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 »
CHARLOTTE – In the latest crop of rezoning requests submitted to the city, petitioners appear heavily focused on commercial development. The proposals include rezoning land to accommodate the expansion of one of Charlotte’s most well-known companies, along with retail, office ...
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Mattamy Homes might be the first but is definitely not the only developer interested in working under Lancaster County, S.C.’s new clustered-lot single-family residential zoning overlay in the county’s panhandle. Three other developers-homebuilders have projects that will come up soon ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – Developer Mel Graham wants to build nearly 100 densely arranged town homes on 16.4 acres near central Matthews that would be marketed to empty nesters but would not be age-restricted. The development, according to a rezoning application recently ...Read More »
LANCASTER., S.C. – The land known as TreeTops undulates away from the two-lane blacktop. Wikoff Pond shimmers under the forest’s canopy and Twelvemile Creek meanders through wetlands teeming with life. And the land, on Van Wyck Road in Lancaster County’s ...Read More »
LANCASTER, S.C. – Despite passionate arguments from opponents and applause from their supporters, the Lancaster County Council on Monday gave its initial approval to a rezoning for a new development by Mattamy Homes. The rezoning petition, which calls for about ...Read More »
In the last 10 years, the number of Mecklenburg County families struggling to find a decent, safe and affordable place to call home has doubled while the number of such units available to house them has barely budged. A new ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The $300 million plan to bring a movie studio complex to Eastland Mall, two years in the making, is hanging on by the tiniest string of the thinnest thread after last week’s meeting of the City Council Economic ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The city’s Economic Development and Global Competitiveness Committee will meet Thursday to hear an updated presentation from Studio Charlotte Development on the company’s plans for the former Eastland Mall site. On Oct. 1, the city entered into a ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – One of Habitat for Humanity International’s biggest chapters is losing its president after only two years. Frank Spencer, a retired banker, commercial real estate broker and investor, was named president of Charlotte Habitat in 2012. Under Spencer’s leadership, ...
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