With just over $3.5 billion in building permits awarded as of December 17, 2015 has seen no shortage of new construction in the Queen City. The total value of the permits issued in 2014 was just $2.74 billion, meaning this ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County has narrowed down the list of developers that will potentially revitalize nearly 17 acres in Second Ward with a mixed-use development. The county manager’s office has chosen Crescent Communities, CitiSculpt, and Conformity Corp. to advance to the second ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has stayed the suspension of a Gastonia broker’s license after she replaced missing funds in several client trust accounts and completed real estate courses. The commission’s June 2015 consent order regarding Tina Crosby Smith, ...Read More »
BY ROBERTA FUCHS AND MARK ABRAMSON Only one person spoke Monday night against a rezoning request by Synco Properties to redevelop an apartment complex at Colony and Sharon roads, after the company made more than three dozen changes in response ...Read More »
The inventory of homes for sale in the Charlotte area slumped to a 3.3-month supply in November, the lowest level since the Carolina Multiple Listing Service began tracking such data in 2005. And although prices are relatively inexpensive compared with ...Read More »
The Carolinas Associated General Contractors is partnering with Central Piedmont Community College to start a pre-apprenticeship program that will teach basic construction skills in an effort to get more people working in the industry. The Registered Pre-Apprenticeship Program in entry ...
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Residential construction shows no signs of abating, with developers filing rezoning petitions to build condos, townhomes, and apartments across the city. In addition, plans are underway for a retirement community on Randolph Road; a large mixed-use development at the Highland ...
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The outgoing president of Charlotte’s chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women on Tuesday presented five annual awards and took a moment to recognize each of the organization’s past presidents as the group celebrated its 25th anniversary. About 125 people attending ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has permanently revoked the real estate license of a Charlotte broker after he did not respond to multiple charges of improperly using clients’ earnest money and security deposits. The commission received several complaints regarding ...
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Hundreds turned out Tuesday morning for the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department’s dedication ceremony of First Ward Park, an uptown oasis on 4 acres at East Seventh and North Brevard streets. The department scheduled a day-long event that included ...Read More »