Catawba County Building Services issued fewer permits in November than in October and the value of those permits dropped, as well.Read More »
The City of Charlotte’s Land Development Division is requiring all commercial plans be submitted electronically, effective Jan. 1. According to a blog posting by the Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition in Charlotte, sealed, signed hard copies of plans should be scanned into a PDF format and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A new year offers a blank slate, an opportunity for a fresh vision and a time to reflect on the accomplishments and struggles of the previous year. As we head into 2012, The Mecklenburg Times wants to know what our real estate industry readers have to say about 2011 and what you expect from the new year.Read More »
Charlotte-based Sandstone Group has been denied a rezoning request for a multiuse development it had planned for Matthews. Developer Steve Sanders said he was blindsided Monday when the Matthews Board of Commissioners did not OK the request. Sandstone wanted to ...Read More »
Austin Real Estate Investments is seeking plat approval from Lincoln County for a two-lot commercial subdivision. If approved, Austin Commercial Subdivision would have two tracts that are each approximately 4.02 acres. Lincoln County’s planning board has already recommended approval of ...Read More »
The 2012 N.C. Building Code Update class will be available for a second workday thanks to high interest in the original class, which is set for Monday. The second class will be Jan. 6 at the Hal Marshall Center, 700 ...Read More »
The Community Housing Development Corp. of Mooresville-South Iredell wants to get into the rental business. An official with the CHDC, a nonprofit that builds affordable homes for low- and moderate-income families, told the Mooresville Town Board that, in light of ...Read More »