CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Charlotte, N.C.-based firm, NarmourWright Architecture is pleased to announce the completion of The Lexington in one of Charlotte’s most sought-after neighborhoods – historic Dilworth. With strong, historical roots and a modern, urban feel, Dilworth has been popular with the city’s booming swell of “move-up” renters ages 25-38 years old who seek easy access to the Queen City’s urban core and a comfortable, established neighborhood home. The Lexington’s design and development team, which included well-known Charlotte businesses such as Marsh Properties, Carocon Corporation, Land Design, and NarmourWright knew that when they started working on the project in 2014.
NarmourWright’s Managing Principal, Tom Wright, will be participating in the World Vision fundraising initiative “Hood-to-Coast” 24-hour, 198-mile relay race, this month on August 25-26 in Portland, Oregon. Every dollar raised goes directly to bringing clean water to Lietnhom and other villages and communities in the war-ravaged and famine-inflicted nation of South Sudan. Tom and his wife, Joan, began traveling to Central Africa more than eight years ago. Since then, they have made multiple trips hoping to learn and support a part of the world plagued by civil war, tribal conflict and ineffective leadership. Tom was invited to participate in
Members from the NarmourWright team traveled to Orlando this year for the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017. Nearly 20,000 attendees from the architectural & building community packed into the convention, traveling from all over the world to experience three immersive days with some of the most creative minds and brands in the industry. Orlando is widely known for our world class theme parks and attractions; however, this is only part of the story of the city. The Orlando area also offers a vibrant diversity of architecture (from Frank Lloyd Wright, Bauhaus to Calatrava). AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 provided a unique
NarmourWright attended the South End Vision Tour at Triple C Brewing’s new Barrel Room on July 25, 2017. Hundreds crowded into Triple C Brewery in hopes to see what South End will become in the near future. The vision tour guided attendees through the future of South End’s development and highlighted the tools and policies needed to get there. The vision: “South End is a people-first, walkable urban district of vibrant neighborhoods, built on transit, and fueled with energy and innovation from some of Charlotte’s most diverse and creative people.” The information was presented with high energy and excitement. Bluz,