UNION COUNTY – The N.C. Department of Transportation beat a tactical retreat this week as officials in Union County’s 14 municipalities started seeing letters in their inboxes saying the state highway agency had changed its mind about refusing to take ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Cherry was founded in the late 1800s as Charlotte’s first workforce housing, a neighborhood for skilled and unskilled black laborers. That’s the history, and history is key to the present and future of the city’s second-oldest traditionally black ...
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Leigh Brown, CEO of the Leigh Brown & Associates Re/Max Executive residential firm, was recently named one of the top 100 Re/Max agents worldwide as well as making a Wall Street Journal top 250 real estate agents list. That’s why ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – Months in the making, the Monroe Road Small Area Plan for development in a busy and growing busier transportation corridor is now in draft form and ready to be refined by the Matthews Board of Commissioners and Planning ...Read More »
It was supposed to be an 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. promotional event to raise awareness of Habitat for Humanity International, as well as Charlotte’s chapter of the nonprofit affordable homebuilder and the Habitat volunteers employed by Lowe’s Home Improvement stores. But ...Read More »
DAVIDSON – When Chartwell finally sold after a year on the market and several drops in price, it sold twice: for $2.5 million and for $2.8 million. The buyer who paid the former for the 9,615-square-foot house and park-like 31-acre ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Six months later, the word “interim” comes off Shad Spencer’s title. Spencer, 41, and a familiar face to those who have regular dealings with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department, has officially had this convoluted title added to his name: ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – A proposed 395-home single-family subdivision off Ramah Church Road near central Huntersville will take its first of several public steps toward reality on April 21, the date the town’s Board of Commissioners has chosen for an initial public ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Charlotte uber-developer Peter B. Pappas of Crosland Southeast was feeling so confident after his performance at a Charlotte City Council public hearing Monday night that he revealed the construction schedule of the $200 million, 90-acre Waverly development for ...
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