It wasn’t the developer’s first choice and it was a long time coming, but Harris Teeter is the grocer most likely to anchor the first stage of commercial development in the mixed-use Antiquity community, off N.C. Highway 115 against Cornelius’ border with the town of Davidson.Read More »
Television networks devoted to all things real estate and home improvement are pumping out new shows in less time than it takes to drive to the neighborhood Lowe’s or Home Depot. But what’s in it for all the businesses that volunteer their time and materials to make this peculiar brand of TV work? At least four business people in Charlotte can provide varied answers to that question. Their experiences ranged from not-so-good to stellar, with stops in between. But, as a testament to the powerful allure of showbiz, all said they would do it again.Read More »
With each new apartment project that pops up around Charlotte during this boom, the existing product only becomes more tired. So even though Camden Sedgebrook is only 15-years-old in human years, in apartment years, it’s ancient. Newer apartment communities were making it increasingly difficult for Sedgebrook to compete for tenants.
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CHARLOTTE – The Duke Endowment, the Charlotte-based foundation named after James B. Duke, is another step closer to moving to its headquarters to Dilworth, after Mecklenburg County issued a $22 million building permit for work on the three-story office building. ...Read More »
Rhea Greene knows that the Steel Yard at South End isn’t for everyone. Companies looking for cookie-cutter office space in the average high-rise or office park probably won’t quite feel at home at the Steel Yard, with its concrete floors and exposed masonry.Read More »
For every $1 the York County, S.C., town of Fort Mill receives in property taxes on residential properties, it has to spend $1.40 on services such as fire, police and schools. But for every $1 the town gets in taxes from commercial properties, it spends only 31 cents on services.Read More »
If you permit it, they will build. And despite a slow start, Mecklenburg County permitting this year is finally in positive territory compared with the same period in 2012, which opens up the possibility of more construction activity this year than last in the Charlotte market.
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The priciest residential construction project in Mecklenburg County so far this year isn’t a new house; it’s a custom, architect-designed addition to an already roomy and completely updated home in the heart of the upscale Charlotte neighborhood of Eastover.Read More »
The town of Cornelius planning department is a busy busy place these days, with four new proposed construction projects -- a bank building, a major expansion of an existing car dealership and two new housing developments -- on the books seeking town approval, according to town records.Read More »