CHARLOTTE – If you really want to try to label Curt Seifart, haul out the hyphens. He’s a bred-in-Foxcroft old hippie-adventurer-former sports apparel salesman-runner-swimmer-pre-Columbian scholar-man of faith-affordable housing volunteer-residential real estate agent with Helen Adams Realty. And, as On the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – What do you do if you’re the Charlotte Housing Authority and one of your affordable-housing communities specifically for the geriatric gets, well, geriatric? According to Eric Johnson, the chief development officer at the CHA, you start an $8 ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – City officials likely knew Bert Hesse was going to ask for some city money in his ambitious plan to bring a film studio to Eastland Mall. Hesse, the CEO of Studio Charlotte Development, hasn’t been shy in saying ...Read More »
UNIVERSITY CITY – The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is clearly growing. Massive construction projects are underway and the school this year started playing NCAA Division I football. A common theme woven throughout the campus construction and football Saturdays ...
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CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a $210 million bonds package for Central Piedmont Community College. The hefty sum of money will go a long way in adding classroom space and accommodating increasing enrollment, said Kathy Drumm, ...Read More »
BALLANTYNE – At any age, J.C. Underwood is a one-man wonder. Seventy-six next month, Underwood is executive director of the nonprofit Metrolina Real Estate Investors Association, meaning he runs the office in Carmel Commons pretty much single-handedly, and he’s president ...Read More »