“Welcome to my empire, or what’s left of it. I’ll tell you what I used to do. And I’ll tell you what we should do now.” It is with those words that long-time Charlotte developer Tom Pearson of Pearson Land Corp. greeted me to his office.Read More »
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 »
When it came to knowing about the house at 6351 St. Stephen Lane, no listing agent could have been as informed as Cynthia Walsh. Then again, it was her house.Read More »
In 2010, when Trinity Capital Advisors and Rubenstein Partners bought NASCAR Plaza, the building needed help. Less than 2 years old, NASCAR Plaza was more than 60 percent vacant. On top of that, it had fallen into foreclosure. Fast forward to 2011, when the building landed one of the highest-profile corporate newcomers to Charlotte.
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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 »