Carillon's central Charlotte location affords easy access to fine restaurants, shopping and major cultural facilities.
Carillon is an architecturally distinctive office tower located in Charlotte's Uptown Business District.
Rising 300 feet from the base of the building, the copper-roofed spire distinguishes Carillon along the Charlotte skyline.
The lobby of the building features an art gallery which hosts a program of rotating exhibitions. The centerpiece of the lobby is artist Jean Tinguely's Cascade, a 40-foot mobile suspended above an indoor fountain.
Situated at the entrance of Carillon on West Trade Street is an exquisitely landscaped public plaza centered around a 30 foot high multi-colored aluminum sculpture named The Garden designed by Jerry Peart.
The hallmark of the property's elegant design is its dramatic Gothic central spire with its bell tower shape which reflects the architecture of the historic neo-Gothic First Presbyterian Church located directly across the street and inspired the Carillon name.
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