At 46, Cobb is starting all over again, going from commercial real estate to commercial real estate while staying in the town he has called home for all his years except the four he spent in Chapel Hill.
At 35, Charlotte land-use attorney Collin Brown is moving up, literally and figuratively. As the Charlotte area comes to grips with development and density issues, you can often find Brown advocating for developers at public meetings, which are just as often packed with protesters.
Rick Judson is no longer simply principal manager of Evergreen Group. Starting in January, he'll also be the president of the D.C.-based National Association of Home Builders, the first builder from Charlotte to occupy the office and only the third from North Carolina.
Everybody who’s anybody in the Charlotte real estate industry knows -- or at least knows of -- Ralph McMillan.
Don Gately thought he was retired when he left Bank of America in 2001. He thought he was retired when he left Lat Purser & Associates commercial real estate firm in 2007.
The man behind the review of the Mecklenburg County revaluation review talks to The Mecklenburg Times. Here's what he had to say.
In his latest deal, Lazes in the hunt for the rights to refurbish and run the old Carolina Theatre on North Tryon Street, which pits him against the powerful, button-down Foundation for the Carolinas.
"We need to be unique in our appeal to Gen X- and Y-ers," Lewis said. "We need to prove our value to them."
John Jones is one of those button-down, Charlotte-boosting businessmen whose resume includes a long list of civic service.
The homes in Keller Woods, an unassuming development in north Charlotte off Statesville Road between Sunset Road and Cindy Lane, are what some people might call “affordable.”