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Piedmont Social House coming to Ayrsley Development


Piedmont Social House coming to Ayrsley Development

Charlotte Business Journal ran an article on Friday featuring our design for the newest addition to the Ayrsley development, Piedmont Social House:

“Piedmont Social House is coming to southwest Charlotte’s Ayrsley development this spring.

The 26,000-square-foot restaurant and entertainment venue will be located at 2135 Ayrsley Town Blvd.

The space will include a pub, diner and bowling alley as well as a 5,000-square-foot patio.

New Forum, one of the main developers of Ayrsley, is behind the project.

“Piedmont Social House will be an excellent dining choice in a unique atmosphere,” William Hodges, broker of business development for New Forum, says in a prepared statement. “It will also fill a large void of leisure activity that exists for residents living within the triangle between Gastonia, Ballantyne and Fort Mill.”

Ayrsley is a 185-acre mixed-use development at the intersection of South Tryon Street and Interstate 485. It includes office and retail space, more than 1,000 homes and apartments and a 14-screen movie theater.

Piedmont Social House plans to offer a modern menu influenced by traditional Southern flavors. Craft beer and handcrafted cocktails will also be available.

Entertainment options will include live music and games such as bowling, darts, billiards, pingpong, corn hole, shuffleboard and bocce ball.

The venue seeks to appeal to a broad demographic, including families with children, corporate clients and the under-35 crowd. The space can be used for events such as birthday parties, board-game events and gaming competitions.

Piedmont Social also intends to offer corporate clients meeting space, team-building events, event-planning services and VIP bowling lanes.

The project was designed by Overcash Demmitt Architects. Concorde Construction is the general contractor. Consulting was provided by John Holden of JWH Consulting, which offers consulting and management services for “new age” bowling centers.”

Written by Jennifer Thomas for the Charlotte Business Journal. Find the full article here: http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2015/02/19/food-and-entertainment-venue-planned-for-southwest.html
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