CHARLOTTE – President Obama’s budget proposal includes a $75 million grant to expand Charlotte’s streetcar project. Multiple media outlets reported the grant would help add another 2.5 miles to the current 1.5-mile streetcar line in Charlotte. Charlotte officials hope to ...Read More »
Architecture Record magazine’s “Record on the Road” tour is coming to Charlotte on Feb. 11 for an editorial panel discussion focused on design and innovation in multifamily housing, and will give attendees the chance to earn up to two American ...Read More »
Carolinas Associated General Contractors recently announced its 2015 Board of Directors and its new division leaders. “I look forward to serving as 2015 Chair of the CAGC Board of Directors in order to be a part of the excitement we ...Read More »
The State Historic Preservation Office and the city of Greensboro will host a Historic Preservation Commission Training from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Feb. 18. The training will cover meeting policy, procedures, ethics and conduct, case studies and tours. The training is ...Read More »
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. — A New York man has been sentenced to decades behind bars for a land investment fraud that cheated clients out of their retirement savings. His purchases included a farm in Cleveland County that he turned into a ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A megachurch in Charlotte has spent $10 million to buy a shopping center in Matthews. Multiple media outlets reported that Elevation Church closed on the purchase of Matthews Plaza Shopping Center on Wednesday. Its Matthews campus is located ...Read More »
RALEIGH – A statewide foreclosure prevention effort has now enabled more than 18,000 North Carolina homeowners to save their homes since the program began in 2010. The N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund makes monthly mortgage payments on behalf of qualified unemployed ...
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The Carolina Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) will host a geographic information system conference from Feb. 25-27 in Raleigh. Topics include data resources, demonstrations of new applications, emerging technologies and the relationship between GIS and ...Read More »
North Carolina added more construction jobs between November and December than all but three states, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. There were 4,100 more jobs in December than November, making N.C. one of 37 states where jobs ...
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