Uptown Magazine will soon be but a memory. Todd Trimakas’ plan to sell his publication, which he started in 2005, fell through Friday when a potential buyer pulled out. Last week, Trimakas and T.J. Larsen, founder and president of My ...Read More »
Foreclosure proceedings have been filed against Little Rock Storage LLC Wednesday for a site at 6513 Tuckaseegee Road in Charlotte. The corporation is in default of $4 million note, held by CommunityOne Bank, according to a court filing Wednesday. The trustee ...Read More »
The Mecklenburg and Johnson mills, which sit vacant after failed redevelopment attempts, will be going up for sale next month. Peter Zeiler, the city’s transit station area development coordinator, said one goal is “to maximize the sale value, while preserving ...
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Two years before he was to celebrate his 20th anniversary with Sherwin Williams and retire from the company, Ron Tvarock was laid off unexpectedly in December 2009. He was living in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. But after suddenly finding himself jobless, ...Read More »
Celgard, a Charlotte company that manufactures components for lithium batteries, will open a new 150,000-square-foot plant in Concord next year and add more than 200 jobs. Such announcements are welcome news in the Charlotte area after the past few years ...Read More »
Of 114 manufacturing-dependent regions, Charlotte had the biggest percentage increase in jobs from 1980 to 2005, according to a reported released Thursday by Washington, D.C.-based Brookings Institution. Alec Friedhoff, research analyst at Brookings, said a manufacturing-dependent region is one in which the ...Read More »
After a five-year run, Todd Trimakas is selling Uptown Magazine. Trimakas said he’s finalizing the deal this week, and the January issue will be published under the new owner, T.J. Larsen, founder and president of My Townhome, a Charlotte real ...Read More »
Construction is expected to begin next year on a $4.5 million new police headquarters in Pineville, Police Chief Rob Merchant said. Pineville-based Randolph & Son Builders is the contractor on the project, which will consist of the main 24,000-square-foot headquarters and a small ...Read More »
Surrounded by vacant and decrepit-looking shopping centers, hotels, restaurants and car lots, Independence Park is one of the last places still showing signs of life along a blighted stretch of highway just minutes from uptown. But Alec Polites said the ...Read More »
Kris Molander hunched over a map spread out on a table showing a network of pink and green lines snaking through Iredell County. The lines represented proposed sections of the Carolina Thread Trail, an ambitious and far-reaching network of greenways ...
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