The city of Charlotte has received an upset bid of $13.32 million for an uptown parcel of land that had been slated for sale to Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Development. The Charlotte City Council approved that deal, valued at $12.2 million, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — An expanded YMCA, an 850 unit apartment and housing development, condominiums, an apartment redevelopment and storage units are all on the rezoning agenda for city officials. The City Council and its staff will review the recent new rezoning ...
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Fees slated to take a hike: City counting on increased development service charges to fight budget deficit
CHARLOTTE – Increases in regulatory service fees that could bring in an additional $1.4 million to help offset about $21.7 million in revenue losses were presented last week to the City Council, which is expected to vote on its budget ...
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CHARLOTTE – A vision for the revitalization of the North Tryon Street corridor is beginning to take shape: a dense, walkable mixed-use urban neighborhood. The revitalization is being led by Charlotte Center City Partners, whose board of directors gathered in ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Crescent Communities has filed a rezoning petition with the city to build a mixed-use development on 72 vacant acres south of Interstate 485, a move that would bring even more housing and retail to a stretch of Providence Road ...Read More »
Revisions to the way the government acquires property for highway construction or other projects, changes in the way property insurance rates are reviewed, the reinstatement of tax credits for the rehabilitation of historic buildings, and changes in the way local ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Foundation for the Carolinas has asked the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners to contribute $3.7 toward the restoration of the Carolina Theatre as part of a larger plan to revitalize the North Tryon Street corridor. Michael Marsicano, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — The City Council and its staff will review several new rezoning requests over the coming months, with public hearings scheduled for June 15 on each proposal. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department will make recommendations before the City Council votes ...
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CHARLOTTE — The City Council approved several rezoning petitions Monday, giving a nod to a 194-acre Lincoln Harris mixed-use project and a townhome development by David Weekley Homes, both in south Charlotte. The council also deferred several decisions until next ...
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