LUMBERTON — A federal government review says the Lumbee Indian Tribe of North Carolina must repay $225,000 that was supposed to be spent on housing services and instead paid for a fishing trip for veterans, banquet catering and other expenses that ...Read More »
Kimberly Kendall and Rett Turner have both been named vice presidents at Bissell Cos. of Charlotte. They share responsibilities for office leasing in Ballantyne Corporate Park and Bissell’s SouthPark Off ice properties. In addition, Rhonda Walcott has been appointed vice president ...Read More »
The rate of year-over-year construction job growth in North Carolina in April, 7.9 percent, placed the state ninth in the nation, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Construction firms put 13,900 more people to work during the year ...Read More »
CORNELIUS — There’s another effort to side-track plans for toll lanes on Interstate 77 north of Charlotte. Multiple media outlets report a meeting in Cornelius on Thursday night discussed the possibility of canceling the state’s plans to add toll lanes ...
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North Carolina’s senators and representatives have signed a letter at the urging of Realtors asking that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau implement a grace period for changes to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the Truth in Lending Act. ...Read More »
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – State regulators have approved a permit allowing construction of a half-mile long, in-ground wall on Kiawah Island that would open the way for a 50-home development. The Post and Courier of Charleston reports the permit was ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Charlotte-based developer Crescent Communities is examining construction at some of its local apartment complexes after a decision to move all residents out of the Circle University city apartments to fix problems with floor construction. The Charlotte Observer reports ...
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CHARLOTTE – Charlotte-based developer Lincoln Harris is under contract to buy the Charlotte Observer’s 9.4-acre uptown headquarters site as the newspaper offices plan to relocate. The Charlotte Observer reports a spokesman says the purchase agreement has been signed. Lincoln Harris ...
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CHARLOTTE — A second upset bidder has placed an offer on the table for a 3.8-acre parcel of land in uptown Charlotte. The Charlotte Observer (http://bit.ly/1SBpuz9 ) reports Charlotte-based apartment development company Northwood Ravin is offering $14.15 million for the ...
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