CHARLOTTE – Construction is underway on the third and final phase of the residential component of the Renaissance, a 40-acre, mixed-income housing community in west Charlotte. The last phase will include 150 one-, two- and three-bedroom rental units spread across ...Read More »
Sale prices for existing Charlotte homes increased more in February from January than in all but two of the 20 cities tracked by the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices. Charlotte’s monthly home-price increase was 0.9 percent in February. Appreciation was higher ...
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Across the Carolinas, signs of economic recovery include the bustle of construction workers and the whirr of bulldozers as both residential and commercial buildings go up. But for all the promise of prosperity, the rise of construction cranes can signal ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County’s Code Enforcement Department is reorganizing its inspector teams in order to target complex inspection projects and to align teams with state building codes. Jeff Griffin, manager of the department’s north inspection team, and Steve Pearson, manager ...
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The Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area has seen a slight increase in the percentage of underwater homes, according to a RealtyTrac analysis. Some 7.7 percent of area homes with a mortgage had a loan-to-value ratio of 125 percent or more in the first ...
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The rate of North Carolinians who have repurchased homes with restored credit after losing their home in the housing bust has trailed most states, but is expected to outpace the national average between now and 2023, according to data released ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Foundation for the Carolinas has asked the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners to contribute $3.7 toward the restoration of the Carolina Theatre as part of a larger plan to revitalize the North Tryon Street corridor. Michael Marsicano, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council and its staff will review several new rezoning requests over the coming months, with public hearings scheduled for June 15 on each proposal. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department will make recommendations before the City Council votes ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — The City Council approved several rezoning petitions Monday, giving a nod to a 194-acre Lincoln Harris mixed-use project and a townhome development by David Weekley Homes, both in south Charlotte. The council also deferred several decisions until next ...Read More »