SouthPark Mall is undergoing an overhaul. Owned by Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group, the upscale mall is getting about a dozen new stores and restaurants, and is relocating some existing retailers. With 1.6 million square feet, SouthPark is the largest mall in ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Dave Simpson gives good quote. That’s because before he became a Raleigh-based lobbyist for the Carolinas Association of General Contractors, he got good quote. He was, in other words, a reporter. But he wised up relatively early and ...
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CHARLOTTE – David Botsko is a double agent. For 27 years, Botsko was a federal investigator. After he “retired,” he put in 11 years running the fraud investigation arm of Arizona’s Medicaid agency. Now, at 67, after “retiring” again, in ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE -The Belk Gym at the University of North Carolina Charlotte is undergoing a much needed metamorphosis. “It was well beyond time for it to be upfitted, plus code has changed,” explained John Fessler, director of capital projects at the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Salvation Army’s Center of Hope shelter is looking to renovate its third-floor storage area into an additional 64 beds for the city’s homeless. The charitable organization is in the process of raising funds to transform the attic ...
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HUNTERSVILLE – It’s been a long trek for Jay Priester, vice president for development and leasing at Cambridge Properties, but the finish line – or at least the first finish line – is finally in sight. The first store in ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – There’s a Jaguar in the parking lot of Wanda Smith & Associates Realtors, a Rolex Yachtsman on the arm of owner Tony Smith, and a couple of valuable vintage Rolexes in a drawer back at home. But don’t ...Read More »