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Stormwater management manual changes take effect Jan. 1 (access required)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Advisory Committee approved at its Dec. 19 meeting a package of revisions to its manual that provides guidance for the construction of stormwater management facilities in the city, county and each of the towns. The committee ...

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Lincoln Harris promotes Denise Dexter (access required)

Denise Dexter has been promoted to fill the newly created position of senior vice president, director of operations at Lincoln Harris, the Charlotte-based real estate development, brokerage and management company, according an announcement. As such, Dexter will become part of ...

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Crescent Communities to invest $100M in Inn at Palmetto Bluff (access required)

Crescent Communities to invest $100M in Inn at Palmetto Bluff <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Charlotte-based Crescent Communities plans to add 150 luxury rooms to the Inn at Palmetto Bluff’s 50 cottages in a more than $100 million expansion of the South Carolina resort, the company announced Dec. 23. The expansion will include new and ...

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Kannapolis shopping center sold (access required)

The Afton Ridge Shopping Center at Interstate 85 and Kannapolis Parkway in Concord has been sold to a pension fund advised by Stockbridge Capital of San Francisco, according to an announcement by CBRE Inc., a Los Angeles-based commercial real estate ...

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All told, that’s 100,000 square feet (access required)

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill.— Michael Jordan’s Lake Norman abode pales in comparison to his Highland Park, Ill., home, which is 4.5 times the square footage, seven times the acreage, and – at the hoped-for minimum – 4.5 times the price. But alas, bidders failed ...

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Monroe Bypass meetings draw skeptical crowd (access required)

MONROE – More than 250 people attended three meetings held this week by the N.C. Department of Transportation to explain how state and federal agencies arrived at their decision to build a proposed bypass around congested areas of U.S. 74. ...

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