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 »
Commercial Real Estate
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 »
CORNELIUS – With plans newly filed by B.V. Belk Properties for a 23-acre commercial and multifamily project with 360 apartments at West Catawba Avenue and Nantz Road, that corner in west Cornelius has suddenly become a hot one for potential ...
Tagged with: Attorney Susan K. Irvin B.V. Belk Properties Cornelius Board of Commissioners Courtyards at Nantz Epcon Communities Magnolia Estates Magnolia Village Center N.C. Department of Transportation Planning Board Planning Director Wayne HerronRead More »
The site of a bloody and controversial 1929 labor strike in Gaston County is set to start a second life, as developers revitalize an abandoned mill in west Gastonia. Built in 1900, the Loray Mill was billed as the South’s ...
Tagged with: Berkadia Billy Hughes Ed Munn Federal Housing Administration Gastonia Historic Preservation Partners Jack Kiser labor strike Loray Mill Loray Mill Historic District Myrick Howard National Register Preservation North Carolina rehabilitation renovation Ted AllenRead More »
A murky, internecine lawsuit over $1.2 billion involving two formerly synonymous giants of economic development in Charlotte has ended in what appears to be an equally shadowy draw. But the documents filed Tuesday in a Texas court dismissing a 2010 ...Read More »
It seems like just weeks ago we were putting out our ’13 to watch in 2013’ series, previewing the area’s development for this outgoing year. But, alas, 2013 has come and gone, and 2014 is knocking on the door. But ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Queen City won’t remember 2013 as a year in which commercial development ran riot, as little was built in the large-scale office and industrial markets. But several notable properties changed hands and leasing companies often were able ...Read More »