"I had to fight for two months with the zoning people before they would even let me open my doors," Hogan said. "And, even then, I'm still not allowed to distribute."
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"The market is changing with different options for these retailers, and I'm afraid it might be difficult to fill some of this space," said Mary Hopper, executive director of University City Partners.Read More »
About eight to 12 months ago, New York-based Mascia Development shifted its focus more toward buying commercial real estate instead of building it.Read More »
(Part four of a 13-part series) “I’m not opposed to more residential development, but it’s important to ask what kind of residential,” said David Gilroy, one of the town's most outspoken commissioners.Read More »
“You’re a big company, and you don’t have your act together,” Dulin preached. “If I were going to vote tonight, I would vote ‘no.' I’ve wasted a half-hour not knowing what we’re talking about.”Read More »
When Brenda Hayden first set her eyes on the foreclosed and defunct 22-unit apartment complex that Builders of Hope was considering transforming into an affordable-housing development in west Charlotte, one word came to mind: uninhabitable. Despite the squalor -- three people were squatting in the three blighted buildings on Rowan Street -- BOH bought the property in 2009 with a neighborhood stabilization grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, said Hayden, Charlotte-area director of BOH, which is based in Raleigh.Read More »
(Part three of a 13-part series) “What you’ve got out there is a lack of new construction,” said David Dorsch, a Charlotte-based senior vice president for Cassidy Turley, a property management and leasing company.Read More »