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Crescent sells Dilworth apartments (access required)

Crescent Communities has sold the Crescent Dilworth apartment development on East Morehead Street to real estate investment management company Berkshire Group. The property features 296 studio, one- and two-bedroom units. “Dilworth marks the sixth Crescent community that Berkshire acquired upon ...

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Charlotte-area home prices up 4.5% (access required)

The sales price of existing homes in the Charlotte area, including distressed sales, rose 4.5 percent in May from a year earlier, according to CoreLogic’s Home Price Index.  Sales prices in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia metro increased 0.8 percent in May from ...

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Planned WTC arts complex gets $75M

NEW YORK A planned performing arts center for the World Trade Center site has received a $75 million donation from billionaire businessman Ronald Perelman. Officials said Thursday the donation will fund the construction, endowment and operations of the long-stalled project, ...

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Charlotte rents up 3.5% in June (access required)

Charlotte is the second-most expensive city in which to rent in North Carolina. That’s according to a recent report by Apartment List, which put the median cost of renting a two-bedroom apartment in the Queen City at $1,150 in June. ...

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RealtyTrac expands Homefacts app (access required)

RealtyTrac is expanding its Homefacts app to include email alerts that inform subscribers on the latest property information. Data available to consumers includes updated crime statistics, details of environmental hazards such as underground storage tanks and spills, and changes in ...

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Capitol Towers gets LEED certified (access required)

The Capitol Towers office development in SouthPark has received LEED Gold certification. Sustainability and energy-efficient features at the development range from preferred parking for low-emission vehicles to an HVAC system that measures and filters air. The recently completed phase one ...

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