FNB to Anchor Charlotte Mixed-Use Tower

The corporate parent of First National Bank will occupy 30,000 square feet at a new 31-story mixed-use tower in Charlotte, N.C., which is being developed by Dominion Realty Partners.

The site of the future FNB Tower in Charlotte, N.C.
The site of the future FNB Tower in Charlotte, N.C.

FNB Corp. is set to serve as the anchor tenant for FNB Tower-Charlotte. The new 31-story, mixed-use tower, to be developed by Dominion Realty Partners, will serve as headquarters for FNB’s Charlotte region. The building will include 160,000 square feet of Class A office space, 215 luxury units and street-level retail space. FNB Tower-Charlotte builds on the bank’s previously announced plans to occupy a new regional headquarters building—the FNB Tower in Raleigh, N.C.

Located at 401 S. Graham St., FNB Tower-Charlotte will be part of the rapidly growing Center City area, highly visible to the hundreds of thousands of daily commuters on interstates 277 and 77. Named after its primary tenant, the environmentally certified development is slated to open in late 2020. Upon completion, FNB Corp. will occupy more than 30,000 square feet of office space, with additional options to expand and accommodate future growth. FNB Tower-Charlotte will house regional leadership as well as Small Business Administration Lending, Commercial Banking, Mortgage Banking, Builder Finance and other departments.  

Enhancing Charlotte’s skyline

FNB Tower-Charlotte will be Dominium Realty Partners’ third recent large-scale project in Charlotte and its second downtown high-rise tower development with FNB as anchor tenant. FNB operates nearly 100 locations throughout the Carolinas.

Once completed, Dominium Realty Partners will manage the new tower. The company has yet to name who will handle the commercial leasing. Greg Broujos of Colliers International and David Thor of JLL advised FNB in this transaction, while Dominium Realty represented itself in the negotiation.

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