RENDERINGS: Lincoln Harris files plans for signage on Honeywell HQ building

Plans filed indicate the developer seeks to add four parapet signs measuring 350 square feet each, totaling a maximum of 1,400 square feet. Lincoln Harris is under construction on the 23-story,330,000-square-foot tower — the third at Legacy Union, which Honeywell will anchor.

The rezoning petition would permit the signage and does not make other changes to the building.

Fortune 100 Honeywell last year relocated its headquarters from New Jersey, a high-profile economic development move aided by nearly $90 million in state and local incentives. Honeywell is leasing temporary office space across uptown, including the 300 South Tryon tower.

Construction on the Honeywell-anchored building is expected to wrap up next summer, a Lincoln Harris spokeswoman said this week.

The building, at 700 S. Mint St., will join Bank of America Tower —now owned by Highwoods Properties — and the Deloitte-anchored office building, at 650 S. Tryon St., that’s nearly finished at Legacy Union. The 10-acre site is owned by Lincoln Harris and its financial partner in the deal, Goldman Sachs, and was the longtime home of The Charlotte Observer.

The rezoning petition will go before Charlotte City Council in the coming months, for a public hearing, followed by a vote.