There wasn’t much of a shakeup on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s executive board today after the commissioners decided to keep Stephen Rosenburgh and Yolanda Johnson as chairman and vice chairwoman, respectively. No other commissioners were nominated for the posts during ...Read More »
Cincinnati-based Messer Construction Co. has opened regional headquarters in south Charlotte at 4201 Stuart Andrew Blvd. The facility, in the Charlotte Commerce Center, opens today with two employees. Messer said it plans to hire 30 to 50 employees over the next three to five years. ...
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Mecklenburg County’s 2011 property tax revaluation could result in the county raking in an extra $70 million in revenue for its fiscal 2012 budget. For some county commissioners, the money is already burning a hole in their pockets, and they’ve ...Read More »
Two real estate-related bills that could have major implications in North Carolina have not yet made their way out of the General Assembly. House Bill 845, considered by many to be the most sweeping annexation bill introduced this session, would ...Read More »
The Charlotte Knights have slain the lawsuit dragon delaying their new stadium in uptown. Now, the Triple-A ball club must convince some skeptical Mecklenburg County commissioners that the project is still a good use of the land. In their pitch, ...Read More »
Charlotte home prices fell 6.8 percent in March from March 2010, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Home Price Index. The city’s home prices were down 2.4 percent in March from February. Home prices fell over the year in 19 ...
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Charlotte’s South End has an artsy — some might even say funky — vibe, with its easy access to light rail and historic buildings. The businesses the area is known for are, generally speaking, small outfits that feel at home ...Read More »