CHARLOTTE – Spectrum Properties, a locally based developer, is getting set to start work on an apartment project called The Mint, a 177-unit community bound by Trade, Graham and Fourth streets, across Fourth from BB&T Ballpark. Jason Fish, Spectrum’s director ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – In the latest round of city rezoning requests, the majority of petitioners aren’t actually asking for a rezoning, just site plan amendments that would allow the developers to change the layout or configuration of land that was previously ...
Tagged with: Abigail Jennings Ballantyne Charlotte city council Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department Edgeline Residential LLC Pioneer Springs Community School Stonehunt LLC Tammie Keplinger Toringdon Trinity Capital AdvisorsRead More »
Sheila J. Hudson, a Concord Realtor and broker, has had her license revoked after being caught rifling through medications at a property she was visiting, according to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Hudson was one of two Charlotte-area Realtors ...
Tagged with: Asset Property Management Charlene Moody Concord Janet Thoren John Hruska license suspension N.C. Secretary of State Department North Carolina Real Estate Commission Realtor Ryan Cieslak Sheila J. Hudson Sky Mikesell Southern MEtro Real EstateRead More »
CHARLOTTE – Many people left Tuesday’s City Council meeting carrying with them heavy adjectives. Some were disappointed, others were shocked and a few were incensed. The majority of those people were from south Charlotte, and their emotions were brought on ...
Tagged with: affordable housing Brightwalk Bryman Suttle Charlotte city council Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership Claire Green Fallon ed driggs John Autry Julie Porter Kenny Smith Weddington Road workforce housingRead More »
CHARLOTTE – The EpiCentre, Uptown’s 305,147-square-foot nightlife hub, is listed for sale by the Dallas office of HFF Inc., a national commercial real estate firm. The EpiCentre sits on the 3.17-acre city block bound by College, Fourth and Trade streets ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Tuesday approved by a 9-2 vote a controversial south Charlotte rezoning that will allow the construction of workforce housing in a neighborhood that largely opposed the proposal. Mayor Patrick Cannon provided the ninth — ...Read More »
About 50 people attended a drop-in session Jan. 14 to learn more about the Prosperity Hucks redevelopment plan. Members of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department were on hand at the meeting at CrossWay Community Church to answer questions about changes made ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – It was the best of times; it was the best of times. In the midst of a period of prosperity, the Charlotte apartment market is nowhere near the worst of times, with an ever-increasing supply of units coming ...Read More »
A Charlotte broker-in-charge may face a two-year license suspension beginning in March if he does not complete two courses in real estate license law and commission rules, as well as an ethics course, according to a consent order issued by ...Read More »