CHARLOTTE – The city’s Planning Department will be holding two meetings during which the planning staff will present recommended changes to the Pedestrian Overlay District in the Dilworth area. The PED zoning classification was introduced to Charlotte in 1999 and ...Read More »
Association Management Solutions of Charlotte has signed a new management agreement with Homestead Residents Association Inc. to manage the northwest Charlotte community’s homeowners association, which includes 47 single-family homes. Association Management Solutions specializes in managing homeowners associations, property owners associations ...
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MATTHEWS – N.C. Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker will speak next month at an economic development summit in this suburban Charlotte town. Decker will be joined by Tom Murray, CEO of the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority, and the two will ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Work is expected to begin late this year on adding toll lanes on Interstate 77 through Charlotte. The North Carolina Department of Transportation says the project will widen 26 miles of one of the most congested highways in the state. Cintra ...Read More »
RICHMOND, Va. — The owner of the nation’s biggest tobacco company, Philip Morris USA, has sold a Concord cigarette plant it idled in 2009. Richmond, Va.-based Altria Group Inc. said Monday that the property in Cabarrus County was sold last ...Read More »
Crescent Communities, a locally based developer, has hired Tommy Tucker as vice president to lead to company’s residential team in Austin, Texas, according to a release from the company. Under Tucker, Crescent will look to develop a 500-acre residential project ...Read More »
Movement Mortgage of Charlotte was named 2013’s top lender by the N.C. Housing Finance Agency. The mortgage company was responsible for originating $28 million in loans for the housing agency’s Home Advantage mortgage program. The N.C. Home Advantage program helps ...Read More »
Gains in Charlotte construction employment accounted for more than 75 percent of all the growth in the state’s construction employment between February 2013 and this February, according to a release from the Associated General Contractors of America. During that period, ...
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Foreclosure activity for the Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord metropolitan statistical area spiked by 22.24 percent in March from the previous month, but was still 14.50 percent lower than the same time last year, according to data from RealtyTrac’s Foreclosure Market Report. The increase ...Read More »