• Trex Commercial Products’ Point Series and Track Rail transformed the interior into a space that’s light, bright and appealing.
  • Frosted laminated glass was used on the lobby staircase. Stainless steel “buttons” pass through the glass and are bolted into the fascia for a clean, minimalist look.
  • The two-story jewel box lobby features both TCP’s Track Rail and Point Series, complementary railing systems that enhance the lightness of the space.
  • TCP’s Track Rail, and Point series glass and stainless steel railing was used throughout this renovation project.
  • In the building’s lounge, frosted glass panels offer privacy from the lobby below, while still allowing for light to enter.
  • Wall-mounted handrail and cane detection rail below the lobby staircase offer added safety and security.
  • On the landing and overlooks, TCP’s Track Rail with 1/2” frosted laminated glass adds additional stability, and a stainless steel U-Channel top rail enhances the building’s modern aesthetic.

300 South Brevard Street

Location Charlotte, North Carolina
Architect ai Design Group
Contractor Choate Construction

Charlotte’s hottest new building is actually one of its oldest. Formerly known as the AT&T Plaza building, 300 South Brevard is a reflection of the “new” Charlotte – hip, modern and happening. As part of a $15 million renovation, the building was thoroughly updated to attract businesses with young workers, as it is conveniently located directly next to the city’s light rail system and just minutes from several bustling neighborhoods. Trex Commercial Products’ Point Series and Track Rail transformed the previously dark and dated interior into a space that’s light, bright and appealing.