On Monday, Mark Fisher, project manager for Epoch, said construction began last week on the 240-unit, roughly 240,000-square-foot project.
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The stakeholders group is the byproduct of the city putting under a microscope the practice of leasing, primarily to college students, by the bedroom.Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Less than a month after the announcement that EpiCentre Theatres and Mez — the EpiCentre’s full-service movie theater, bar and restaurant — will close at the end of this month, Studio Movie Grill said Thursday it will fill ...Read More »
When Brenda Hayden first set her eyes on the foreclosed and defunct 22-unit apartment complex that Builders of Hope was considering transforming into an affordable-housing development in west Charlotte, one word came to mind: uninhabitable. Despite the squalor -- three people were squatting in the three blighted buildings on Rowan Street -- BOH bought the property in 2009 with a neighborhood stabilization grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, said Hayden, Charlotte-area director of BOH, which is based in Raleigh.Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Nashville, Tenn.-based Shaub Construction Co. is scheduled to begin working within the next two weeks on a $486,258 upfit project to bring a Tin Roof bar and restaurant to the EpiCentre, Shaub project manager Jay Brassfield said. Brassfield said ...Read More »
When the doors to the Amay James Recreation Center were closed in 2008, it wasn't clear to county officials if or when it might reopen. In the throes of a wretched economy, a shrinking budget forced Mecklenburg County to shutter the facility. So it sat empty for close to four years. And, in that time, it languished.Read More »
DAVIDSON — Charlotte-based general contractor Tower started construction Monday on eight condominiums on Armour Street in the Davidson Bay neighborhood. Rick Endrby, Tower’s owner, said it will take his company roughly 10 weeks to finish the condos, which he then plans ...Read More »