In 1987, Charlotte-based Childress Klein Properties had an idea. Construction had just started on the 24,000-seat Charlotte Coliseum, and the Charlotte Hornets were moving in a year later.
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CHARLOTTE — Charlotte-based Beacon Partners on Monday said it has sold a 13-building chunk of its portfolio for $39.5 million. Maryland-based Artemis Real Estate Partners bought the buildings, which are in four office parks throughout the Charlotte area and total ...Read More »
One Wells Fargo Center, which was taken off the market after a deal to purchase it collapsed in July, could be up for sale again as soon as January, according to Hal Kempson, director of capital markets for CBRE. "Childress Klein will decide upon the first of next year (when) they'll do it," Kempson said Tuesday. "One Wells Fargo is going to go back up for sale."Read More »
Joe Douglas hoped it was an April Fools’ Day prank. It wasn’t. On April 1, Douglas, owner of Dilworth restaurant 131 Main, learned that his East Boulevard eatery had been almost totally destroyed by fire. And his run of bad luck would only continue.Read More »
Apartment owners who are renting out individual bedrooms can continue to do so while the city mulls creating regulations for such properties, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department official said.Read More »
CABARRUS COUNTY — Cabarrus County officials might soon out find if they will be granted a rehearing from the North Carolina Supreme Court on a case involving impact fees, according to county attorney Richard Koch. Koch said he expects to ...Read More »