Triangle Rock Club is opening a new facility with Grubb Ventures across the street from Raleigh Iron Works.
We told you the Iron District was going to become a thing. Adding to the area’s many popular restaurants, bars and breweries is a new project from Triangle Rock Club and Grubb Ventures. Dubbed Salvage Yard, the 39,000-square-foot world-class climbing and fitness complex will be a part of a soon-to-be renovated collection of warehouses along Wicker Drive and Atlantic Avenue, located just across the street from Grubb’s forthcoming Raleigh Iron Works.
“We have been scouting for a signature Raleigh location for some time,” says Triangle Rock Club co-founder Andrew Kratz. “To find a building that met our vertical objectives and also offers a neighborhood coming alive with fun food and beverage options really exceeded our expectations.”
Here’s what we know about Salvage Yard so far:
- The newly renovated TRC facility will utilize a 27-foot clear height existing building and then create an 8,000-square-foot “tall wall” area with 50 feet of clearance.
- It will feature over 100 climbing lanes, a giant bouldering area with top-out boulders, two dedicated yoga studios, and ample fitness space.
- Salvage Yard will comprise three existing warehouses totaling just over 104,000 square feet on 9.9 acres between Atlantic Avenue and Laurelbrook Drive.
- The project will feature multiple outdoor vignettes and green spaces all connected via a boardwalk and pedestrian pathways.
- Site work is anticipated to begin by the end of the year, with TRC opening its doors in 2024.
“We are thrilled to have TRC anchor this latest phase within the Raleigh Iron Works district and look forward to announcing other fun additions to Salvage Yard in the coming days,” says Grubb Ventures Director of Leasing McKenzie Wilson. “When completed, we like to envision this will be a Raleigh playground for all ages where folks can explore the area and linger for the day—or even longer.” Here for it!
Stay tuned for more info on the project in our highly anticipated October development issue.