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Biggest deals of 2013 (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The Queen City won’t remember 2013 as a year in which commercial development ran riot, as little was built in the large-scale office and industrial markets. But several notable properties changed hands and leasing companies often were able ...

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The next boom (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Multifamily developers over the past few years have gotten up close and personal with the Millennial generation, studying their wants and needs, and catering to those preferences. The result of that intense attention in Charlotte is thousands of ...

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North Carolina homeowners eligible for mortgage assistance under settlement (access required)

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RALEIGH – Some North Carolina homeowners will receive a share of a $2. 1 billion national settlement brought against subprime mortgage loan servicer Ocwen Financial Corp., Attorney General Roy Cooper announced recently. An estimated $26 million in funds will help ...

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O Mobilfunkmast, O Mobilfunkmast! Your wires green appall them (access required)

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MATTHEWS – As Christmas approaches, attention naturally turns to evergreens, be they natural or fake. This year in Matthews, some of that attention has been diverted to one particular proposed fake pine, and it wouldn’t be in the corner of ...

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Market forces out workers (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Julie Porter has spoken to teachers and nurses’ aides who live as far away as Gastonia and Stanly and commute to south Charlotte daily. Porter, the president of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership, said they can’t afford housing near ...

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Charlotte residential architects rebound (access required)

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Residential architects in Charlotte and across the country are seeing strong business growth, with increased billings and inquiries for new projects. Nationally, firms are now averaging project backlogs of 4.5 months, not yet at their recent high of 5.3 months ...

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Public hearings on 17 rezoning petitions set for Feb. 17 (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte City Council will have a busy meeting Feb. 17, when it is set to hold public hearings on 17 rezoning petitions. In the latest round of rezoning requests, petitions were submitted for a variety of uses, ...

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40 acres and a mall (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – A 40-acre piece of land in a desirable location in the University area – close to both an interstate and future public transportation – is to become an auto mall following a unanimous City Council rezoning decision Monday ...

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Cornelius land-use plan decision delayed again (access required)

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CORNELIUS – The Bailey-Mayes roads area has developed into a real development sore spot. The dilemma posed by growth in the small chunk of east Cornelius for the third time held up passage of a new proposed land-use plan when ...

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