Overhead public utility structures are out. Breezeways are in. Those are among changes that are part of the first phase of residential design standard changes OK’d Monday by the Charlotte City Council. The zoning text amendment restricts lots created after Dec. ...Read More »
Carolinas HealthCare System could be spending millions on renovation projects throughout the Charlotte area. This week, CHS filed three certificate of need applications with the North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation. In one request, CHS wants to add 19 ...Read More »
The Mooresville Town Board on Monday denied a request from MAG Land Development to transfer $514,280 in availability and system development fee credits to GK Curtis Pond. Maia Setzer, Mooresville’s executive director of administration, said the credits were part of ...
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Last weekend, Lennar held the grand opening for its Ballanmoor community in south Charlotte. The event showcased the community’s new three-story, 4,300-square-foot model home, known as the Harrison. It has five bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms. Liz Baker, spokeswoman for Lennar, said a ...
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Gulfeagle Supply, a Tampa-based commercial and residential roofing distributor, recently purchased 2004 Bancroft Street, a 33,000 square-foot facility that now houses the company’s Charlotte operations. Located just north of Uptown near the intersection of North Graham and West 24th Streets, ...Read More »
A controversial proposed change to the city of Charlotte’s Post Construction Controls Ordinance is one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday, the City Council’s Environment Committee voted 3-2 to recommend removing a natural-area requirement from the PCCO, a change ...Read More »
When Allen Craven’s father moved to the city of Concord, Hotel Concord was his home for months. It was around the 1950s, and Craven’s dad, who has since died, lived there while setting up a medical practice across the street. ...Read More »
Allison Harvey thought she’d go into political science but shifted gears and found herself living on an island in South Carolina as a town manager. Today, she’s working on a strategic plan that will redefine some of the zoning regulations and ...Read More »
Renovations are in store for the former Design Center of Lake Norman building in downtown Mooresville. That’s because Concord-based ISI Alarms plans to move its headquarters and call center there in December. Sammy Eanes of Whirlwind Creative in Harrisburg, which ...Read More »