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County takes new approach to measuring commercial property values (access required)

Some in the real estate industry are big fans of it. Others have questions and suspicions. In a new move for Mecklenburg County’s assessor’s office, commercial properties that are being reassessed for 2011 property tax values will have an income-based ...

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Deadline looms for challengers to upset NoDa mills low bidder

A trio of local companies has until Monday to submit upset bids for two historic Charlotte mills the city put up for sale last month. Earlier this week The Community Builders Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based affordable-housing developer, put in a ...

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City’s banking image proves hard to look past (access required)

In many people’s minds, Charlotte is still Banktown. So says a survey conducted as a starting point for a public relations campaign launched this year by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Charlotte Center City Partners and Charlotte Regional Partnership to ...

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Fed up with government fees, developers turn to lawsuits (access required)

In Davidson, an ordinance is pitting developers against town officials. At the crux of the conflict is a section of the town’s planning ordinance that is requiring the developer of Summers Walk, a master-planned residential community, to cover the cost ...

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