Morrisville-based Southern Energy Management is scheduled to start installing two arrays of solar panels this month on the roof of Davidson College’s Baker Sports Complex. Britt Weaver, director of commercial finance and sales at the company’s Charlotte office, which will ...Read More »
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Charlotte-area home sales were up in September from the same month last year, but the average sales price fell, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association said this week. There were 1,970 closings for the month, up 26 percent from 1,564 a ...
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Homebuilder Saussy Burbank and affiliate McNeill Burbank are uniting under one brand name. The companies made the announcement Wednesday. They said the change is designed to help customers of Charlotte-based Saussy Burbank and the former McNeill Burbank more easily find ...Read More »
In a roughly $32.5 million construction project, Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory is adding an oncology pavilion and women’s center. The center and pavilion will be an 82,440-square-foot structure that will connect to the main hospital on the second ...Read More »
Structural Preservation Systems is poised to close its Matthews-Mint Hill Road construction facility in Matthews in November. It will mean the laying off of 125 workers, according to a filing the company made with the state. Structural is based in Maryland.
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Cabarrus County commissioners are scheduled to vote Monday on whether to accept a county committee’s recommendation to hire Yates, Chreitzberg & Hughes to be the architectural firm to design renovations to the county’s Human Services Center in Kannapolis. Kay Honeycutt, ...Read More »
The number of foreclosed homes for sale in the Charlotte area keeps falling, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association says. This week, the CRRA reported that distressed properties accounted for 21.4 percent of closings in September. That’s down from distressed sales ...Read More »
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx vetoed a City Council decision Monday — at least briefly. The veto, the first ever for Foxx, who’s running for re-election to a second term next month, came after the council approved, in a 7-5 vote, ...Read More »
“Weiner” was on lots of people’s minds in Mooresville last week. No, we’re not talking about that other dog named Anthony from New York. Instead, we’re referring to the annual Wiener Race, a competition for dachshunds that was held Saturday. ...Read More »
In all the reporting about Chiquita possibly relocating to Charlotte, the local media haven’t mentioned anything about some of the more controversial news involving the company over the past 13 years or so. In the late 1990s, there was the ...Read More »