The Charlotte City Council’s frustration with the social and political issue that the city says is already impacting Charlotte’s economy was on display Monday, when discussions on a controversial ordinance bounced on and off the council’s meeting agenda before erupting ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership and community leaders on Tuesday celebrated the U.S. Green Building Council’s honoring of the Brightwalk at Historic Double Oaks mixed-income community north of uptown. The council awarded Brightwalk a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Neighborhood ...
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Mecklenburg County will continue evaluating three proposals to transform 17 acres in Second Ward, after a meeting during which county commissioners expressed disagreement over what should be built in the area that once was home to the African-American neighborhood of ...Read More »
The age and experience levels of Realtors is decreasing, resulting in a drop in median incomes industry wide. Those are part of the findings of the 2016 National Association of Realtors Member Profile, which discovered that association members’ median age ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council on Monday rejected a Florida firm’s plan to build a 100,000-square-foot climate-controlled storage facility on vacant land in Steele Creek, agreeing with city planners who said the proposed facility was inconsistent with area plans and out ...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The middle class is hollowing out in metros across America, including the Charlotte region. A widening wealth gap is moving more households into either higher- or lower-income groups in major cities, with fewer remaining in the middle, ...Read More »