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New event space provides industrial yet artsy vibes

Whether you’re looking for a wedding venue, corporate event space, gala, or workshops, PINE will provide that open floorplan.

A gray building with four wide windows, labeled PINE in the top right corner.

PINE is a 12,000-sqft building with about 6,000 sqft of usable space for any occasion.

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The public is about to see the newest tenant at The Pass in Noda.

PINE is hosting its grand opening event Wednesday, May 15 from 5 to 8 p.m. The latest venture by 828 Venue Management Company boasts more than 6,000 sqft of usable space for any occasion. It’s the only venue space by the management company in the Carolinas.

“We’re definitely going for the modern aspect of it to set us apart,” says Halee McKinney, the Venue Manager at PINE.

The restored warehouse in Pass 41 features white walls, tall ceilings, a built-in bar, furnished suites, a seating area on the mezzanine, pool table, and a prep kitchen perfect for caterers.

McKinney explained the space was heavily influenced by the neighborhood. “Our goal was to have a more modern industrial feel with a seating capacity over 320, allowing flexibility for a variety of events.”

The venue is located at 4100 Raleigh St., accessible by the LYNX Blue Line Sugar Creek Station. “Guests can stay in Uptown, hop on the light rail, and they’re here. They don’t have to worry about transportation,” McKinnley explained. Editor’s note: There are more than 100 parking spots on site if you do attend an event there.

Much of The Pass remains under construction. The mixed-use development currently houses Locker Room Charlotte, and will eventually house a taco shop, billiards bar, and Soul Gastrolounge. Pass 42 will boast 120,000 sqft of commercial space. Pass 43 will include multi-family housing.

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