CHARLOTTE – The Duke Endowment, the Charlotte-based foundation named after James B. Duke, is another step closer to moving to its headquarters to Dilworth, after Mecklenburg County issued a $22 million building permit for work on the three-story office building. ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County has issued a building permit, valued at $2.5 million, to the Catholic Parish of St. Vincent de Paul for a 19,693-square-foot ministry center and chapel. Charlie Barrett, principal of Charlotte-based H.C. Barrett, the general contractor on ...Read More »
Rhea Greene knows that the Steel Yard at South End isn’t for everyone. Companies looking for cookie-cutter office space in the average high-rise or office park probably won’t quite feel at home at the Steel Yard, with its concrete floors and exposed masonry.Read More »
For every $1 the York County, S.C., town of Fort Mill receives in property taxes on residential properties, it has to spend $1.40 on services such as fire, police and schools. But for every $1 the town gets in taxes from commercial properties, it spends only 31 cents on services.Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The developer formerly known as Crescent Resources has been issued five permits, valued at $5.8 million, for work on the 320-unit Circle Alexander Village off Senator Royal Place, in University City. Charlotte-based Crescent Communities, which revealed the name ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County has issued five more permits, valued at $958,000, for work on the $20 million Cottages at Euclid townhomes, on Euclid Avenue in the South End neighborhood. Each permit is valued at $191,600 and is for work ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The area’s housing market continues to show signs of improvement, as April housing numbers were up almost entirely across the board, compared with the same period last year. The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association released a report Tuesday that ...
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The Charlotte Housing Authority is the city’s public-housing organization responsible for putting roofs over the heads of people who may otherwise have trouble affording a place to live in the city. The thing about putting roofs over heads, though, is that those roofs must be in good condition.
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With little fanfare, the city has decided to squash the hollow shell of Eastland Mall, in response to the perceived needs of the two developers who have been shortlisted to remake the 80-acre site. But Bert Hesse, CEO of Studio Charlotte Development, one of the developers considered for Eastland redevelopment, said city officials would be smart to hold off on the demolition, adding that, in doing so, they could save some money and possibly a piece of the storied mall.
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CHARLOTTE – Central Piedmont Community College has filed a rezoning request with the city, asking to change the zoning on 13.57 acres at the intersection of Morris Field and Capitol drives, adjacent to the school’s Harris Campus. The request, filed ...
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