The development, located at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Johnston Street, features 2 adjoining towers — The Madison, an 11-story apartment tower and 603 Glenwood, a 12-story office tower.
The Madison will include approximately 200 apartments, a pool, and fitness center. The 603 Glenwood will feature 112,416 square-feet of office space, a 5-story parking deck, and a rooftop restaurant. The parking deck will offer public parking. There will also be a rooftop terrace, as well as more than 10,772 square-feet of ground-floor retail.
6.18.21 | “New Glenwood South towers” RALToday
6.17.21 | “Plans unveiled for 12-story, multi-tower project in Glenwood South” Triangle Business Journal
Originally built in 1969, Peterson Corners occupies 20,000-square-feet of space split between two, one-story buildings located in the Lower South End neighborhood. Cline Design’s Charlotte office occupies the entire building of 220 E. Peterson Drive, while Park Commercial Real Estate and SeamonWhiteside will occupy 230 E. Peterson Drive. The development is conveniently located a block away from our Bowers Fibers adaptive re-use project, and a short minutes walk to all the breweries and entertainment that the rapidly growing LoSo neighborhood has to offer.
7.22.20 | “Cline Design, Park Commercial to convert two warehouse buildings into new office space” Charlotte Business Journal
Southport Innovation Center is a 95-acre, 17-building innovation park, offering a mix of lab, office, and flex space designed to accommodate a wide range of users.
The Union provides Southport tenants a unique space where they can come together to collaborate, brainstorm, take a break from their desks, or simply blow off a little steam. It offers conference space, an open-air patio, a lounge, a fitness center, a bar+café, and a game room.
The new Peace Raleigh Apartments, just blocks away from Seaboard Station, are more than a mixed-use project serving a fast-growing population in a booming metropolis. It’s a project that represents building community and addressing its most basic needs by offering the area its first downtown grocer. It’s a story of delivering a complex project in a uniquely situated site requiring innovative design solutions for site-specific challenges.
The Peace development is the new Northern Gateway to Downtown Raleigh and is leading the way for development in the area. It is reactivating the formerly vacant, deteriorating neighborhood at the corner of Peace and West by offering a place for people to live, work and play. Its 55,000 sq. ft. of retail is anchored by Downtown Raleigh’s first grocery store, remedying the food desert issues faced by surrounding areas’ residents and workforce. The public plaza on Peace Street serves as a community gathering space where residents and shoppers can enjoy the buzz of the street, relax in one of the many seating areas or catch up with friends after a long day at work. The art installation on West street offers an appealing backdrop to visitors of Downtown.
5.7.21 | “Peace Street: From mills and modesty to a rebirth in Raleigh” Triangle Business Journal
10.26.20 | “Intimate Prominence: Translating large-scale vision to small-scale experience” Cline Design
10.13.20 | “Scale and function: Balancing Peace outdoors” Cline Design
9.30.20 | “Meet Peace: downtown Raleigh’s newest mixed-use development” RAL Today
9.24.20 | “Organic Modernism: Designing Peace Raleigh Apartments’ Space” Cline Design
9.1.20 | “2020 State of Downtown Imprint Award Winners” Downtown Raleigh Alliance
8.11.20 | “Publix sets date for grand opening in downtown Raleigh” Triangle Business Journal
2.25.19 | “Crane Watch: Six Cutting-Edge Developments Across the Carolinas” UrbanLand
7.3.19 | “Managing Peace” Cline Design
Platform, a 7-story multi-building project, will entail over 430 units with 26,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and office space situated on 6 acres at 600 W. Cabarrus St.
The project will include extensive outdoor amenities, including a pool, fire pits, indoor and outdoor coworking spaces, and a work area complete with tools. Intended pedestrian walkways and open spaces between the buildings will attract residents from the surrounding neighborhoods to engage with the space and its retailers.
10.12.21 | “Kane Realty set to transform former Clancy & Theys HQ in Raleigh” Triangle Business Journal
9.29.21 | “Raleigh Developments Revealed” Raleigh Magazine
2.19.20 | “Checking in with New Developments on West Cabarrus Street” DT Raleigh
Christenbury Commons is a new and premier Class A office, with the option to serve as a medical office space as well. The development is part of a larger mixed-use community offering a true live-work-play destination, adjacent to Concord Mills.
Golf Pride, the global leader in golf grip innovation and technology based in Pinehurst, NC was in search of a new corporate headquarters. It was imperative that the design of this corporate headquarters respect the rich history of Pinehurst while also reflecting the company’s innovation efforts as a premier brand in the golf industry. They selected Cline Design to help them realize their vision, working closely together to imagine an office environment that reflected their culture of collaboration, transparency, flexibility, and community.
The new 35,996-square-foot headquarters takes cues from its surroundings and is designed to blend with its neighbors and embrace the Pinehurst community brand. A courtyard was intentionally located in the center of its headquarters and is surrounded by large glass panels providing the transparency their culture encourages. The space serves as a gathering space for the company or a quiet get-away for employees.
A new open-office concept was implemented with carefully placed collaboration areas encouraging their workforce to connect for planned meetings or impromptu brainstorming sessions. Elements of the design of their industry leading golf grips have been subtly woven into the fabric of the building, from the golf grip mimicked lobby lighting greeting its visitors and employees, to floor-to-ceiling wall graphics showcasing Golf Pride’s culture and inspiration. A putting course can be found along the perimeter of the building, not only encouraging the staff to break away, but providing an opportunity to test products as they’re developed in their research and development department.
The building and its spaces continue to shape the culture of Golf Pride and evolve with the company as they grow.
The Dowd is an adaptive re-use building intended for general office or design/showroom uses and is located at 120 W. Bland Street. The 8,400-square-foot single-story building will have 19 on-site parking spaces.
Cline Design partnered with their long-time client, a reputable developer with projects across the southeast, to imagine a TOD that would activate a three-block area in Uptown Charlotte, provide a new home for its large corporate anchor tenant and welcome visitors to the Queen City. The amenity-rich, 31-story towers’ exterior was thoughtfully designed to integrate into the context of its surroundings and enveloped in glass providing natural light and unobstructed views for its office tenants, hotel guests, and retail patrons. At its base, the TOD boasts a 57,300 sq. ft. bus transfer station neighbored by over 12,000 sq. ft. of retail, a 3,000 sq. ft. hotel lobby and 1,700 sq. ft. office lobby. The 8th floor provides an attractive pavilion, outdoor courtyard with breathtaking views for its office users and hotel guests, and a double-height concourse providing linkage from the office to the hotel. The tower will once again transform the skyline of the ever-growing Queen city and provide a live, work, play outlet for this bustling city.
Chadbourn Mill is a renovation of a former hosiery mill built in the 1930’s. Visions for the project include a mixed-use village incorporating 40,000 sf of office space, local retail opportunities and a 4,000 sf restaurant, all adjacent to a walkable residential community. Taking cues from the historical context of the old mill buildings, the project maintains a historic aesthetic, while providing modern and inviting working, dining, and shopping experiences. Integrated landscape design and architecture connect the interior and exterior spaces creating a lively village feel.
The Town of Fuquay-Varina is one of the fastest-growing towns in North Carolina. Its rapid growth strained the current town hall facilities and provided the opportunity for the team to evaluate expansion and relocation options. Their goal, to provide an easily accessible facility to better service its community and focus on it clients.
After a 32-year hiatus, the town chose to relocate their facilities back to the center of town and expanded them to uphold their vision of better servicing its community.
Cline Design worked closely with Fuquay-Varina to reimagine their town hall. The program accommodates growth, allows for flexibility, is customer-centric, and support their community. The nearly 30,000-square-foot facility boasts offices, a public board room designed for double its former occupancy, conference rooms, flexible meeting space, a fitness center, two cafes, storage space, and an outdoor plaza. The team was able to help Fuquay-Varina realize their mission and shape the community positioning it for its future.
10.18.19 | “After 32 years, Fuquay-Varina Town Hall returns to Downtown” WRAL.com
Located on the edge of Colonial Village and Sedgefield neighborhoods in Charlotte’s LoSo district, the former tire shop was built in 1950. The building is located directly across from Charlotte Light Rail’s Scaleybark Station and plans to become a new modern shopping plaza for the area, including potential restaurants, a coffee shop, and office and retail buildings.
When it came to redesigning Crisp Agency’s interior office space, our interiors team had the task of creating a space unlike most corporate offices they typically design. Unique areas like stadium seating for meetings, glass offices, and movable work spaces allow for impromptu meetings and encourage collaboration and creativity. Additional areas include a living room, bar and secret lounge hidden by a bookshelf. The exposed concrete floors and ceilings, high contrast and muted colors were intended to provide backdrop for creativity.
Crisp Agency won The Triangle Business Journal’s 2017 Space Award for Best Interior Space.
The Progress Center mixed-use project is the first high-rise development in downtown Raleigh in over a decade. The 3+ acre site bounded by Wilmington St., E. Davie St., Blount St. and Cabarrus St. represents the push to enhance downtown Raleigh’s 24-hour lifestyle. The project includes a 366,000-square-foot office tower that features a 34,000-square-foot trading floor for Progress Ventures, a commodity trading firm. There is 23,000-square-feet of retail located on the frontage of E. Davie St. and Blount St. A six-level and 1,055 space parking structure allows vehicular flow from the new facility to the existing city parking deck.
The Avenues at Atherton is a 31,000-square-foot 1950’s shopping center reimagined as a social destination in Charlotte’s South End. It will have an attractive new look and offer six suites ranging from 2,034-square-feet to 6,000-square-feet. The new establishments’ tenants will include a mix of high-quality food and beverage establishments as well as a brewery, beer garden or tap house.
Oak Heart Animal Hospital’s third location in Raleigh opened in late 2019, boasting 10,000-square-feet of services and amenities such as a veterinary hospital, retail shop, resort with a dog daycare facility and kennels for boarding.
Its innovative design features include a state-of-the-art outdoor play yard and interior play rooms; a new flooring system designed to be more cushioned and gentle on paws; an internal dry and wet vacuum system throughout the facility; an Energy Recovery HVAC system to provide fresh air; and compartmentalized areas to help control noise. Additionally, the layout of the building was designed to allow for quick and easy drop-off of pets.
Formerly home to Mitchum Quality Snacks in the 1950’s, this two-building development is reimagined to include a mix of uses including a brewery, retail space and office space. The development was carefully woven into west Charlotte’s urban fabric that continues to experience tremendous growth including nearby multifamily and relocated businesses from around the area.
8.29.20 | “Charlotte’s west side is suddenly surging” Charlotte Business Journal
6.5.19 | “Legion Brewing to add third location at adaptive-reuse project near uptown” Charlotte Business Journal
Bowers Fibers is a 50,000-square-foot renovation and conversion of an existing cotton storage warehouse. The vision for the project, which includes multiple buildings, was to create a mixed-use community-friendly environment providing office, and large- and small-scale local retail opportunities. With over 25,000-square-feet of outdoor space and pedestrian roadways, Bowers Fibers is a new destination for visitors, shoppers and professionals. The walkable site promotes community inclusion and a healthy, sustainable lifestyle with gathering spaces for people to meet and connect.
11.21.19 | “Adaptive-reuse sale in Lower South End could set the stage for similar deals in Charlotte” Charlotte Business Journal
9.13.19 | “Finalists revealed for CBJ’s Heavy Hitters program, recognizing the region’s best developments” Charlotte Business Journal
5.16.19 | “How They Are Remaking History” Charlotte Business Journal
4.21.17 | “Firm snags Bowers Fiber building in lower South End for $7.9M” Charlotte Business Journal
Arrowood South is an adaptive reuse of a former Walmart located near the Lynx Arrowood Station light rail stop in Charlotte, NC. The 110,390-square-foot single-story building will be a catalyst for growth in the area. The renovation includes an open concept, ideal for a large headquarters, including large open spaces, collaboration rooms, private offices, a community space ideal for gaming or dining, large conference rooms and outdoor veranda.
Health Park at Davis Drive is located 5.5 acres at the intersection of Davis Drive and Holly Creek Road in Morrisville, NC. WakeMed Health has signed a 15-year lease on the development.
WakeMed’s current facility plans call for a primary care practice, a cardiology practice, an Orthopaedic Urgent Care, a rehab gym and a lab on the first floor. On the second floor, WakeMed is blocking plans for a pediatric practice, OB-Gyn and a surgery center.
5.5.22 | “WakeMed to fill, potentially buy, new office building near Cary Wegmans” Triangle Business Journal
6501 Weston Parkway is a three story office building within the campus at Weston Parkway. Cline Design completed a full renovation of the first and third lobbies including entry, vestibule, lobby furniture and fixtures, custom light fixture and a Soelberg stained wooden panel system. This iconic system serves as focal point seen from inside and out to create depth, texture and interest to guests and tenants moving through the space.
Cline Design Associates provided Architecture, Interior Design and Land Planning for Diamond View II, a Class A, five story, 162,000 sf office building that serves as a backdrop as well as a gateway to the Durham Bulls Park. The project is centrally located adjacent to the Ball Park along with the American Tobacco Historic District and the Performing Arts Center. It is a speculative office building that contains multiple tenant floors that are connected on the First and Second Floors by a colonnaded common lobby that opens up to views of the ball park.
This design effort also included the coordination of urban master planning efforts for the area, and was designed to interconnect with public plazas, pedestrian promenades, and pedestrian oriented streetscapes.
Powerhouse Square is an adaptive reuse project anchored by two national Historic Register structures built by Carolina Power & Light over 70 years ago. The project includes restaurants, shops, offices and a structured parking deck. The original Powerhouse Building houses Southend Brewery and Smokehouse, a restaurant and micro-brewery. The historic Garage Building accommodates the offices of Cline Design on the upper level and Napper Tandy’s Irish Pub, on the lower level. A later vintage Service Building serves as office and retail space. Structured parking supports the increased traffic generated by the development. This development received an Anthemion Award for Outstanding Historic Renovation from Capital Area Preservation in 2000 and a Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Community Appearance in 1999..
Withrow + Terranova, a patent law firm, was in need of a fresh new space. Their 18,000 square foot office space provides an open, modern environment with clean lines and pops of color. Large conference rooms with geometric lighting creates interest, and open lounge areas embrace collaboration while maintain designated confidential offices and spaces.
Located on a 7.5-acre tract of land along the Cape Fear River in downtown Wilmington, the new world headquarters for a leading global contract research organization is a significant addition to the city. At 14 stories and 500,000 square feet, the project is one of the largest of its kind in the area. A large expanse of silver glass on the north elevation transitions to horizontal bands of glass and precast with integral sunshades on the south side, where the smaller scale and proportion of openings is more compatible with the context of existing downtown structures. The site is fronted by a landscaped walking plaza and visitor drop-off area, while a structured parking deck sits beneath and adjacent to the building.
The Interior Design concept was based on Scandinavian design concepts, which emphasize clean and simple forms. Etched glass with subtle curves, white fabric panels and bamboo wood veneer are all featured throughout the first floor common areas.
The Judy D. Zelnak Center of Hope opened in July 2013 and is home to all of The Salvation Army’s social ministries in Wake County, NC. The building was originally a 40,000 square foot 1950’s industrial building with an existing steel and brick structure. New construction took place to build the warehouse for donated materials. The center includes a women and children’s shelter, dental clinic, computer lab, playrooms, prayer room, indoor and outdoor recreation areas, 5,600 square foot storehouse for donations and emergency supplies, and administrative offices. New paving, landscaping, and facade changes revived the abandoned building and site to a modern facility built for LEED silver certification.
Powerhouse Square was an adaptive reuse project anchored by two national Historic Register structures built by Carolina Power & Light over 70 years ago. The project includes restaurants, shops, offices and a structured parking deck. In 2014, Cline renovated their 12,000 square foot office, as well as Clouds Brewing in the lower level of the garage building.
The original Powerhouse Building housed Natty Greens Brewery, a restaurant and micro-brewery. Structured parking supports the increased traffic generated by the development. This development received an Anthemion Award for Outstanding Historic Renovation from Capital Area Preservation in 2000 and a Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Community Appearance in 1999.
Paradigm Park, formally known as Headquarters Park, is a 74, 000 square foot two-building office campus located off of Highway 54 in Durham, NC. Grubb Properties purchased the building in 2015, during which time Cline envisioned a new look for the interiors of the building.
Committed to serving patients and client, Quartet Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital constructed a newer larger hospital to accommodate their growth. Their surgical patients now benefit from 24/7 emergency staffing and in-house rehabilitation services as well as access to surgical services on an emergency basis or next day consultation.
The Raleigh Transit Operations facility consists of a six building campus on a 23 acre site. The facility is the first integrated administration and maintenance facility of its kind in the nation to achieve Platinum LEED certification. Major components in achieving LEED Platinum certification include: geothermal heating/cooling, radiant floor heating, natural light via windows/ skylights, and rapidly renewable materials. The campus consists of the Administration/Operations Building and Poole Road Bus Shelter. It is designed with a cohesive material palate consisting of precast concrete with glass and metal accents on a steel structure. The tectonics of the structures are emphasized throughout the facility through the expression of the joints, connections, and overlaps. The structure is intended to complement its honest technological function with a technological aesthetic.
CityVet was a 1970’s bank transformed into a modern, urban animal hospital. Spacious treatment rooms, surgical observation windows and state-of-the art technology were driving factors in the design. Modern finishes – concrete floors, exposed ceilings and wood walls, create a studio vibe for clients and patients to experience the science and art of veterinary medicine in a whole new light.
Located in downtown Wilmington, the five-story office building consists of approximately 60,000-square-feet of mixed-use space and includes a parking structure. The first floor tenant is Bank of America and the second through fifth floors will exist as office space. The site incorporates two existing 24-inch caliper prominent live oaks into the site plan from the conception of the development. The trees were viewed as a resource unique to this development and would assist in the positioning of this building in the marketplace. Exemplary measures were taken in the design and construction of the building to protect and preserve these trees.