Jon Cherry took the long way ’round to Charlotte, via Pittsburgh (his hometown), Baltimore, Cleveland and Charleston, S.C. It was worth it, he says, just to get out of Cleveland.
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Logan Brafford is all over the place, both for her job and in conversation. Either way, it's hard to keep up. Brafford works as the property manager for Lat Purser's My Niche Apartments division, the developer, builder and leaser of two boutique apartment buildings in NoDa and a third in Plaza Midwood that is in the final stages of construction and scheduled to open in May.
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John Maheras puts together commercial real estate deals as a partner at one of Charlotte’s leading law firms, Horack Talley. He’s apparently so good at it that members of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) recently voted him state director for North and South Carolina. He takes office in May and will keep the volunteer post for a three-year term.
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Nadine Deason is just happy happy happy to do On the Level! Deason, a dynamo from New Jersey who came to the Charlotte area via Chicago and the part of northern Kentucky hard by the Ohio River outside Cincinnati, is co-owner of the Lincoln County satellite office of Keller Williams Realty’s Mooresville operation.
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It was a rare day at Innovation Park; Kingsley was not on the premises. He was at the vet’s. Kingsley is an English bulldog belonging to Mercedes Merritt, a Loyola University Maryland graduate who, at 28, has risen like a meteor to the position of director of leasing for BECO South and has 2.5 million square feet of office space in Charlotte under her supervision, including the 1.8 million-square-foot-and-growing Innovation Park.
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It was 10:30 a.m. in a cubicle on the eighth floor of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center. So there was no beer. About 50 people work in the Charlotte planning department, but we specifically wanted to talk to the beer-lady: Bridget Dixon. We wanted to know why she worked for the department from 2003 to 2006, left, and then came back. And we wanted to talk about beer. Good beer.Read More »
"All of these rules and regulations are well-intentioned, but it’s just gone too far -- despite my 'no' votes," Dulin said. "It’s added too much more costs to the costs of development, especially the tree ordinance and the post-development design guidelines."Read More »