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Development leaders discuss city’s future (access required)

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Some 150 people from the Charlotte-area business community attended The Mecklenburg Times’ “Future Charlotte – Building a Vision” inaugural breakfast forum at Byron’s South End on Wednesday morning. The event, sponsored by CREW Charlotte, featured a panel of community leaders ...

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A longer path to Knowledge Park (access required)

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Rock Hill’s long-term development project aimed at revitalizing the city’s ‘Bleachery’ textile site has experienced some setbacks since the director of design at Sora Development, Tim Elliot, left the project in June. The Bleachery is at the center of the ...

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Council denies zoning change for Pulte (access required)

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Of the 12 zoning petitions voted on by the Charlotte City Council at its meeting Sept. 15, all were approved with the exception of one. The City Council denied the rezoning for an urban residential plan by Pulte Home Corp. ...

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Rezoning Roundup: Zoning changes sought for historic estate, Quail Hollow development (access required)

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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 ...

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