CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County has issued two more permits, valued at $745,000 apiece, for further renovation work at the Charlotte School of Law’s new campus in Charlotte Plaza, at 201 S. College St. in uptown. The most recent permits were ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County has issued a building permit, valued at $798,387, to Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based ContraVest for work on the clubhouse at The Addison at South Tryon apartment complex. The clubhouse will be 8,328 square feet total, of which ...Read More »
When Charlotte School of Law opened its first campus on South Tryon Street in 2006, Harry Workman, the school’s director of facilities management, said that he and other school officials had dreams of having an uptown, Class A campus. Back then, that idea seemed a reach for a startup school.
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At the intersection of Providence Road and Strawberry Hill Drive rests an aging apartment complex. Camden Pinehurst, which was not always the name of the 40-building complex with the brick-and-vinyl exterior, has been in south Charlotte since 1967. But the owner, with pressure from the numerous brand new, Class A apartment properties popping up around the city, decided a change was needed.
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CHARLOTTE – Trinity Partners Construction Services Group, a contractor affiliated with Charlotte-based Trinity Partners, has finished preparing 23,000 square feet of space in uptown’s Ally Center for the regional headquarters of JELD-WEN, a national window and door manufacturer based in ...Read More »
Romans Properties, a Charlotte-based commercial real estate firm, represented Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT in its $19.5 million purchase last week of the Raleigh Data Center. The 143,770-square-foot data center is on about 12 acres in Morrisville, near the Raleigh-Durham ...
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The way things used to work: A Cassidy Turley client would have an office space renovated, but wouldn’t think about furniture until just before moving in. The result: Hastily ordered furniture that would have fit perfectly in the old space, but looks as out of place in the new as boulders in a bathtub.
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The tattoo parlors, art galleries and bars served as the inspiration from which Gvest Partners drew its apartment design.Over the past decade, the community called NoDa, centered at the intersection of 36th and North Davidson streets, had successfully transitioned from one of Charlotte’s biggest mill centers into the city’s arts district.
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