New Forum Markets Planned Charlotte Office Building

Two Silver Crescent will feature 80,000 square feet of Class A space near One Silver Crescent, the firm's first building at Ayrsley mixed-use development that is currently under construction.

By Laura Calugar

A rendering of Two Silver Crescent  in Charlotte, N.C.
A rendering of Two Silver Crescent in Charlotte, N.C.

Charlotte, N.C.—Charlotte-based New Forum recently began marketing for lease Two Silver Crescent, a new Class A office building at the Ayrsley mixed-use development in southwest Charlotte. The property will likely break ground this fall if an anchor tenant is signed, according to the Charlotte Business Journal.

Located at the corner of Ayrsley Town Boulevard and Sessions Street, the four-story building will be in close proximity to major interstates and to Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The property will be surrounded by Ayrsley’s various hotels, restaurants, retail and residential options. Two Silver Crescent will feature 20,000-square-foot floor plates with high ceilings and open layouts.

The new asset will be within walking distance of New Forum’s One Silver Crescent, a building that is currently under construction and expected to deliver early 2018. The 120,000-square-foot One Silver Crescent will serve as the future global headquarters of window and door maker JELD-WEN Holding Inc.

“Today’s employers are looking for locations that will allow them to recruit and retain young talent. We’ve seen strong demand among office users for the walkable, mixed-use environment we’ve created at Ayrsley and we look forward to introducing Two Silver Crescent to the market,” said William Hodges, vice president & broker-in-charge at New Forum, in a prepared statement.

BB+M Architecture is the architect of the future office building.

Image courtesy of BB+M Architecture