Rumors are swirling that the luxury home market in Charlotte is nearing extinction, that it’s barely a whisper of what it once was. But Charlotte homebuilder Alan Simonini says all the talk about the demise of Charlotte’ luxury home market ...Read More »
The owners of the only home built in the failed Abersham subdivision have been granted easements to access their property. Last week, Mecklenburg County commissioners agreed to grant the 30-foot-wide easement along Greenwold Drive to the Karos family. Jason and ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Crescent Resources has won approval from Iredell County to hold a public hearing for a proposed subdivision at Forest Lake Boulevard and Brawley School Road. Jean Moore, clerk for the county’s Board of Commissioners, said the public hearing, scheduled ...
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The Hickory City Council will be getting into the aviation fuel business via a new $343,000 fuel farm at Hickory Regional Airport. During a City Council meeting last week, council members backed a grant agreement to combine city money and ...Read More »
The Mooresville Artist Guild’s board of directors has approved plans to renovate the former Southern Railway Depot. Ellen Patterson, the guild’s vice president, said the board is working with Mooresville-based architecture firm Adams & Associates to see what improvements are ...Read More »
Last week, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s zoning committee recommended that approval not be granted to a rezoning request for 3.23 acres at West Sugar Creek Road, North Graham Street and Mineral Springs Road. Louis Ratcliff Inc. sought the change to ...Read More »
The Bissell Cos. is one step closer to getting the rezoning it needs for a project at Ballantyne Corporate Park. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s zoning committee last week recommended approval of the rezoning request. If OK’d later this month by ...
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The transition to the new 2012 North Carolina State Building Code has begun. James Bartl, Mecklenburg County’s code enforcement director, said in a memo Thursday that the transition period for building, fire prevention, mechanical, plumbing and fuel gas codes began ...
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Kevin Higgins is a busy guy. Higgins, a Charlotte contractor and owner of THS National, and his employees have been working hard all spring and summer. But they aren’t building homes; not many contractors are, thanks to the housing market ...Read More »
Charlotte mayoral candidate Scott Stone is building a fan base in the construction industry, winning the endorsement of the Carolinas chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors. The chapter announced their endorsement today, and a press conference is set for ...Read More »