CHARLOTTE — The city hopes to turn the former Eastland Mall site into a transit-oriented, mixed-use hub that will suite both public and private interests. A concept for the site, which was presented to the city’s Economic Development and Global ...Read More »
The North Carolina Department of Transportation closed on a controversial public-private partnership with Spanish developer Cintra this week, surprising many attendees at Wednesday evening’s meeting of the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization. Opponents of the agreement to build toll lanes ...Read More »
Editor’s note: The original post of this story incorrectly stated that no new development would be permitted under the proposed moratorium on rezoning applications. LANCASTER, S.C. – The Planning Commission recommended Tuesday that the County Council approve a nine-month moratorium ...Read More »
Charlotte City Council approved several rezoning requests Monday night, including petitions allowing the construction of single-family and multifamily developments in north and south Charlotte. The council also denied a request to build a convenience store and gas station in east ...Read More »
DAVIDSON – The town is considering options for the redevelopment of 3.5 acres on which Town Hall sits, including encouraging the development of commercial space. The development, called the Catalyst Project, is on the west side of South Main Street. ...
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The number of home sales in February that were paid for with cash in the Charlotte area fell 0.4 percentage points from February 2014, according to real estate information and analytics provider CoreLogic. Cash sales in the area accounted for ...
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Despite a slow start this year in office-leasing activity, landlords are still asking for higher rents and offering fewer concessions than a year ago. The region’s reinvigorated job market will lure corporate relocations and boost tepid tenant demand, says a ...Read More »
About a dozen people attended a second public information meeting on a proposal for what would be the village of Marvin’s first commercial development, on the southeast corner of Providence and New Town roads. Regency Centers, which developed Phillips Place ...Read More »
Residential loan originations on single-family homes and condos in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area grew 19 percent to 14,225 in the first quarter from 12,000 a year ago, according to recent data from RealtyTrac. The refinancing of home loans grew 23 percent ...
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