Some of us are unlucky enough to have day jobs and night jobs. But Stephane Berwald said she loves her two occupations.Read More »
On the Level
If Charlotte’s 1st Ward had a mayor, his name would be Daniel Levine. While the 51-year-old owner of Levine Properties has left legacies all over Charlotte, 1st Ward, much of which is now little more than one big parking lot punctuated by a handful of buildings, is home to Levine’s dreams.Read More »
Mary Newsom doesn’t mind stepping on toes if she thinks those toes belong to a politician, developer or anyone else who does “dumb things that hurt the environment, for example. But that’s my opinion, not necessarily that of the Urban Institute.”Read More »
"I’m not going to let [the film studio deal] fall apart. I am determined to get this done. It may take years, but I want people to understand that I’m relentless. We’re going to do it. It’s going to cost money …but that’s the only way things are going to work."Read More »
As executive director for the Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas, Julian Arcila said he’s his backgrounds as a Hispanic immigrant and as a former editor of El Nuevo Constructor magazine to close what he describes as a gap between how the construction industry works in Latin America and in the U.S.
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With a father who owned a recruiting firm and after being paid hourly in high school to dig ditches, Jon Morris said he wanted to find a career that gave him more control of his financial destiny. "I wanted a job that created residual value, and real estate did that for me," he said.
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Katherine Hebert is the coordinator of Davidson’s Design 4 Life program, which is funded by a grant from the CDC. Her powers over how homes are designed -- much like those of other North Carolina's planners -- might soon be diminished if a bill makes it through the General Assembly.Read More »
When it comes to industrial development, there haven’t been many projects completed in the Charlotte area over the past five years. That’s why Childress Klein Properties raised eyebrows with its announcement last week that wants to build a 270,400-square-foot speculative warehouse in south Charlotte.Read More »