Charlotte City Councilman Andy Dulin loves to be on the cutting edge in the Queen City. To demonstrate his connection with the people and the trends in the area he took a tour of the Occupy Charlotte protest site set up in Uptown just before the New Year.Read More »
On Tuesday, Dec. 20, the Meck Times decided to attend the monthly meeting of the Mecklenburg County Building Development Commission. It wasn’t a first, for us.
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If you frequent the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department, you probably have noticed a neon sign in a conference room just off the lobby of the Eighth Floor offices. But do you know the history of the Innovation Station?Read More »
This week, the National Association of Realtors was scheduled to release revised home sales data for the past five or so years. The association shocked lots of people when, this month, it announced that data going back to 2007 had overstated sales.
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A parking lot in Montana won’t be the home of a Charlotte-based company’s hotel after all. Catellus Group began planning for a hotel in Bozeman, Mont., in early April, but a Dec. 13 report in the Bozeman Chronicle says the company is no longer interested in the 71-space parking lot at 106 E. Mendenhall St.
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Officials in Walhalla, S.C., are trying to figure out what to do with the old Oconee County Courthouse. The County Council is considering tearing it down, but that would cost about $500,000. The building has been around for about 60 ...Read More »
Housing prices aren’t evaporating everywhere. The average pied-a-terre in bustling Delhi, India, will now cost you 22 percent more than it did a year ago. That’s according to the just-released third quarter stats from U.K.-based Global Property Guide, which tracks ...Read More »