At just 3 years old, Bellamy Homes is pretty much a newcomer when it comes to Charlotte homebuilders. That didn’t stop it from being on the lips of officials in the local industry last month when it was picked to ...Read More »
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When Rob Nixon and business partner Andy Wilson bought a rundown former church at 1212 Pecan Ave. in Charlotte in March 2007 for $650,000 from Russ-Mar Properties, Nixon said he felt like Christopher Columbus. “I had my flag in the ...Read More »
Union County’s building inspection department moved Thursday into renovated space on the ground floor of the Union County Government Center, 500 N. Main St., in Monroe. The department had been operating from the seventh floor of the government center for about a ...
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When Allen Craven’s father moved to the city of Concord, Hotel Concord was his home for months. It was around the 1950s, and Craven’s dad, who has since died, lived there while setting up a medical practice across the street. ...Read More »
The University City-area Melting Pot will be no more. The fondue restaurant, part of a national chain, is moving from the Grand Promenade shopping center on W.T. Harris Boulevard to 16625 Statesville Road in Huntersville in about two months. That ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council this week approved rezoning requests for carwash company Autobell and developer The Bissell Cos. For Autobell, the rezoning of 1.82-acres at Park, Tyvola and Fairview roads from high-density multifamily residential, or R-22, to a business district ...
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Lincoln County commissioners have approved a rezoning that will allow construction of a golf driving range. The county’s planning board has recommended approval of a rezoning request from Steven Pearman of Denver to change 10.2 acres from single-family residential to ...Read More »
Gaston County commissioners have passed on the opportunity to buy about 100 acres of land for a youth sports complex. The site, known as the Lineberger property because it is owned by members of the Lineberger family, was being considered ...Read More »
Four days after The Mecklenburg Times reported that America’s Park developers were lagging on a road construction project necessary to build their 25-field, $20 million baseball complex in Mooresville, developers announced Tuesday they were pushing back the opening date to ...Read More »
Last week, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s zoning committee recommended that approval not be granted to a rezoning request for 3.23 acres at West Sugar Creek Road, North Graham Street and Mineral Springs Road. Louis Ratcliff Inc. sought the change to ...Read More »