Developers are continuing to focus on high-density, mixed-use projects in Charlotte, according to a host of rezoning petitions filed recently with the city. They all are scheduled for a public hearing before the City Council on Nov. 15. They include ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — U.S. home construction plunged in August, led by steep decline in the volatile apartment category. But single-family house construction, a larger and more stable portion of the market, fell only modestly. Construction fell 14.4 percent in August to ...
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The developer of a proposed 60-acre revitalization project along South Boulevard in the Sedgefield community has requested that the city’s Zoning Committee delay its consideration of the plan from its Sept. 24 meeting to Oct. 29. The request was filed ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – After debating the rising cost of the proposed CityLYNX Gold Line Phase 2, or streetcar project, Charlotte City Council members on Monday approved spending additional money on its development, for a revised cost of $150 million. The council ...Read More »
The city of Charlotte is embarking on another study of the former Eastland Mall site to determine what – if anything – can “realistically” be developed on the 80 acres the city bought in 2012 for $13.2 million. However, City ...Read More »
Chris Mobley knows a lot about toilets. The 35-year-old sales executive at Wisconsin-based Kohler Co. recently found himself sharing his skills inside the company’s 45-foot long retrofitted “Trust the Flush” tour bus in Charlotte. Onlookers viewed the intricate workings of ...
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CHARLOTTE -The Charlotte Housing Authority has received funding and tax credits that will allow it to build 92 one-bedroom units. The authority, through its affiliate Horizon Development Properties, has been given $8.8 million in federal tax credits from the U.S. ...Read More »