Atrium Health details plans for $1.5 billion ‘innovation district’ around med school (INLIVIAN)

Date Published: 
November 17th, 2021

From the Charlotte Observer:

Atrium Health provided new details Tuesday on plans for its billion-dollar “innovation district” surrounding the city’s future medical school, including the hospital system’s request for $75 million from the city and county. Plans for the district include a mix of research facilities, residential buildings and retail shops surrounding the med school. The district will be located near the intersection of McDowell and Baxter streets.


As part of the innovation district, Atrium announced it plans to donate 14 acres in NoDa to Inlivian, Charlotte’s housing authority. The land is next to 14 acres Inlivian owns. Together, the 28 acres will be home to around 400 units of affordable housing with a combination of rental units and for-sale homes, an athletic field and small park.

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