The Southern Ideal Home Show will bring together hundreds of homebuilding, home improvement and product experts and companies from Aug. 23-25 at The Park Expo and Conference Center, 2500 E. Independence Blvd., according to show producer Southern Shows Inc.Read More »
State senators have put forward a “regulatory reform” bill that, in contrast to the one proposed by the N.C. House, would preserve the rights that property owners have to formally protest a rezoning. The wide-ranging measure, approved Friday by the Senate on a 26-7 vote, omits language suggested by the House that would repeal protest-petition rights that have been in place since 1923.Read More »
North Carolina legislators on Thursday completed their drive to strip the city of Charlotte of the airport it has run for more than 70 years, but hours later, a judge issued a temporary order blocking the move.Read More »
MINT HILL – Publix continues its expansion into the Charlotte grocery market, signing a lease at a planned shopping center in this southeastern Mecklenburg County town, bringing its confirmed number of county stores to three. The Lakeland, Fla.-based grocer announced ...
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Work on Phase 1 of the CityLynx Gold Line, formerly known as the streetcar, is causing more street closings in uptown, as construction creeps toward the Charlotte Transportation Center, the terminus of the opening leg of the transit line.Read More »
Rezoning roundup: City Council approves huge church campus, defers residential switch in zombie subdivision
The City Council on Monday evening gave several “Ayes” to a variety of projects across the city, while not handing out a single “No” and also deferring a few rezoning decisions at its zoning meeting.Read More »