Members of Charlotte’s Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP) chapter traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to meet with members of Congress about issues related to North Carolina’s commercial real estate industry. The visits were part of NAIOP’s annual leadership ...Read More »
The Rock Hill Economic Development Corp. has received a second $250,000 grant from the South Carolina Department of Commerce to support the Knowledge Park Innovation Center. The RHEDC, a nonprofit organization that helps further economic growth and development in Rock ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Beacon Partners recently purchased two industrial buildings totaling 172,800 square feet of space in southwest Charlotte. “Beacon is excited about these acquisitions along Westinghouse Boulevard as they complement our existing industrial portfolio,” said Tim Robertson, Beacon’s director of industrial ...
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Duncan-Parnell Inc., a local supplier of hardware and software to the construction industry, has begun its first venture into building a house for Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte. The project, begun on Feb. 6, has so far included framing and ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Vice President Joe Biden is visiting Charlotte to help promote the administration’s almost $500 billion spending bill to fix the nation’s aging infrastructure. Biden will be joined Thursday by U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, the city’s former mayor. ...Read More »
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Plans for a major redevelopment in Charleston’s historic district will be discussed another day after hundreds of people, many of them opposed to the project, jammed a meeting room causing the session to be postponed. Media outlets ...
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PHILADELPHIA — A Charlotte executive with a German construction company has been arrested after investigators say they found child pornography on his laptop computer during a security stop at Philadelphia International Airport. Ivan Teobaldo Zubiaga was charged Saturday with 25 ...Read More »
MYRTLE BEACH — City officials in Myrtle Beach are considering demolishing some blighted property in the southern part of downtown to clear the way for economic redevelopment. The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reported (http://bit.ly/1BlAni6) the city hopes to secure ...Read More »
Crowder Construction Co. and state Rep. Dean Arp of Union County recently received the Carolinas Associated General Contractors’ 2014 Pinnacle Awards. Crowder Construction received the “Best Highway-Heavy Project,” which involved the rebuilding of a 100-year-old Battery seawall in Charleston, South ...Read More »
The annual Southern Spring Home & Garden Show has been expanded to two consecutive weekends, Feb. 20-22 and Feb. 27–March 1. Held at The Park Expo & Conference Center, the event showcases lawn, garden and home-improvement equipment as well as ...Read More »