Although the Charlotte area was rocked by tremors from Tuesday afternoon’s earthquake, appraisers and real estate agents didn’t expect the event to have much effect on the local housing market. Still, some appraisers said it could impact deals that were ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Crescent Resources has named Scott Dozier vice president of its residential division. The real estate development company said Dozier will oversee the company’s projects in the Atlanta region, such as The River Club, a residential community. Dozier was previously ...
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The Charlotte City Council has approved the rezoning of 1.66 acres at 7841 Idlewild Road. New Hope Baptist Church sought the zoning change from residential (R-4) to institutional. The church wants to convert a 1,350-square-foot mission house into a free ...Read More »
The city of Charlotte’s Zoning Board of Adjustments will hear variance requests from two city businesses being labeled nightclubs during an Aug. 30 meeting. Lava Lounge, 4501 E. Independence Blvd., is seeking to bypass a requirement that it be located ...Read More »
Construction could begin in October on a $500,000 solar panel installation at the Cabarrus Avenue West parking deck if the Concord City Council gives approval. That’s according to Erik Lensch, president of Charlotte-based Argand Energy Solutions. Lensch said private investor ...
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Age: 48 Lives in: uptown Charlotte Family: single; no children Education: bachelor’s degree in distribution management, Belmont Abbey College Doug Ehmann’s got big dreams. The president of Charlotte-based DPE Investments plans to open Research Commerce Park, a 32-acre mixed-use project ...Read More »
In the past year since Charlotte’s rental ordinance took effect, 643 properties have surpassed the city’s threshold for crime. That means, in theory, that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officials should have met with the owners of 643 properties, of which 553 ...Read More »
When Russell Fox signed a contract with Dallas-based U.S. Innovations to allow the roofing recycling company to store old shingles on his land in Gaston County, he didn’t know it would lead to him having to clean up thousands of ...Read More »