A key plot point in the 1981 neo-noir classic “Body Heat” is the revelation that a wealthy man’s will was drawn up in such a way that it violated the rule against perpetuities. The byzantine rule has long tripped up ...Read More »
Commercial Real Estate
CHARLOTTE – A panel of real estate specialists said Monday that Charlotte can expect to see recent job, population and economic growth continue, especially if the banking industry starts generating more jobs. “If banking gets going, Charlotte could be looking ...
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Nominate today! Deadline for nominations is Friday! CHARLOTTE, N.C. (January 27, 2015) – The Mecklenburg Times today announced it is seeking nominations for the 7th Annual 50 Most Influential Women Awards and making it easier than ever to submit with ...
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As the concrete and steel of Davidson College’s New Academic Building (NAB) rise slowly to fill a 15-foot-deep hole behind Martin Science Building, the enormous structure is already nearly complete in cyberspace. A collaboration of its construction partners is employing ...
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CHARLOTTE – Apartments are dominating commercial construction in Charlotte, and are expected to continue to do so in the near future. And while industry professionals have wrapped their heads around why people want to live in apartments, the high-concentration of ...Read More »
A representative from GoodSports Enterprises, which is seeking taxpayer funds to develop a sports complex near Bojangles’ Coliseum, declined to name the source of the company’s financing for the proposed $76.7 million venture at a meeting with city officials Wednesday. ...Read More »
While Charlotte’s uptown area will continue to develop and benefit from an improving economy, the region’s suburbs are next in line to attract development, according to Kimley-Horn economist Frank Warren, who spoke Tuesday at the year’s first luncheon of the ...Read More »
Commercial outlook 2015: Population and job growth expected to support apartments, offices, industrial space
While the rapid growth of apartments in the Charlotte region has some industry professionals concerned that vacancy rates could rise in the near future, they believe job growth and projected population growth will fill the supply in the long run. ...
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The final segment of the Interstate 485 Outer Loop, which will be completed this spring, will be named after Allen Tate Jr., founder and CEO of Charlotte-based real estate company Allen Tate Co. The N.C. Board of Transportation made the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Charlotte-based developer Grubb Properties and New York Life Real Estate Investors have purchased a 19-story office building at 525 N. Tryon St. in uptown, near the two SkyHouse Uptown apartment towers that are being developed by Grubb Properties ...Read More »