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Checking back in: Renovations could bring Checkers back to Bojangles’ (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The City Council is expected to vote Dec. 8 on approving $16 million for phase one renovations to Bojangles’ Coliseum, including $4 million in upgrades that, if approved, could result in the Charlotte Checkers moving their minor-league hockey ...

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Sports complex proposed for near Bojangles Coliseum on hold for a month (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – A public-private venture to develop a $76.7 million amateur sports complex on land around Bojangles Coliseum and Ovens Auditorium that was supposed to take a step forward this week is now on hold for a month as business ...

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Independence Boulevard sports complex moves forward (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – GoodSports Enterprises, a sports-complex developer out of Sarasota, Fla., later this month plans to submit to the city a request to rezone the land around Bojangles Coliseum to allow a $76.7 million amateur sports complex. In a presentation ...

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UPDATED: Eastland Mall movie studio plan ‘on life support’ (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The $300 million plan to bring a movie studio complex to Eastland Mall, two years in the making, is hanging on by the tiniest string of the thinnest thread after last week’s meeting of the City Council Economic ...

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