Affinia Group Inc., a global provider of design, manufacture and marketing of industrial grade products including automotive and heavy-duty vehicle aftermarket, is relocating its headquarters from Ann Arbor, Mich., to Gastonia.Read More »
The nonprofit Rebuilding Together of Greater Charlotte will rally 40 volunteers Saturday to perform maintenance work on 18 low-income homes in this historically black neighborhood in northwest Charlotte.Read More »
Free Range Brewery has found a home. The microbrewery has signed a lease for a 5,400-square-foot warehouse site at 2320 North Davidson St. in NoDa across the street from NoDa Brewing and Birdsong Brewing. Free Range will be the fourth brewery to set up shop in NoDa.Read More »
Mecklenburg Mill is getting closer to its multifamily rebirth, as Mecklenburg County has begun issuing building permits to Boston-based, nonprofit The Community Builders for work at the mill in NoDa.Read More »
Anyone looking to eliminate a paper trail can do so this weekend in the Queen City, as the Better Business Bureau is shredding documents on Oct. 19 at two locations in the city. Or, rather, the BBB is shredding documents for individuals and small businesses to reduce the risk of stolen identities.Read More »
Nine construction firms based in the region made the cut among the top 100 privately held companies in the state, according to Chicago-based law firm Grant Thornton.
Tagged with: Blythe Development Co. Crowder Cnstruction Co. Eastwood Homes Edifie Inc. Grant THornton Hickory Construction Co. McGee Brothers Myers & Chapman Inc. Rodgers Builders Samet Corp. top 100 privately held companies in north carolinaRead More »
Crescent Communities, the Charlotte-based commercial developer, has been issued almost $14 million in building permits to get started on Crescent Dilworth, its $58 million mixed-use apartment project at the intersection of Morehead Street and Harding Place.Read More »