Insite Properties represented the buyer in the acquisition of Abbey Place, a 37,196-square foot Class A medical office building in Charlotte. Insite Properties will also be providing property management and asset management services for the property. The seller was represented ...Read More »
Johnson Manor, a residential community that includes townhomes and single-family homes, held its grand opening Thursday. The homes are being built by Benchmark Communities, a national community designer and homebuilder that operates in California, Washington, Tennessee and the Carolinas. “Johnson ...Read More »
Representatives from the town of Matthews and Mecklenburg County held a groundbreaking last week for phase two of a $32 million Sportsplex Facility. The first phase of the Sportsplex was completed in 2013, with the construction of five playing fields ...Read More »
Charlotte-based property manager and owner Ginkgo Residential has acquired a 15-acre apartment community in Simpsonville, South Carolina. The company will rename the development, dubbed Enclave at Fairview Townhome Apartments, to 630 Fairview Apartments. The complex has 120 two- and three-bedroom ...
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Construction has started on the first building at Windsor Run, a 60-acre continuing care retirement community in Matthews. The building, a sales center, is expected to open in late 2015, according to a release. The project is being developed by ...Read More »
Katie Koppelmann, an Allen Tate Realtor in the SouthPark office, has been awarded the exclusive New Homes Certification from Allen Tate Co. Realtors may earn this certification after completing six hours of classroom instruction and seven online courses focusing on ...
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Coldwell Banker Commercial MECA has named Andy Dinkin vice president of sales and marketing and Tina Long as head of the retail team as senior brokerage associate. Dinkin has been with Coldwell Banker Commercial MECA since 2011, previously serving as ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Fifth Third Bancorp plans to close or consolidate about 100 branches and has abandoned plans for 30 new ones. The changes will cost the company between $75 million and $85 million in impairment charges during the second ...Read More »