RALEIGH — The Pentagon is pairing with Duke Energy to build an 80-acre solar farm at Camp Lejeune, a sprawling U.S. Marine Corps base along the North Carolina coast. Duke announced Thursday it will own and operate the 13-megawatt facility, which the company ...Read More »
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce President Bob Morgan spoke at the American Institute of Architects membership luncheon on Tuesday. In his presentation, “Keeping it Local: Current State of Charlotte Economy,” Morgan said that local efforts, transportation infrastructure, educational institutions and business ...
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Mecklenburg County’s Code Enforcement is working to speed up its permitting and inspection procedures. The county is scheduled to update its inspection software this month, and will automatically send an email to customers when an inspector identifies work that will ...Read More »
Online commercial real estate listing provider RealMassive has launched software for the Charlotte, Greensboro/Winston-Salem and Raleigh-Durham marketplaces for those looking to buy, sell or lease property. RealMassive is similar to LoopNet and CoStar, providing potential tenants and landlords information about ...Read More »
The city of Charlotte is asking community members to provide input on its nationwide search to find a new planning director. The input is being collected through an online survey that asks questions such as, “What are the most important ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Mint Museum has announced speakers for its 2015 Contemporary Architecture + Design lecture series, now entering its fourth year. The series, aimed at exploring innovative perspectives and insightful stories on architecture and design, brings four speaker events ...Read More »
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The federal government last week reauthorized for the next six years the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, which allows the government to pay for most losses above $200 million that are suffered by commercial businesses as a result ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — There is enough room for another lane on a busy section of Interstate 485 in south Charlotte, but the North Carolina Department of Transportation has no plans to put traffic on it for at least five years. The recent $82 million ...
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