Think conditions are tight in your cubicle farm? Think again. At Bisnow’s 4th Annual Charlotte State of the Market breakfast, participants discussed recent trends and expectations for the city’s commercial real estate market. One of those trends is smaller work ...Read More »
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The Associated General Contractors of America has announced that its members plan to hire 100,000 veterans over the next five years. The AGC will be joining the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program, which will provide AGC ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The days of being able to be “stupid” and still make money by buying troubled commercial properties and turning them around may be over, according to George Dewey IV and other commercial developers, but job growth and a ...
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CHARLOTTE – The Queen City is a tree city, residents like to brag, and a drive through neighborhoods such as Myers Park is pretty convincing. But in an unexpected reversal, members of the nonprofit TreesCharlotte will travel in June to ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors on May 28 will hold a commercial real estate exhibition event, during which companies can show off new developments, hawk available space and advertise vendor services. The CRCBR is co-sponsoring the ...
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Jim Gleeson’s intention when creating his vision of a uniquely Charlotte-style home was to design a house adaptable enough to fit into the region’s existing neighborhoods while being on the forefront of energy efficient technology and environmentally holistic construction. “The ...Read More »
Rich Gold may not have felt like he was on the hot seat during a Charlotte City Council committee meeting on Monday. But he might have, had he physically occupied the spot from which his voice emanated. Gold, an attorney ...Read More »
When Jennifer Underwood looked for inspiration for a modern “Charlotte-style” house, she looked to a neighborhood that no longer exists, cleared away decades ago from Uptown’s southern Second Ward. The Brooklyn neighborhood was the community center for the area’s black ...Read More »