The Home2 Suites by Hilton, Stonewall Station site is located on the southeast corner of Stonewell Street and South Caldwell Street in Charlotte, NC 28202. This 160-room extended-stay property meets the National Green Building Standard for a Bronze certification and is located in the heart of downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, a major U.S. financial and business center.
The property will be developed as part of the Crescent Uptown development site, which comprises approximately 384,552 square feet of buildable space, including 459 apartments (121 high-rise; 338 mid-rise) and 47,500 square feet of retail space incorporating a Whole Foods store. The complex also includes a 1,450 structured parking spaces for hotel, residential and retail use. The residential apartments, developed by Crescent Communities, feature an average unit size of 872 square feet, 9’6” ceilings and 7’ interior doors, granite counter tops, GE stainless steel appliances, kitchen islands and wood style flooring. The community amenities include a 3,500 square foot heated invisible-edge salt water pool with LED lighting and underwater sound, numerous water features and fire pits, and a 3,000 square foot skyline fitness center.
The Crescent Uptown development is prominently located in central Charlotte’s City Center/Uptown area, which is primarily confined within the bounds of I-277. This location affords direct access to all of Charlotte’s City Center/Uptown business, sports and entertainment venues, all major hotels, and restaurant and retail locations. In addition, the site sits adjacent to the area’s convention and exhibit spaces, including the NASCAR Hall of Fame and the Charlotte Convention Center, which features 280,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space. Further, Bank of America Stadium, home to the NFL’s Carolina Panthers, and Time Warner Cable Arena, home to the NBA’s Carolina Hornets, are within easy walking distance to the hotel site. The Crescent Uptown development also provides for direct access to the LYNX light rail at Stonewall Station. This is North Carolina’s only light rail system and has a daily ridership of over 15,000 people.