CHARLOTTE — Commercial real estate company Collett today said it is now handling leasing and property management for two shopping centers in the Charlotte area: Renaissance Square in Davidson and Catawba Village in Charlotte. Charlotte-based Collett said Entry Point Capital of Stamford, Conn., picked it for the job. Renaissance Square features 80,468 square feet. The [...]
CHARLOTTE — Crescent Resources said Tuesday that it has named Jaime Pou vice president of investments, a position in which he will lead the underwriting and financing of residential real estate projects for the Charlotte-based developer. Crescent, in a press release, said Pou’s position is a new one for the company. He will be in [...]
First, on Wednesday, Greensboro-based Tanger Factory Outlet Centers announced that it wants to build a 350,000-square-foot outlet center in southwest Charlotte. Then, on Wednesday, Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group and Baltimore-based Paragon Outlet Partners said they have signed a letter of intent to jointly develop Charlotte Premium Outlets, a 400,000-square-foot outlet center.
CHARLOTTE — Beacon Partners said Thursday that it has hired a project manager for its construction department. Steve Hovis’ responsibility will be to oversee Beacon’s growing industrial portfolio of owned and managed properties, the Charlotte-based commercial real estate development company said. Beacon specializes in the development, leasing and management of office, flex and industrial properties [...]
CHARLOTTE — The federal government on Tuesday agreed to fund 50 percent of the $1.16 billion Blue Line light-rail extension, a project that would expand the system from uptown Charlotte to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Peter Rogoff, administrator of the Federal Transit Administration, gave the city a funding agreement, officially committing to [...]
CHARLOTTE — In another sign of a rebounding residential real estate market, home sales in the Charlotte region rose 14 percent in September over the same month last year, according to figures released Tuesday by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. Based on the number of closings reported by the Carolina Multiple Listing Services, 2,244 homes sold [...]
CHARLOTTE — In a unanimous decision, Charlotte City Council members on Monday backed a resolution to accept up to $580 million from the federal government for the Lynx Blue Line extension project. Related story: Blue Line extension resolution to be considered by Charlotte City Council Plans call for the federal government to cover 50 percent of the [...]
CHARLOTTE — Although it was about $1 million less than the company initially asked for, the Charlotte City Council on Monday approved giving The Community Builders $1.25 million to finish renovating two dilapidated mills in the NoDa neighborhood. Boston-based developer TCB had asked the city for $2.3 million to convert the Johnston and Mecklenburg mills [...]
Opponents and supporters of a controversial proposal to allow duplexes to be built in more parts of Charlotte seem destined to remain in suspense for months.
CHARLOTTE — Hearst Tower is losing Comag Marketing Group, which is relocating to the Chandler Building in Ballantyne Corporate Park, according to The Bissell Cos. Comag could not be reached for comment Thursday afternoon, but Kimberly Kendall, who handled the deal for Bissell, said the company plans to occupy 16,410 square feet of the 125,000-square-foot [...]