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 ...Read More »
Government and Politics
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Stormwater Services is considering buyouts of properties damaged by recent flooding. During flooding Aug. 5, 163 buildings were damaged, a CMSS release says. Most are northwest and west of uptown in the Irwin Creek and Stewart Creek watersheds. Buyouts ...Read More »
Possible changes to Charlotte’s Post Construction Controls Ordinance will be discussed Monday during a meeting of the city’s environment committee. City staff members have said they would like to remove from the ordinance the duplicative tree-save requirement, which ranges from 10 to ...Read More »
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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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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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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Another proposed change to the city’s post-construction controls ordinance is ruffling the feathers of environmentalists. City officials are considering removing from the ordinance the city’s tree-save rules, which require higher tree protections for low-density development and lower protections for higher-density ...Read More »
The Rock Hill Planning Commission and the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals approved requests Tuesday from Pleasanton, Calif.-based Ross Dress for Less Inc. Ross made the zoning and variance requests so that it can construct a freight terminal on 166 ...Read More »