Energy-efficient, or “green,” buildings seem to be all the rage these days. But high rents in energy-efficient buildings can make them unattractive to tenants.
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Mike Burkard and Steve Shields, both of CBRE’s Charlotte office, represented the seller of Florence Mall in Florence, S.C., CBRE said in a press release last week.Read More »
Crescent Resources said it has hired a chief marketing officer. Tyler Niess worked for Denver, Colo.-based Playground Destination Properties as vice president of marketing, business development and corporate strategy before he joined Crescent, Crescent said in a press release. As ...
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Charlotte-based Percival McGuire Commercial Real Estate represented sellers in two commercial real estate deals the company announced this month. Joey Godbold, president of brokerage for Percival McGuire, represented the seller in the purchase of Ironclad Self Storage in Chatham County ...
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Charlotte-based Piedmont Properties and CBRE helped in Niagara Machine’s $765,000 purchase last month of a building at 1803 Associates Lane. Niagara, a floor-polishing company, is relocating from space it had been leasing on Wilkinson Boulevard to the 20,708-square-foot building. Lester ...Read More »
Charlotte is among the lowest-performing markets for housing prices, according to the latest report from Truckee, Calif.-based Clear Capital. Last week, the company released its April Home Data Index, which ranked Charlotte No. 9 on a list of 15 lowest-performing ...Read More »
Charlotte real estate consultant Frank Warren will discuss real estate and demographic trends during a free summit hosted by the town of Matthews from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. May 18. The event will be held at Town Hall, 232 ...Read More »
Sales of existing homes in North Carolina rose 8 percent from the same month a year ago, the North Carolina Association of Realtors said last week. But the average price fell 3 percent. There were 7,373 sales in the month, ...Read More »
U.S. construction unemployment fell to its lowest April level in four years, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. The drop in the April unemployment rate to 14.5 percent came despite the industry losing 2,000 jobs in the month. ...Read More »