A bill sitting in the North Carolina General Assembly has resulted in the brakes — at least for now — being put on some regulations that have been proposed by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission for residential construction. As a result ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
Mecklenburg County foreclosure filings dropped by 23 percent in May compared with a year ago, according to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. There were 659 foreclosure filings in May, down from 858 filings in May 2010 and 6 ...
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The Charlotte City Council has OK’d a rezoning petition filed by Charlotte-based commercial real estate company Percival McGuire for approximately 23.96 acres south of West W.T. Harris Boulevard between Interstate 485 and Reames Road. Approval was given to change the area’s ...
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The Bissell Cos. is expected to make a presentation to the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners tonight on its proposal to improve roadway infrastructure in the Ballantyne Corporate Park area in exchange for synthetic tax increment financing. On Monday, the Charlotte City ...Read More »
A judge could decide this week whether a Charlotte homeowner has to demolish a half-million dollar addition to her Queens Road home. Before deciding, Superior Court Judge Jesse Caldwell said he wanted to see the structure with his own eyes. ...Read More »
There wasn’t much of a shakeup on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s executive board today after the commissioners decided to keep Stephen Rosenburgh and Yolanda Johnson as chairman and vice chairwoman, respectively. No other commissioners were nominated for the posts during ...Read More »
Cincinnati-based Messer Construction Co. has opened regional headquarters in south Charlotte at 4201 Stuart Andrew Blvd. The facility, in the Charlotte Commerce Center, opens today with two employees. Messer said it plans to hire 30 to 50 employees over the next three to five years. ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County’s 2011 property tax revaluation could result in the county raking in an extra $70 million in revenue for its fiscal 2012 budget. For some county commissioners, the money is already burning a hole in their pockets, and they’ve ...Read More »
Two real estate-related bills that could have major implications in North Carolina have not yet made their way out of the General Assembly. House Bill 845, considered by many to be the most sweeping annexation bill introduced this session, would ...Read More »