Birmingham, Ala.-based Hoar Construction broke ground Friday on Carolinas Rehabilitation-NorthEast, a $26.4 million, two-story, 40-bed rehabilitation hospital being built for Concord. Hoar is the general contractor. Charlotte-based Freeman White is the architect for the 69,960-square-foot facility at 487 Lake Concord Road. The facility, a joint venture between Carolinas HealthCare System and Stanly Regional Medical Center, will provide inpatient [...]
The Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study, an intergovernmental transportation planning organization for eastern York County, has suggested four possible routes for the connector, which would include a bridge over the Catawba River.
Tommy Williams was a construction materials salesman before he made the switch into selling real estate. His first day on the job: Sept. 11, 2001.
When Charlotte-based Bank of America confirmed this month that it's selling two of its Uptown skyscrapers, Hearst Tower and Fifth Third Center, it wasn’t surprising that it stirred speculation about the city’s future as a financial hub. But some say the sale could be a good thing for Charlotte.
The deadline for construction companies interested in landing subcontracting work for the 2012 Democratic National Convention is less than a month away. Registration on the vendor directory must take place by March 1
In one slice of Pineville, it’s the best of the best of times and the worst of times. At Carolina Village, the sound of home construction echoes through streets lined with houses either occupied or in one stage or another of construction. Across the street and only half a mile away, the air is quiet and the lots are empty at Parkway Crossing.
In a setback for some in Charlotte’s multifamily industry, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has stayed a Superior Court judge’s decision that would have required the city to reimburse all trash-collection companies for fees incurred at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Landfill. Court of Appeals Judge John Connell issued his decision Thursday, overturning Superior Court [...]
Construction has not begun on the houses Evans Coghill Homes is planning for the Riverwalk mixed-use community in Rock Hill, S.C. But according to Alan Banks, owner of the Charlotte-based homebuilder, there's been strong interest in the homes.
About a year ago, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission put the Grier-Rea home up for sale. It's just sat there. So now the commission is trying a new tactic: aiming to have the property rezoned for commercial use.
Convenience store giant 7-Eleven today said it has begun buying 55 Sam's Mart stores in the Charlotte-metro area. And that could mean work for local contractors in the coming months.