The less-populated areas of Charlotte are becoming less so. Blame it on a federal loan program that is gaining in popularity and turning homebuyers on to parts of the Charlotte area they might not otherwise have considered moving to. As ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
Eligible bidders for two historic NoDa Mills have until March 24 to come up with at least $1.24 million to stay in the running. The bidding war is now in round four since Merrifield Patrick Vermillion submitted an upset bid of ...Read More »
When David Furman started looking in 2001 for a site for McCreesh Place, he discovered that no other single room occupancy developments existed in Charlotte. Furman, owner of Charlotte-based David Furman Architecture, would go on to spearheaded Charlotte’s first and ...
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The town of Matthews today said it is launching a program to help businesses in its Downtown Overlay District spruce up their facades. The funding can be used for canvas-style awnings; paint removal from brick surfaces; cornice and mortar repairs; masonry ...Read More »
Charlotte-area home prices fell 4.2 percent in March from February 2010, more than the 3.8 percent U.S. decline, according to a report released today by Truckee, Calif.-based Clear Capital. But for the four months that ended in February, Charlotte-area home ...
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Construction began this morning on a $31 million, five-story, 171,285-square-foot addition to Carolinas HealthCare System’s Morehead Medical Plaza II building, which will house the headquarters of the Levine Cancer Institute. The addition will go atop the one-story building at 1021 Morehead Medical Drive in Charlotte, ...Read More »
Now in round three, the bidding war for two historic NoDa mills will go into round four if companies file upset bids Monday to redevelop the properties. The Community Builders Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based affordable-housing developer, put in a $1.02 ...Read More »