In 2012, Harris Teeter is providing some good news for local construction crews. This year it will remodel five of its stores in the Queen City, plus tear down a store to replace it with a larger one.
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Despite saying Tuesday that the county’s Land Use and Environmental Services Agency would be able to use an online version of the 2012 North Carolina residential building code to review permit applications that are submitted after today, LUESA now says ...Read More »
The first time she and her husband toured it, Sharon George wasn't impressed with the house off Providence Road. It only took a few minutes for the unkempt home to turn her off. George said, “This is a shame, because this house really has potential.'” For George, who is no different than many homebuyers who encounter turnoffs when looking for a new home, there is more to house-hunting than just location.Read More »
In October of 2010, Marcyne Touchton’s phone stopped ringing. “I didn’t know what was going on,” said Touchton, founder of Charlotte-based home-staging company Domaine Staging. What was going on was the Great Recession; Domaine was feeling the effects of the plummeting real estate market.
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In one slice of Pineville, it’s the best of the best of times and the worst of times. At Carolina Village, the sound of home construction echoes through streets lined with houses either occupied or in one stage or another of construction. Across the street and only half a mile away, the air is quiet and the lots are empty at Parkway Crossing.Read More »
In a setback for some in Charlotte’s multifamily industry, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has stayed a Superior Court judge’s decision that would have required the city to reimburse all trash-collection companies for fees incurred at the Charlotte Motor ...Read More »