CHARLOTTE (May 15, 2007) – Lauth, owners and developers of NASCAR Plaza, today released interior renderings of the office tower that will be integrated with the NASCAR Hall of Fame and adjacent to the Charlotte Convention Center.
“NASCAR Plaza will welcome visitors and businesspeople with a contemporary blend of sculpted metal, polished stone, cascading waterfalls, and modern art,” said Flint McNaughton, Southeast Regional Partner at Lauth. “NASCAR Plaza will be the city’s most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly downtown high-rise. We are receiving considerable interest from companies seeking Charlotte’s most recognizable business address.”
The 20-story, 390,000 square foot, Class “A” office tower will be located at the corner of Caldwell and Stonewall streets. In addition to its contemporary design, NASCAR Plaza will be a “green” building, built to achieve LEED certification. NASCAR Images and NASCAR Licensing will serve as anchor tenants and occupy 1/3 of the building. The remaining space will be available for lease by Lauth.
Lauth broke ground in January on NASCAR Plaza. Construction continues on schedule for NASCAR Plaza to open in March 2009.
Since 1977, Lauth has been building facilities for clients to lease or own throughout the United States. Lauth’s years of solid experience, coupled with completed projects worth billions, make it a leading national privately held development and construction firm. Lauth delivers virtually any type of facility including healthcare, industrial, office, or retail from offices in Indianapolis, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Orlando and Phoenix. Additional Lauth information is available at www.lauth.net. People. Trust. Experience. SM