“Jake is a smart and creative developer, but he’s a catastrophe as a communicator," Cornelius Commissioner David Gilroy said. "He shoots himself in both feet and the side of the head."Read More »
Months after it announced its interest in the land, Cato Corp. has completed its purchase of more than 200 acres around Charlotte Knights ballpark in Fort Mill, S.C., a consultant representing the Charlotte-based women's apparel retailer told The Mecklenburg Times Friday.Read More »
It’s unclear as to what type of response the city will get to the RFQ. But when the city issued so-called requests for expressions of interest in October, the idea of doing something with Eastland Mall was met with little interest.Read More »
The portfolio of properties owned by the city of Charlotte has grown, now that it has closed on a former Comfort Inn and a former Ihop -- and the land the vacant buildings sit on -- along Independence Boulevard.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 »
Just because the company responded to the “Request for Expressions of Interest," that doesn’t mean it will be chosen by the city to play a role in the redevelopment of Eastland Mall, which the city bought this year to try and do something with the shuttered, languishing property.Read More »
In August, the court, in a 5-2 ruling, said it was illegal for the county to charge developers and homebuilders the fees, which had to be paid whenever new homes or multifamily units were built. The county said the fees were necessary to offset the impact more homes would have on schools.
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