The city of York, S.C., has a lot of history. It’s evident from the shops lining York’s main street to many of the houses and other buildings that dot the town, which is home to just more than 8,000 people.
The preliminary steps to cleaning up the crime that so dismayed residents of Commonwealth Park are almost complete, but uncertainty lingers about the fate of nearly eight acres that next will be the site of three buildings’ worth of rubble.
CHARLOTTE – Construction on the Charlotte Knights’ $54 million uptown ballpark is swinging along, as Mecklenburg County has issued five more building permits, valued at $911,943, to the team for construction on the new ballpark. The county last week issued five more building permits, four of which were for what the building permit is calling [...]
CHARLOTTE – Starting Monday, the city is accepting bids from contractors wishing to work on a five-story, 1.25 million-square-foot parking deck at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The city is calling the project “Business Valet Parking Deck II.” Potential bidders on the project can obtain bidding materials starting at 2 p.m. on Monday and are invited [...]
CHARLOTTE – Just Fresh, a café chain, is planning an April 24 grand opening of a sixth location in the Charlotte area, this one in the Ally Center, at 440 S. Church St. The grand opening of the restaurant, which serves breakfast and lunch, comes a little more than three months after Mecklenburg County issued [...]
For Matthews Gateway, the name says it all. Situated in the town of Matthews on Trade Street, between Matthews Township Parkway and John Street, the mixed-use shopping center, as Chris Orr put it, is a “gateway into Matthews.”
Week after week, developers announce new apartment projects in Charlotte. Like the 342 units in NoDa, or the 321 units in southwest Charlotte, or the 270 units in South End that have started, or will start, this year. In Charlotte, it is a rare week that passes without the revelation of a new multifamily project. And the numbers justify that trend, for now.
York, S.C. – Hendrick Construction, based in Charlotte, has won a $2 million bid to renovate the McCelvey Center Annex in the York historic district. The 18,600-square-foot renovation requires Hendrick to put in a new roof, new storefront windows and new water and sewer infrastructure, according to a press release sent out Wednesday. Once completed [...]
When Coats moved into the Toringdon office park in 2003, the building was brand new. The paint had just dried, the carpet had just been laid.
After pushing Innovation Park from somnolent to successful in three years, BECO South appears to be pushing against an unpromising trend in the University City area.