With Class AA quality and attention to detail, 300 South Tryon emanates permanence and timelessness for tenants who prefer to invest wisely in the future of their business. 300 South Tryon allows tenants to define space the way they want it, without the limitations of most current office buildings. In the heart of Uptown Charlotte and overlooking Romare Bearden Park, it offers 638,000 SF of prime office space, 20,000 SF of popular retail, and connectivity to the 217-room Kimpton Tryon Park Hotel.


Adjacent to beautiful, 5.4-acre Romare Bearden Park, at the center of a richly complex mixed-use residential, arts & culture, retail, and sports & entertainment district—one of the city’s most desirable destinations.

Only a few blocks from Bank of America Stadium, Truist Field, and next door to historic Latta Arcade’s many local dining options. Bearden Promenade, a linear park along 3rd Street provides a dynamic connection to the park from Tryon Street and outdoor seating with an Uptown view.

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300 South Tryon Street
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Charlotte, NC 28202

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    Barings brought life to key uptown block with 300 South Tryon 

    On a mid-December day in 2014, then-Gov. Pat McCrory joined other civic leaders, developer Spectrum Properties and Babson Capital Management to break ground on a 25-story, 638,000-square-foot office tower in uptown — the first to begin construction in more than seven years.

    The $330 million project had for years been looked at as an office site for MassMutual — the owner of Babson Capital, which became Barings after a 2016 merger. The recession stalled initial plans, and then a flood of office space from three new towers that opened in 2010 kept the project on the drawing board.

    The commitment by Spectrum and Babson marked a turning point for the uptown office market. The 300 South Tryon tower is one of Third Ward’s most significant developments, where BB&T Ballpark and Romare Bearden Park anchored a flurry of new apartment towers and other development. Barings and Spectrum also built a 217-room Kimpton hotel on the Church Street side of the property.

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