Charlotte Business Journal is set to host its 9th annual Heavy Hitters Awards on Thurs, Oct 27th to celebrate, highlight and honor the region’s most impactful and uniquely designed Commercial Real Estate projects. HELT Design Architecture Interiors, along with Myers Chapman (General Contractor), is honored to be included as a finalist in the Adaptive Re-use category. The Dynamo 31 project has been completely reimagined and repurposed from its 1940’s textile mill origin to a modernized mixed-use space that is [...]
Helt was mentioned in multiple media outlets as we work in concert with Pharr’s real estate development division in the heart of downtown McAdenville, NC. We’re thrilled to provide design services for the Dynamo 31 complex. The project will both transform and revitalize the 100+ year old historically significant landmark and breathe new life into the space. We developed the Dynamo 31 name through our “building as a brand” approach that captures the essence of the broader brand within [...]
A great article on our firm’s move across the Catawba River from busy Charlotte to booming Belmont in the Charlotte Business Journal. The article can be found in the most recent print edition dated 2/25/22 and on page #9 of digital edition HERE.
In June of 2019, C.L. Helt, Architect, led by Tim Johnston, transferred its growing operations from the buzzy center of Charlotte to the quaint, historic town of Belmont. Leaving the 15th largest city in the U.S. for a town of barely 12,000 inhabitants was an unusual move, but it was the perfect choice for the growing design firm. The location has helped Johnston and his team recruit talent, manage both modern ground-up and historic reuse projects across the U.S., [...]