Lennar Corp. said it has hired a home consultant to grow its Charlotte division. The Miami-based company said Maria Degenhart will offer assistance to potential homebuyers. In a press release, Lennar said it “continues to add new communities and homes in ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
When David Walters looks at Charlotte’s growth, he sees haphazardness everywhere. A resident of Charlotte since 1990, the professor of architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte said he has watched the city take shape with little rhyme ...Read More »
Claire Fallon, a member of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission, today said she will run for an at-large seat on the Charlotte City Council. Fallon, of 8879 Legacy Lake Lane, sits on the commission’s zoning committee. According to University City Partners’ website, ...
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Crescent Resources said it has tapped Brian Natwick to lead its multifamily division. Natwick will oversee the Charlotte-based real estate development company’s multifamily operations in the Southeast and Texas, including new projects such as The Residence at Cameron Village in Raleigh, ...
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June brought a decline in active listings of distressed, or lender-mediated, homes. The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association said today that such listings have fallen to around June 2009 levels. The share of new distressed-property listings decreased from 23.1 percent in ...
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Qualifying for a loan in today’s economic environment is a daunting task for many. For the Charlotte Knights, it is the next mountain to climb in order for the minor league baseball team to build a new stadium in uptown ...Read More »
Trent Barnes, a partner in YoMango, the franchisee of the Texas-based Red Mango chain, has one frozen yogurt shop on Sam Furr Road in Huntersville. He had hoped to expand into Charlotte, but most of the prime locations have been ...Read More »
In response to Tara Ramsey’s report on a goal to have 50-percent tree canopy coverage by 2050 in Charlotte, reader Tom Brasse had this to say: “This whole study is skewed and their goals are unrealisitic. They do not take into account any ...Read More »