Bryan Mermans wasn’t the only architect to draw on a farm theme for their Charlotte home design. But his was probably the least literal. Mermans’ submission, titled “Our Vernacular,” begins with a barn set against barren trees, and the question: ...Read More »
Editor’s Note: The Mecklenburg Times, in partnership with the American Institute of Architects Charlotte section, asked area architects to create a suburban home that represents Charlotte, drawing on history, culture, natural resources and climate. It was to have a construction ...
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On April 11, a historic landmark known as the George E. Davis House reopens its doors as the administrative center of the Foster Village Network and Guardian Scholars, a program designed to create educational opportunities for young people as they ...
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It was supposed to be an 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. promotional event to raise awareness of Habitat for Humanity International, as well as Charlotte’s chapter of the nonprofit affordable homebuilder and the Habitat volunteers employed by Lowe’s Home Improvement stores. But ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Well, that’s a wrap. Less than six months after starting exclusive negotiations with Studio Charlotte Development to redevelop Eastland Mall, the city has decided to go in a different direction before the film-studio idea got past preproduction. The ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Six months later, the word “interim” comes off Shad Spencer’s title. Spencer, 41, and a familiar face to those who have regular dealings with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department, has officially had this convoluted title added to his name: ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Charlotte uber-developer Peter B. Pappas of Crosland Southeast was feeling so confident after his performance at a Charlotte City Council public hearing Monday night that he revealed the construction schedule of the $200 million, 90-acre Waverly development for ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Apartments near Ballantyne, office buildings in SouthPark and a hotel on the border of Dilworth and South End were all approved by City Council in Monday’s zoning meeting. South Charlotte was well represented at the meeting, as the ...Read More »