A Charlotte-based developer has filed a rezoning application to build a 27-acre mixed-use project at the site of its 353-unit apartment complex in SouthPark. Longtime Colony Apartments owner Synco Properties Inc. wants to build 1,100 residential units, a 300-room hotel ...Read More »
The Commercial Real Estate and Development Association’s Charlotte chapter elected its 2015 Board of Directors and announced the winner of its Award of Excellence at its annual meeting Dec. 15. The Award of Excellence was given to the late David ...Read More »
The Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors recognized four of its members and the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce with awards at its annual meeting on Dec. 4 at the Quail Hollow Club. Ruth Roper, vice president of strategy and business ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Cornelius-based AMTdirect has announced that Domino’s Pizza has chosen the company’s software to manage its corporate real estate portfolio. The company said in a statement that its cloud platform allows businesses to centralize real estate information and track ...Read More »
MONROE – The 380,000-square-foot Monroe Crossing regional mall has been sold to Time Equities Inc., a real estate firm based in New York City. The mall, on West Roosevelt Boulevard, contains Belk’s flagship store as well as JC Penney, Sears ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Dharma Construction Group collected more than 550 pairs of socks, 350 pairs of underwear and several hundred dollars for the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte at an oyster roast recently. Owners Rodric and Lisa Lenhart provided food and beverages ...
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The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association is hosting itsannual Multifamily Forecast Breakfast at 8 a.m. Jan. 16 at the Westin Charlotte. Panelists will discuss new development opportunities, market conditions, industry demographics, Charlotte in-migration, community building and higher-density housing. The panelists are ...
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Mecklenburg County has hired Waters & Co., an executive search firm, to assist in the recruitment of an economic development director. The position was posted on the county’s website Dec. 19. A marketing brochure also has been developed which includes ...Read More »
RALEIGH – North Carolina lawmakers have voted to recommend weakening requirements for the state’s mortgage lenders, a move that proponents say would cut costs for the industry but critics say would dilute protections for borrowers. A legislative study committee voted unanimously Dec. ...
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