Charlotte-based Forsite Development said Tuesday that it has closed on 304 of the 667 acres that ReVenture Park is slated to encompass. The company, which is developing the eco-industrial park project, made the announcement Tuesday. Also Tuesday, Tom McKittrick, Forsite’s ...Read More »
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Saying the review process for the ReVenture park energy plant “has been compromised by local political and financial interests,” the Mecklenburg County Waste Management Advisory Board wants an internationally known waste-management firm to study the proposed project. On Tuesday, the ...Read More »
Hampton Inn and Suites said it will open a hotel in Huntersville. The hotel will have 125 rooms, making it the second-largest hotel in Huntersville, Davidson and Cornelius and the largest in Huntersville, the hotel said in a press release. ...Read More »
Charlotte-based LendingTree said it has launched a second-generation loan marketplace, LoanExplorer. LoanExplorer is an all-in-one mortgage pricing solution designed specifically for consumers, lenders and publishers, the company said. With LoanExplorer, consumers can access a “real-time, informative mortgage shopping experience” by anonymously comparing loan product ...Read More »
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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