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Rentals 
on the radar (access required)

In the past year since Charlotte’s rental ordinance took effect, 643 properties have surpassed the city’s threshold for crime. That means, in theory, that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officials should have met with the owners of 643 properties, of which 553 ...

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What should a CMS campus lease for? How’s about $1 a year (access required)

It could be one of the greatest real estate bargains in Charlotte history: 33,347 square feet of space on seven acres for only $1 a year in rent. That proposal for Tryon Hills Pre-K Center in north Charlotte is among ...

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Union County commissioners OK rezoning for Monroe Connector/Bypass project

The Union County Board of County Commissioners has approved the rezoning of more than 35 acres along the future path of the Monroe Connector/Bypass so that a paving company can work on the toll road project. On Monday, commissioners approved Monroe-based ...

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City reviews zoning as more illegal nightclubs pop up (access required)

To the city of Charlotte, it would be a nightclub. To developer David Ratcliffe, it would be just a community theater that serves alcohol. The difference of opinion is just one example of the ongoing struggle between developers and property ...

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Doug Ehmann hopes a gas station ignites projects at his business park (access required)

When Doug Ehmann, president of Charlotte-based DPE Investments, bought about 100 acres in 2006 along the banks of Lake Fisher in northern Cabarrus County, he envisioned a high-end mixed-use development with condos, townhomes, offices, shops and hotels. Ehmann figured his ...

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