CORNELIUS – An $856,454 Mecklenburg County building permit for the construction of a new house on Lake Norman is now the year’s most valuable single-family residential permit. The permit, for a three-story, 24-room home at 16700 Tinker Place on the ...Read More »
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HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Planning Board last week granted Epcon Communities a continuation until Dec. 17 on a rezoning request to allow the developer more time to answer officials’ concerns about a proposed single-family subdivision restricted to adults 55 and ...
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HUNTERSVILLE – After languishing like a slumbering giant during the recession, one of the Charlotte region’s largest master-planned, mixed-use development projects has just awakened and looks ready to storm back from dormancy. Bryton – the $1 billion, 430-acre office-retail-residential development ...
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Charlotte’s halls of political power make for strange bedfellows, as witnessed last month when on-his-way-into-politics Ed Driggs and Jennifer Roberts, who is out of power for the moment, met in the entryway of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center. Democrat Roberts, the ...Read More »
At 75, Stan Thompson is a power source unto himself. The retired future-thinker for Southern Bell, then BellSouth, and finally AT&T is now one of the world’s most active and vocal advocates for the production of energy using hydrogen, the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – After dabbing its digits in the virtual, three-dimensional future of big institutional construction projects, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement now wants to jump in, FTP files first, by forming a high-tech Hybrid Collaborative Delivery Team. The 16-member team would ...
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DAVIDSON – Details on the first phase of Davidson College’s planned 10-year, $100 million-$120 million campus makeover are beginning to emerge. Phase 1 will begin next year on a complicated $70 million new construction and renovation project that will produce ...Read More »
CORNELIUS – The town’s Board of Commissioners on Monday voted unanimously to delay two related decisions, one on a new land-use plan and another on a rezoning request by a developer of a proposed residential subdivision. Former Cornelius Mayor Gary ...
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CHARLOTTE – Prominent Charlotte developer, landowner and visionary Daniel Levine’s much-ballyhooed, long-delayed $700 million public-private project to build an “urban village” in First Ward is now scheduled for a January ground-breaking. That’s according to W. Lee Jones, capital planning division ...Read More »
CORNELIUS – If the Cornelius Board of Commissioners can’t get the kind of revenue-producing office-park development it wants at its “front door,” it will take a car dealership that looks like an office park instead. That was the gist of ...Read More »