For Matthews Gateway, the name says it all. Situated in the town of Matthews on Trade Street, between Matthews Township Parkway and John Street, the mixed-use shopping center, as Chris Orr put it, is a “gateway into Matthews.”Read More »
Week after week, developers announce new apartment projects in Charlotte. Like the 342 units in NoDa, or the 321 units in southwest Charlotte, or the 270 units in South End that have started, or will start, this year. In Charlotte, it is a rare week that passes without the revelation of a new multifamily project. And the numbers justify that trend, for now.
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One the nation’s premier homebuilders was being humiliated by the Charlotte City Council; worse, PulteGroup was on the verge of losing a rare and potentially lucrative opportunity. But Pulte bounced back this week from January’s nasty public scolding to win a unanimous City Council endorsement of a rezoning case that would allow development and building on a patch of scarce land in booming and nearly built-out south Charlotte.
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After pushing Innovation Park from somnolent to successful in three years, BECO South appears to be pushing against an unpromising trend in the University City area.Read More »
A bill that would make finding relief easier for developers, builders and even private residents upset with certain categories of zoning decisions is speeding, thus far unimpeded, through the North Carolina General Assembly.Read More »