About eight to 12 months ago, New York-based Mascia Development shifted its focus more toward buying commercial real estate instead of building it.Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Rents for all classes of Mecklenburg County office space — A, B and C — are higher than they were in 2007, the year the Great Recession began, according to Charlotte-based Karnes Research, which tracks the county’s office ...Read More »
(Part three of a 13-part series) “What you’ve got out there is a lack of new construction,” said David Dorsch, a Charlotte-based senior vice president for Cassidy Turley, a property management and leasing company.Read More »
“We’re certainly moving into a landlord's market citywide,” David Dorsch, a Charlotte-based principal for Cassidy Turley, said this week.Read More »
In a city brimming with people and noise, it is hard to feel alone. But as crowded as the Democratic National Convention has made Charlotte, the simple equation still applies: A life is a solitary thing. The three people profiled here have little in common except that they altered their routines to accommodate a week like no other.
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“You better budget at least $2,500,” said Tim Mauldin, a convention delegate for his home state of Oklahoma. “Every delegate has to pay his or her own way.”Read More »
Fernando Aguirre is abandoning Chiquita -- but not Charlotte.Read More »