RALEIGH – The possibility that the N.C. General Assembly could do away with the state’s expiring tax-credit program for development preserving architectural history has stirred proponents and opponents to action. The tax credit program, which developers use to help fund ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – The city is studying the issue of gentrification in historically black neighborhoods and inner-city areas of town, and looking at ways to keep some housing affordable there. After the issue was recently raised in a contested rezoning petition ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – If two recent additions to the city’s rezoning-process calendar are indicators, the apartment-development frenzy is still frenzied in south Charlotte. Two other recently filed rezoning petitions – one for a senior living center and another for an infill ...
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CHARLOTTE –Call Wendy Field one of the post-recessionary urban pioneers, a bellwether for what expert observers say is a slowly re-emerging trend in Charlotte multifamily development: Small for-sale town house projects – and even a few condo efforts – in ...
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Meritage Homes, a relatively new player in the Charlotte new residential construction market, is about to expand its footprint in the Queen City. The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based production homebuilder, which established a Queen City division in June 2012, on Thursday announced ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Developers have proposed a new town house project in Dilworth, a multifamily building in Elizabeth, and a new industrial park just outside city limits near Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. All three projects will require zoning changes that would have ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – It’s been a long trek for Jay Priester, vice president for development and leasing at Cambridge Properties, but the finish line – or at least the first finish line – is finally in sight. The first store in ...Read More »
RALEIGH – A two-page N.C. House bill that tells local governments not to regulate homebuilders’ aesthetic choices might be stuck in an N.C. Senate committee. But now Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Cary – one of the primary sponsors of HB 150 ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – There’s a Jaguar in the parking lot of Wanda Smith & Associates Realtors, a Rolex Yachtsman on the arm of owner Tony Smith, and a couple of valuable vintage Rolexes in a drawer back at home. But don’t ...Read More »