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New Uptown office tower breaks ground (access required)

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Representatives of Babson Capital Management and of development partners Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors and Spectrum Properties were joined Monday morning by local officials and Gov. Pat McCrory to break ground the city’s first office tower to be constructed since the ...

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Opening up the office: Wastequip adjusts after converting to new design more than a year ago (access required)

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Although apprehensive at first, employees at waste-handling and recycling equipment company Wastequip have had more than a year to adjust to its Silicon Valley-like shared and open office space. The trend is making its way into new industries, and Wastequip ...

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Consultant advises committee be established to oversee construction issues (access required)

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A consultant hired to evaluate building permit and inspection procedures within Mecklenburg County is recommending that a committee be formed to ensure consistency in the application of building standards. The committee would be made up of leaders in the managers’ ...

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Construction to begin at Waverly (access required)

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The developers of the 88-acre Waverly project on Providence Road are clearing the land and have pulled a $3.53 million permit to begin construction on a medical building. The building will be the first to go up in the multi-use ...

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