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General information
Status Complete
Type Residential Tower
Location Uptown Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Construction started 2005
Opening 2007
Antenna spire 325 ft (99 m)
Technical details
Floor count 28
Design and construction
Architect David Furman/Architecture

TradeMark (a.k.a. "TradeMark Condos") is a 325 feet (99 m) tall, primarily residential, skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was completed in 2007 and has 28 floors and 200 residential units. Additionally it is one of the tallest buildings in Uptown Charlotte.

Recent News Stories

WBTV of Charlotte has reported on three floods and elevator problems in the one-year-old building, raising concern over the quality of construction. Repairs for the June 3rd, 2008, flood (reported on June 4) that were promised to the flood victims by management company Duvall have, as of August 1, 2008, yet to take place. Victims of the prior floods complained about Duvall's lack of responsiveness. TradeMark was builder Boulevard Centro's first major high-rise building construction project. [1]

TradeMark has once again suffered yet another flood. This flood nic-named the "Thanksgiving Flood" has reportedly damaged several more high-rise homes. The flood was again faulty plumbing and the exact cause has not been released, although it is reported that the flood originated on the tenth floor of this modern high-rise and caused havoc to as many a five floors below. A statement has not been released by David Furman or the buildings management company. Although, WBTV reports the residents of The TradeMark are considering a class-action suit.

See also


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  • Emporis
  • Trademark Video Tour
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