CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Tuesday approved by a 9-2 vote a controversial south Charlotte rezoning that will allow the construction of workforce housing in a neighborhood that largely opposed the proposal. Mayor Patrick Cannon provided the ninth — ...Read More »
The construction industry lost 16,000 jobs nationwide in December and the unemployment rate was 11.4 percent, according to a jobs report from the Associated General Contractors of America. Construction jobs in December totaled 5.8 million across the U.S., the AGC ...
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Like nails out of its own coffin, the Charlotte region’s residential construction industry pulled nearly 9,500 building permits in 2013, rising from the ashes like a phoenix with a tool belt and hammering out its best year since the housing ...
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About 50 people attended a drop-in session Jan. 14 to learn more about the Prosperity Hucks redevelopment plan. Members of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department were on hand at the meeting at CrossWay Community Church to answer questions about changes made ...
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CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte City Council on Monday night approved spending $3.6 million from the city’s community investment plan budget for a 6.84-acre site near Bojangles Coliseum that would be a slice of a larger amateur sports complex planned for ...Read More »
CORNELIUS – With plans newly filed by B.V. Belk Properties for a 23-acre commercial and multifamily project with 360 apartments at West Catawba Avenue and Nantz Road, that corner in west Cornelius has suddenly become a hot one for potential ...Read More »
The site of a bloody and controversial 1929 labor strike in Gaston County is set to start a second life, as developers revitalize an abandoned mill in west Gastonia. Built in 1900, the Loray Mill was billed as the South’s ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has been busy over this holiday season, issuing three disciplinary actions. Greenpoint of the Carolinas, a property management and general brokerage services firm on Pineville-Matthews Road in Charlotte, was stripped of its license and ...Read More »
RALEIGH – Willful and wanton negligence will be considered in an N.C. Supreme Court appeal that could affect the pocketbooks of homebuilders, construction product manufacturers and homebuyers – and the warranties that bind them. When lawyers in Christie v. Hartley ...Read More »