Expanded and Enhanced Tyber Creek Pub Central to Overall Project
Today we announced plans to develop a nearly one-acre parcel of land at the northeast corner of Tremont Avenue and South Boulevard in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The mixed-use, high-rise development, which will bridge the Dilworth and South End communities of Charlotte, is expected to include approximately 300 luxury apartment homes and elevated outdoor amenity decks. It will also be home to an expanded and enhanced Tyber Creek Pub. We plan to break ground in early 2023, and construction will likely be completed by 2025.
“We look forward to developing a beautiful community in the City of Charlotte and adding to the vibrancy of this region,” said Tim Downey, Southern Land Company Founder and CEO. “We very much appreciate the character of the Dilworth and South End neighborhoods, the dynamic live-work-play lifestyle, and plan to integrate many of these positive attributes into our development that will showcase a new, expanded Tyber Creek Pub.”
Tyber Creek Pub will be a central part of the future development. Both SLC and Tyber Creek Pub owner Thomas Timmins are emphatic that this development will create an enhanced version of the existing pub. Plans are still in development, and while construction is taking place all Tyber Creek Pub staff will have the ability to work at Tyber Creek Pub’s sister locations, also located in Charlotte. Tyber Creek Pub will continue to operate, providing their loyal customers the same warm and friendly service until construction begins in 2023.
“We at Tyber Creek Pub have been fortunate enough to witness the tremendous growth of South End over the past 22 years,” said Thomas Timmins, owner of Tyber Creek Pub. “We feel honored to have been a part of that growth and are excited about our future partnership with a thoughtful developer who cares about preserving this distinctive neighborhood feel in Charlotte.”
The current land agreement encompasses the Tyber Creek Pub area, as well as two adjacent land parcels (1923 South Boulevard and 1919 South Boulevard). Once complete, the pub will have increased square footage, outdoor dining space complemented by lush landscaping designed by SLC’s in-house horticulture team, and more accessibility along South Boulevard.