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Insite Properties expands (access required)

Insite Properties, a Charlotte-based commercial real estate firm, has expanded its management services to include commercial property owner associations as well as facility management.  Through a partial acquisition of Home Management LLC, Insite Properties LLC added nearly 600 acres in ...

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FMI warns of shortage in construction labor (access required)

FMI Corp. is warning that a craft labor shortage may slow construction. The Raleigh-based company, which provides management consulting services to the construction industry, says there are two contributing factors to the shortage of labor. They are the shift of ...

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Forecast for 2015: Strong growth in NC (access required)

Economic growth in Charlotte is forecast to remain strong this year, according to Wells Fargo Securities’ North Carolina Economic Outlook: February 2015. Strong population growth and broad-based employment gains should support incomes. This will drive further improvement in residential and ...

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Charlotte developers meet with US lawmakers (access required)

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 ...

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Grant awarded for Knowledge Park (access required)

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 ...

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Beacon Partners buys two industrial buildings (access required)

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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