Here’s a behind-the-hands chat, at a Panera Bread near two parcels of residential lots Cindy Barnes has for sale on Providence Road north of Interstate 485, with a “hand-it-over kind of gal.”Read More »
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If you have to save trees in the forest, and there is no forest, does it make a noise at town hall? That was the question recently brought before the Huntersville Planning Board.Read More »
Look at the signs on roads with names like Lawyers, Idlewild, Matthews-Mint Hill, Lebanon, Margaret Wallace, wending their way through bucolic, small-town America 15 minutes from the big city, and the signs are pretty clear: Mint Hill is available, baby. A-vail-a-ble.
Tagged with: brian welch bridges at Mint hill Cardinal Partners carolina heelsplitter Childress Klein Properties Chris Thomas development howard hughes corp. John Culbertson Mint Hill Publix Ryland Homes Stiles Real Estate Investment ServicesRead More »
Earth is moving this week on a 2.5-acre patch of the Metropolitan district slated to become home to a 261-unit, Class A apartment complex tentatively named in public documents as South Kings Midtown. The project is owned and being built by Lennar Multifamily Inc., according to public records, as part of a $1 billion nationwide dive into the apartment feeding frenzy by the single-family homebuilding giant Lennar Corp.Read More »
One Charlotte real estate agent voluntarily gave up his license over the summer and two others had their licenses revoked after the N.C. Real Estate Commission brought disciplinary actions against them.Read More »
The Huntersville Planning Department has scheduled three proposed projects for review by the town’s elected Board of Commissioners and the appointed Planning Board.
Tagged with: Epcon Communities Huntersville Board of Commissioners Huntersville Planning Board Huntersville Planning Department Huntington Green Enterprise Center proposed projects Silver Forida PropertiesRead More »
Call it what you want, but South End, which was largely carved out of an industrial, railroad-crossed section of westernmost Dilworth in the 1990s, when people thought developer Tony Pressley might be a little nutty, is now rapidly spreading far beyond the traditional boundaries of its historic district.
Tagged with: 1100 South Boulevard Partners LLC 1200 South Boulevard Partners LLC Andy Misiaveg Brad Allen Cardinal Partners Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission Cherokee Investment Partners Chris Fetter Crosland Southeast Dan Morrill Faison John Culbertson Lynx Light Rail Blue Line Mark Newell Merritt Scheller MPV Properties Myers Chapman Nancy Braun Pappas Properties Percival McGuire Publix Rob Pressley Scaleybark Sedgefield Shopping Center Group Showcase REalty LLC Simpson's Lighting Showroom South End Summat at Church Texas developer Tony Pressley Unknown Brewing Co. Walter Scholtz Wilmore YorkshireRead More »
City-County Planning Manager Katrina J. Young – a familiar name, face and voice on the phone to many builders, developers and land-use agents – was transferred this week from her top zoning administration position.Read More »