE 2000S HAVE MARKED an era of the expanding Charlotte skyline and the growth has continued with new additions in the last 18 months. Below is a snapshot of some of the signature high-rises that make up the skyline and some new (and soon to be) skyscrapers. It’s certainly a busy time to be a designer of skyline art in Charlotte.

Skyline Buildings
Recent additions in yellow
1. The Vue (2010)
2. Avenue (2007)
3. Hearst Tower (2002)
4. Bank of America Corporate Center (1992)
5. First Citizens Bank Plaza (1985)
6. Bank of America Plaza (1974)
7. Charlotte Plaza (1982)
8. Ascent Uptown (2017)
9. One Wells Fargo Center (1988)
10. 300 South Tryon (2017)
11. 400 South Tryon (1974)
12. Catalyst (2009)
13. Element Uptown (2014)
14. Mint Museum Tower (2017)
15. Duke Energy Center (2010)
16. Legacy Union (2019)

Honorable mentions not visible include the AC Hotel in the Epicentre (2018), 615 South College (2017), and Novel Stonewall Station (2018) 

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