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Keepin’ it real (access required)

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No doubt real estate and home improvement shows are highly entertaining and can provide viewers with limitless inspiration, but do the programs set up consumers with unrealistic expectations? Some of the most popular offerings on HGTV like “House Hunters” show ...

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Gradual Development: Decades-in-the-making plan for Charlotte’s First Ward faces new delay (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Daniel Levine was looking for a “minor modification” to a $23.7 million section of an already approved development agreement, Brad Richardson, city of Charlotte economic manager explained to the City Council last week. But, Levine, president of Levine ...

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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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