CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Wednesday heard the public’s opinion on a proposal to build 30 affordable-housing apartments in the Cherry neighborhood and the planned redevelopment of an aging shopping center in south Charlotte. The council also deferred several ...Read More »
Several developers are seeking rezonings for multifamily housing and mixed-use projects in Charlotte. The Charlotte City Council will hold hearings on the requests April 20. Two Capital Partners of Atlanta wants to build an apartment complex of up to 291 ...Read More »
North Carolinians are increasingly paying more for their homeowners’ insurance than is allowed under the state’s approved rates. Caught between higher premiums or losing coverage, more and more are opting to sign “consent-to-rate” letters that allow insurers to raise rates ...
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The Mooresville Board of Commissioners on Monday approved funding a pilot project to develop a housing strategy to accommodate future demand, a process that is expected to play out across a 14-county region in the coming years. The program is ...Read More »
GoodSports Enterprises, which is seeking taxpayer funds to help develop a sports complex near Bojangles’ Coliseum, has identified to city officials the source of the company’s financing for the proposed $76.7 million venture. “We have a name,” said Todd DeLong, ...Read More »
The first legislative bill filed in the N.C. General Assembly’s 2015 session seeks to amend the state Constitution to clarify language on when private property can be taken by governmental bodies through eminent domain and to require just compensation and ...Read More »
Mayor Dan Clodfelter has an impressive resume. The 64-year-old Thomasville native attended Davidson College, where he was named a Rhodes Scholar, enabling him to head off to earn a second bachelor’s degree at Oxford University and, later, a law degree ...
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A representative from GoodSports Enterprises, which is seeking taxpayer funds to develop a sports complex near Bojangles’ Coliseum, declined to name the source of the company’s financing for the proposed $76.7 million venture at a meeting with city officials Wednesday. ...Read More »
North Carolina’s legislators returned to Raleigh on Wednesday, and contractors, real estate professionals and developers are watching to see what legislation may be considered that will make their work easier or more difficult, more lucrative or less profitable. Among issues ...Read More »
Most read online stories of 2015: Architecture, legal battles, personality profiles and project development pique readers’ interest
The year brought a lot of big news in real estate, construction and development in Charlotte, including the conviction of Mayor Patrick Cannon in a development-related bribery scandal; a continued apartment construction boom; announcements and groundbreakings for the first office ...Read More »