Yesterday, we shared that DeWitt Carolinas — a Raleigh-based firm — had released initial renderings of the forthcoming mixed-use development called Midtown Exchange. Today, we’re sharing additional details about this massive project, slated to begin Phase One of construction next year near North Hills.
By the numbers:
💰 The anticipated cost of the project is $1 billion
🧱 The development will consist of two mirrored buildings, MTX One and MTX Two, connected by a sky bridge
📐 MTX One is expected to feature 330,000 square feet of office space, 19,000 square feet of retail space + 5,000 square feet of conference space
🏗️ Each building will be 12 stories high
MTX One will be built first — independently of its sister building — and is slated for completion by the end of 2022. The first phase of construction will also yield 1,000+ parking spaces. A timeline has not yet been announced for MTX Two.
Once completed, the Midtown Exchange project will comprise a total 40 acres. In addition to the towers’ office and retail space, there will be 1,500+ residential units, an upscale 300-room hotel, and four-acre urban park connected to the Capital Area Greenway.
Even more features:
🤩 Downtown views
⛲ Water installation
🧘 Community center
🥟 Food truck court
🍸 Underground speakeasy
Want more renderings? Click here to browse the designs for Midtown Exchange’s commercial areas, residences + green spaces.