One of the city's oldest buildings is being demolished, and its full story hasn't been told until now. So, was it historic? Or was it just old?
Great article. I owned the building land and businesses for years and never knew all its history. I did know alot more that was missed or ommited. The Seeman involvement was not quite accurate but he did play a part.
To all the individuals who fed there families paid there bills and entertained past presidents, sports heroes, and movie stars job well done. We were good stewards of the land and turned it over to the right group at the right time and for the right project.
If someone doesn't open that "Uptown Cabernet" wine shop in the new development, I'll be very, very disappointed.
My favorite uptown cabaret memory is when we had my rehearsal dinner venue cancel on us at the last minute and my mom was scrambling to find a new one. She said I found one place I’ll call today that’s on morehead called “Uptown Cabaret” or something. She was mortified when I told her what it was. LOL
Sad day for me personally. Fond memories of going to see my sister there when she was working.
Jeremy, brilliant article. Great research and writing, as usual.
I always wondered how diligent officials around the country are about those "no strip clubs within so many feet of..." ordinances.
Great article. Looking forward to this new project. I look at it every day.
Drove past it today (was at the Diocese of Charlotte Pastoral Center one block away). They were actively tearing it down when we drove past. It was fun to share some facts about the place with my co-workers.