JE Dunn Construction is moving, and its new space will provide employees with space to take a break and play. The company is moving into 1616 Center, at 1616 Camden Road in SouthEnd, and is spending $968,400 to create its ...Read More »
A building being renovated for the Mecklenburg County Land Use and Environmental Services Agency and some city of Charlotte departments is expected to improve the services the agencies provide. The 101,000-square-foot building at 2145 Suttle Ave. is scheduled to open ...Read More »
Business has been chugging along so well for Suzie and Todd Ford that they need more space to help quench their customers’ thirst for their products. The husband and wife entrepreneurs are sprucing up the old Fleischmann’s Vinegar and Speas ...Read More »
A multimillion-dollar makeover for Myers Park High School’s classrooms and media center started in August. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is using $22.2 million in bond money to construct two new buildings at the school, which opened in 1951, and tear down old ...Read More »
By late last year, the management at SouthPark’s Residence Inn felt the interior décor had seen better days. The hotel’s 15-year-old pastel valances, neon-orange club chairs, gold carpets and burgundy walls were past their prime, joining ranks with the other ...
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Renovations that began in 2008 on a historic textile building on Wilkinson Boulevard in west Charlotte are finally coming to fruition for Coldwell Banker Commercial Meca, and its parent company, Meca Real Estate Services LLC. The 60,000-square-foot building, which is ...Read More »
Morton’s steakhouse in uptown recently wrapped up a 10-week makeover of its interior in pursuit of a more stylish, modern look. The renovations started Nov. 1, and – for the most part – wrapped up about three weeks ago. Since ...Read More »