Honda broke ground today on its new 25,000-square-foot North Carolina regional office in Charlotte. The facility will be in Ballantyne Corporate Park. It will service North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Honda plans to seek U.S. Green Building Council Leadership ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
With the deadline today for commercial property owners in Mecklenburg County to appeal their new values, the county assessor’s office has received 4,860 challenges, Chuck Hicks, revaluation manager, said this afternoon. Today alone, 750 appeals were filed in response to ...
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The Corps of Engineers has given environmental approval to the controversial Monroe Connector-Bypass project, the North Carolina Turnpike Authority said today. But a lawsuit continues to hold up construction on the 19.7-mile, roughly $800 million toll road, which would be the second in ...
Tagged with: Clean Air Carolina David Joyner James Dever Monroe Connector-Bypass North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources North Carolina Turnpike Authority North Carolina Wildlife Federation Southern Environmental Law Center Yadkin RiverkeeperRead More »
Tired of the bitterly cold Michigan winters and in search of better job opportunities, Jeff Sharp moved to Charlotte in late 2007. With a background in custom homebuilding, Sharp, 26, changed gears shortly after moving to the Queen City and ...
Tagged with: Boulevard Centro David Furman David Walters Greg Godley Jeff Sharp Meeting Street Homes and Communities Monte Ritchey My Townhome Realty Robert Nixon Scott Dirkschneider Scott Lindsley T.J. Larsen Teresa KanterRead More »
Some buildings in the Charlotte region are getting roughly $612,000 out of $1.8 million in federal stimulus funds from the North Carolina Energy Office to make energy-efficiency upgrades. The Packard Place building at 222 S. Church St. is receiving $307,840 ...Read More »
Outsourcing is nothing new, and businesses have been outsourcing some operations to India for years. Now, the real estate industry in North Carolina could see some outsourcing as the push is on from industry and, arguably, the federal government to ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council was bombarded Monday with concerns from residents regarding the proposed Independence Boulevard Area Plan. Ed Garber, an Independence Boulevard-area resident, said businesses and property owners along the corridor don’t know what the future of Independence Boulevard ...
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The Charlotte City Council unanimously approved a $5.06 million contract Monday to Blythe Development for construction of the Eastburn Storm Drainage Improvements project despite concerns that the bid was $600,000 more than a previous bid from the same company for ...Read More »