CHARLOTTE – A New York-based real estate investment firm has made a substantial bet on Charlotte’s industrial growth. LRC Opportunity Fund has purchased a 1,365,830-square-foot warehouse space and an adjacent 155,000-square-foot office space on Continental Boulevard near the intersection of ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Smashburger, a hamburger franchise out of Denver, has inked four partners to add a total of 54 new restaurants – including six in the Charlotte area – to the hundreds of restaurants the company has across the country, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Cushman & Wakefield Thalhimer, a New York-based commercial brokerage firm, has hired Brian Craver to join the company’s Charlotte office and beef up its retail team, according to a Cushman news release. Craver has 12 years of commercial ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The N.C. Department of Transportation next month will host two public hearings on railroad-related projects in the area. One meeting is being held on Dec. 2 and the other will be on Dec. 12, according to a release ...Read More »
The commercial real estate market is showing small but steady progress, according to the National Association of Realtors quarterly commercial real estate forecast. NAR’s chief economist Lawrence Yun predicts that the market will continue growing modestly going forward based on ...
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CHARLOTTE - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Carolinas Realty is collecting donations for its Toys for Tots drive at two of its offices through Dec. 14. Contributors may drop off a gift at the company’s SouthPark office in Piedmont Town Center, 4625 ...
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Existing homes sales across the country slowed in October from the prior month, but still showed significant gains from the previous year, according to a National Association of Realtors report. Total existing home sales dipped 3.2 percent to a seasonally ...Read More »
RALEIGH – Gov. Pat McCrory has appointed three real estate professionals to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. George Bell of Winston-Salem, Leonard H. “Tony” Craver Jr. of Durham, and Anna Gregory Wagoner of Winston-Salem join the commission for three-year ...Read More »