On April 11, a historic landmark known as the George E. Davis House reopens its doors as the administrative center of the Foster Village Network and Guardian Scholars, a program designed to create educational opportunities for young people as they ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Burson science building sits on the rapidly modernizing campus of UNC Charlotte, about a two-minute walk from the bustling student union. Students pour in and out of the union, on their way to class or back to ...Read More »
The burden of student loans is taking its toll on a generation who cannot afford to buy or, in some cases, even rent their own homes. And experts are warning that the failure of millenials to achieve the American Dream ...
Tagged with: 100 years Federal Reserve Clear Point Consumer Counseling Services Consumer Financial Protection Bureau First Financial Services household creation Joel Childress Rohit Copra student loan debt YAshica AndersonRead More »
Apex is tops! That’s the conclusion from Movoto Real Estate. The town just southwest of Raleigh earned the distinction as the best city in North Carolina based on its cost of living, crime rate, level of education, median household income, ...Read More »
CORNELIUS – An independent consultant’s report forecasts that the town of Cornelius would save resources and money and would grow in population more conservatively if the town adopts a proposed new land-use plan to replace the 17-year-old one now in ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Campus Crest in 2004 didn’t own and hadn’t built a single residential bed. Nine years later, the Charlotte-based student housing developer is approaching 50,000 beds in 87 student-specific apartment communities, spread across 25 states. The company is also ...
Tagged with: Bill Stricker Campus Crest Carolinas Associated General Contractors Charles Dalton East Carolina University off-campus student housing Real Data Ted Rollins The Grove UNC Charlotte University of Noth Carolina at AshevilleRead More »
DAVIDSON – Democracy is a funny business – both ha-ha and just plain weird. Writ large – as in the federal shutdown – the comedy and tragedy of our system of government fills the cable news network airtime. But on ...
Tagged with: Ben McCrary bob blythe Bobby Bowerd david boraks david malushizky davidson green school davidsonnews.net Greg Murphy herb jackson Jennifer Jakubecy john burgess john chesser K&L Gates Leamon Brice Moore & Van Allen Roy Michaux susan k. irvin zoning ordinanceRead More »
Next month, the near future of Central Piedmont Community College is in the hands of Mecklenburg County voters as they’ll hit the polls to decide, among other things, if they’ll pass a bond referendum for the school.Read More »
While the federal government shutdown is not having a direct impact on Charlotte businesses, it is creating uncertainty in the business community, according to panelists at The Mecklenburg Times Women’s Business Breakfast Forum. “With the shutdown and debate about the debt ceiling, people are waiting to make decisions,” said Natalie Haskins English, senior vice president of public policy for the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.
Tagged with: Astrid Chirinos Bank of America bank of the ozarks Byron's South End Central Piedmont Community College Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schols Cindy Wolfe CREW Charlotte Denise Dexter Diverso Global Strategies Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Charlotte Lincoln Harris Mecklenburg Times Women's Business Breakfast Forum Natalie Haskins EnglishRead More »
On Wednesday, Mark Vitner, managing director and senior economist for Wells Fargo, was the featured speaker for a “State of the Charlotte Commercial Real Estate Market and Outlook” forum. But most of his presentation ended up being focused on the ...Read More »