John Porter thinks he hit the jackpot with the site for his Longview apartment project on Reames Road in Charlotte. Porter, senior vice president and partner at Charlotte-based Charter Properties, said the site for the 264-unit development is an epicenter ...Read More »
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The Community Builders Inc. submitted another upset bid Thursday for two historic NoDa mills that are to be developed into a residential project, part of which will include affordable housing. The upset bid of $1.24 million is more than double ...Read More »
(Part one of a five-part occasional series on the top cities Charlotte competes with) Shortly after moving to Charlotte in 1993, Mark Vitner was talking to a female friend when he mentioned that he was originally from Atlanta and had ...Read More »
When Charlotte officials are marketing the city, Charlotte/Douglas International Airport is usually one of the top features touted as helping boost economic development and tourism in the region. While airports in bigger cities, such as Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Los ...
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Stephan Askew would like to get his hands on a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools building. The founder of The Q Foundation, which offers services for at-risk children, including tutoring and mentoring programs, Askew said his organization resides in a small office off ...Read More »
Retail properties in Mecklenburg County are likely to see the biggest increase in values based on preliminary data for the county’s 2011 revaluation, Chuck Hicks, the county’s revaluation manager, said today. Overall, the impact on commercial values will be mixed, ...Read More »
Eligible bidders for two historic NoDa Mills have until March 24 to come up with at least $1.24 million to stay in the running. The bidding war is now in round four since Merrifield Patrick Vermillion submitted an upset bid of ...Read More »
When David Furman started looking in 2001 for a site for McCreesh Place, he discovered that no other single room occupancy developments existed in Charlotte. Furman, owner of Charlotte-based David Furman Architecture, would go on to spearheaded Charlotte’s first and ...
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Dale Mullennix hopes to break ground this month on a real estate project that is a rarity in Charlotte. It will be an apartment building designed to house the most vulnerable homeless people in the city. The project, Moore Place, ...Read More »