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 »
Commercial Real Estate
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. ...
Tagged with: Davidson Town Hall developmentRead More »
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 »
CHARLOTTE – A public-private partnership was the key to making the Riverwalk development in Rock Hill happen, a developer of the project told the Commercial Real Estate Women’s Charlotte chapter at a luncheon Tuesday. David Williams, managing director of The ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A vision for the revitalization of the North Tryon Street corridor is beginning to take shape: a dense, walkable mixed-use urban neighborhood. The revitalization is being led by Charlotte Center City Partners, whose board of directors gathered in ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Crescent Communities has filed a rezoning petition with the city to build a mixed-use development on 72 vacant acres south of Interstate 485, a move that would bring even more housing and retail to a stretch of Providence Road ...
Tagged with: Crescent Communities Providence Road rezoningRead More »
Some 45 attendees gathered at the Charlotte City Club on Tuesday morning for an update on the latest trends in real estate at an annual breakfast held by the local chapter of The Risk Management Association. Featured speakers were Jay Colvin ...Read More »
Making tracks: Developers look northeast and northwest as plans progress for streetcar, Blue Line extensions
Development along the Lynx Blue Line extension is ramping up in anticipation of it coming online, and the second phase of the Gold Line streetcar is likely to receive federal funding this year on top of being picked to be ...Read More »