The 40,000-square-foot Hollar Hosiery Mill in downtown Hickory moved a step closer to renovation this week when Hickory City Council members gave preliminary approval to a $30,000 renovation grant.
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Crescent Resources would like to tweak its plans for 4.1 acres at 9000 University City Blvd., but first it needs a rezoning from the city of Charlotte. The company wants to build 250 new apartments and a 25,000-square-foot retail space. Therefore, it needs the site rezoned from multifamily to a mixed-use development district.Read More »
Gaston County reported a 7 percent decline in building permits issued last month compared with December, but the total value of the permits was up 166 percent.Read More »
Dale Olson said he was doing well for himself in the Charlotte real estate market during the 1990s. But it didn’t last. Business started to slow, and the Great Recession didn’t help. Then came a health scare. His doctor told him to make some lifestyle changes, so he became a vegetarian, left real estate and started a restaurant with his wife. He didn’t stay away for long. Now he’s a Keller Williams agent with Team Ludlow.Read More »
Independence Boulevard continues its decade-long transformation into an expressway, and it has left behind the skeletons of dozens of stores that lined what was once the glittering pathway to the Queen City.Read More »
For some in the construction industry, projects are picking up. But builders and bankers disagree on what’s driving it.Read More »
It started off as a project that could contain 721 homes. Now, Crescent Properties is hoping to get rezoning approval from the city of Charlotte for a much smaller development. Chapel Cove at Glengate, planned for 319 acres in Charlotte ...Read More »