Towns around Charlotte and the state would have to reassess development ordinances and design standards for single-family housing should a bill passed by the legislature this week become law. The N.C. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed Senate Bill 25, ...Read More »
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Five people were sentenced last week for their roles in fraudulently acquiring bank loans to support a failing luxury home and golf course development in Henderson County. The five included two Seven Falls Golf and River Club investors, and the ...Read More »
Existing-home sales prices in the Charlotte metropolitan area increased 9 percent in April compared with April 2014, according to a Tuesday report by real estate information and analytics provider CoreLogic. The company reported that in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area home prices ...
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Toby Hunter, 39, of Fort Mill, South Carolina, has been sentenced to nine years in prison and ordered to pay more than $8 million in restitution for his role in a massive investment fraud conspiracy, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced. ...
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Environmental groups that are suing state and federal transportation agencies over the proposed construction of the Monroe Bypass have asked a federal judge to halt any new work on the project until the lawsuit is settled. The Southern Environmental Law ...
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A section of Brevard Street between Seventh and Ninth streets was re-opened last week after being closed since September while Levine Properties worked on the road and water, sewer and storm lines as part of its redevelopment of the First ...
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About a dozen people attended a second public information meeting on a proposal for what would be the village of Marvin’s first commercial development, on the southeast corner of Providence and New Town roads. Regency Centers, which developed Phillips Place ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – Dozens of people, including a representative of Family Dollar Stores Inc., told the town Board of Commissioners on Monday that they oppose a rezoning request that would allow a 312-unit apartment complex to be built on the last ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – The state Court of Appeals has ruled against the town in a two-decade legal battle over a portion of a street easement on Home Place, which connects to Reverdy Lane south of Providence High School in south Charlotte. ...Read More »
MARVIN – The village will hold its second public involvement meeting for a rezoning application from Regency Centers. The proposed project, Marvin Gardens, would be the village’s first commercial development. The meeting will be held 5-7 p.m. May 14 at ...Read More »