A fitness center is moving into the Old Hickory Business Park in Indian Trail, and a metals company is expanding there. Industrial Alloys Inc. has purchased about 7.27 acres of land in the park, with plans to build a 40,000-square-foot ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County has issued six permits to Charlotte-based Friendship Community Development Corp. for work on its Friendship Gardens apartment complex on Catherine Simmons Avenue, north of uptown. The permits, valued at $356,352, are for work on the shells ...Read More »
Charlotte is one of the best places to buy bank-owned homes, according to a report by RealtyTrac, an analytics firm. RealtyTrac studied more than 900 metropolitan areas and placed Charlotte third, behind only two Ohio cities, first-place Cleveland and second-place ...Read More »
Charlotte-areas home sales in February 2013 dwarfed the volume of February 2012, leaping 26.6 percent. According to the Charlotte Regional Realtors Association’s monthly market activity report, closings totaled 2,043 last month in the 10-county area. In February 2012, closings numbered ...
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CHARLOTTE – New York-based Turner Construction was chosen as the general contractor on a $15 million renovation project at Garinger High School in northeast Charlotte, according to Mecklenburg County building permit records. The county has issued a building permit to ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Trinity Capitol Advisors has sold the Trinity Commerce Center in Greenville to a tenant, Sunland Distribution, for an undisclosed amount. Dunn Mileham, director of investment sales for Trinity Partners, a commercial real estate firm, represented the seller in the ...Read More »
The draft plans for the Blue Line extension station areas are now available on the project’s website, according to a release from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department. As part of the plan-adoption process, the Planning Committee of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission will ...Read More »