"We need to be unique in our appeal to Gen X- and Y-ers," Lewis said. "We need to prove our value to them."
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Encouraging small, fast-growing upstarts in the Queen City would have positive consequences on its residential and commercial real estate sectors. That’s the takeaway for builders, developers and other industry officials from a City Council meeting Monday night, when council members voted unanimously to take the first step toward trying to make the city a magnet for entrepreneurs.Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Attention, property owners: The findings of an investigation into the controversial 2011 Mecklenburg County revaluation will be revealed at 3 p.m. Tuesday. After 15 weeks of holding community meetings and examining hundreds of revaluation cases, officials at Pearson’s ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE — Standard Pacific of the Carolinas has submitted a preliminary plan with the town of Huntersville as it seeks to develop 88 lots on 47.5 acres and complete the Beckett subdivision. The project, which would include extending roads and ...Read More »
Pearson account representative Emmett Curl refused to give the commissioners, or the dozen or so members of the public at the meeting, even the slightest hint what the study would say. Curl said he couldn’t even if he wanted to, because the study isn't complete.Read More »
CORNELIUS — Anyone looking forward to Thursday’s public hearing on one of the first new subdivisions proposed for Jetton Peninsula in years can forget about it. The developer has pulled out. Jetton, the largest of Cornelius’s many Lake Norman peninsulas, ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE — A Cornelius-based company wants to build assisted- and independent-living facilities on property adjacent to an existing skilled-nursing facility, which would also be expanded during the proposed construction project. Villages of Mecklenburg Assisted Living has submitted a preliminary site ...Read More »
The capital-gains tax, mortgage-backed securities, small-business concerns, banking stability, interest rates, the “fiscal cliff,” the mortgage-interest deduction — and jobs, jobs, jobs. When they consider what the outcome of Tuesday's presidential election might be, those are but some of the issues that Charlotte-area builders, developers and real estate agents bring up.
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