The Amp Ballantyne™ debuts with community events, big name concerts
The Amp TM Ballantyne, featuring an 88-foot-wide stage and 36-foot-high canopy embedded with ultra-acoustics that faces tiered outdoor seating in a beautifully landscaped green space accommodating 3500 people, will double as a public park open to the public seven days a week from dawn to dusk.
Photo by Pepper and Gray Photography, courtesy of Ballantyne Magazine.
Some like it hot. Others prefer slow flow. Many love sipping mimosas afterward. When it comes to yoga, the offerings keep expanding to accommodate the growing number of people seeking the benefits of this ancient mind-body experience.
Food Truck Boom
When the pandemic hit, Christine Poncia, social director of her HOA, wanted to cheer up her neighbors. Her idea: Invite food trucks into the community. The concept was such a hit she now manages food truck appearances for 2000 residents in surrounding neighborhoods.
He who hesitates is lost. That old English proverb has become the watchword in the current real estate market in Ballantyne.
Making a Splash!
Ballantyne is mad for swimming. Every May hundreds of youngsters jump into their neighborhood pools to practice for the swim meet season. Belonging to the neighborhood swim team has become so popular here that it's almost a rite of passage.
A Walk in the Park
When Linda Dyer and her husband, Joe, downsized in July 2019 from their house on 5 acres in Waxhaw to a townhome in Ivy Ridge at Ballantyne, they had no idea about the wealth of trails and green spaces tucked away in the corporate park right across the street.