Lincoln County commissioners have approved a rezoning that will allow construction of a golf driving range. The county’s planning board has recommended approval of a rezoning request from Steven Pearman of Denver to change 10.2 acres from single-family residential to ...Read More »
Gaston County commissioners have passed on the opportunity to buy about 100 acres of land for a youth sports complex. The site, known as the Lineberger property because it is owned by members of the Lineberger family, was being considered ...Read More »
The Kannapolis City Council will have a public hearing Monday regarding renewed development at the stalled Kellswater Bridge neighborhood. The hearing will be at 6 p.m. at the Kannapolis Train Station, 201 S. Main St. Charlotte-based Mountain Real Estate Capital ...
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The Housing Opportunity Foundation, the charitable arm of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, has awarded five local nonprofits a total of $10,000 through its annual Community Grants Program. The program, in its third year, seeks to support organizations that address ...Read More »
Carolinas HealthCare System announced Friday that it has filed two certificate of need applications to build health care pavilions on the campus of Carolinas Medical Center-Morrocroft and near the intersection of Interstate 485 and Providence Road in south Charlotte. In ...
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They’re victims of the recession: unfinished communities scattered across the Charlotte area. But for homebuilders like Lennar Corp., they’re an opportunity. Just ask Jon Hardy. Hardy, president of the Miami-based company’s Charlotte division, said that this year Lennar has built ...Read More »
Waxhaw builder Russell Zavatsky hasn’t built a home in Union County in at least two years. It’s not because the economy has killed off demand. After all, he’s building a new home in Tega Cay, and he’s building and remodeling ...Read More »
Armed Agents: Concerned for their safety, real estate professionals take self-defense classes, apply to carry guns
Lisa Ludlow Archer was a new real estate agent working phone duty about six years ago when she got a phone call that just didn’t feel right. “When you get that feeling, you should usually listen to it,” said Archer, ...Read More »