CHARLOTTE – Would a bar by any other name be as noisy or, stay open as late? That is the question for the Charlotte City Council, which on Monday held a public hearing on rewriting the municipal zoning ordinance’s 1981 ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — The days of being able to be “stupid” and still make money by buying troubled commercial properties and turning them around may be over, according to George Dewey IV and other commercial developers, but job growth and a ...Read More »
Two Charlotte real estate professionals recently voluntarily surrendered their licenses to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. In cases of voluntary surrender, the commission does not hold a formal hearing or require a respondent to answer charges brought to its ...
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CHARLOTTE – Reacting to concerns from people who live near Dilworth, the Charlotte planning staff has proposed amending the pedestrian overlay district zoning that governs development in that area to include improved design aesthetics and more required parking. On Monday, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Communication, and the lack thereof, was again on Tuesday the subject of a meeting between construction and development industry representatives and the Mecklenburg County agency that polices them. This week’s forum was the monthly meeting at the Hal ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Marsh Properties has filed a rezoning request with the city that would allow a $190 million redevelopment project at the Sedgefield Shopping Center and the surrounding area, according to a release from the company. Marsh is asking to ...Read More »