When David Furman started looking in 2001 for a site for McCreesh Place, he discovered that no other single room occupancy developments existed in Charlotte. Furman, owner of Charlotte-based David Furman Architecture, would go on to spearheaded Charlotte’s first and ...Read More »
Although there’s only one single room occupancy project in Charlotte — and one in the works — the city is considering making changes to its SRO regulations. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department is working with a citizen’s advisory group to come ...Read More »
The two office towers at South Tryon Square have a new property manager. Portfolio Property Management Global said Hope Hamilton will manage the Class A office buildings in the heart of Charlotte’s central business district at 200 and 201 S. Tryon ...Read More »
RALEIGH — North Carolina is seeing some welcome signs of job growth but not enough to keep the state’s unemployment rate from creeping upward. The Employment Security Commission reported today that the state’s unemployment rate in January was 9.9 percent, ...
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The town of Matthews today said it is launching a program to help businesses in its Downtown Overlay District spruce up their facades. The funding can be used for canvas-style awnings; paint removal from brick surfaces; cornice and mortar repairs; masonry ...Read More »
Charlotte-area home prices fell 4.2 percent in March from February 2010, more than the 3.8 percent U.S. decline, according to a report released today by Truckee, Calif.-based Clear Capital. But for the four months that ended in February, Charlotte-area home ...
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Charlotte-based Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated today said fourth-quarter 2010 net income fell 92 percent from the same quarter a year ago as net sales from quarter to quarter were flat. The nation’s second largest Coca-Cola bottler had $3.8 million in ...Read More »
RALEIGH — House Republicans today failed to override Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue’s veto of a bill that would challenge the coming federal requirement that people buy health insurance, as Democrats sent a message of their own to the Legislature’s new ...Read More »
RALEIGH — Republican legislators say Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue is threatening the prompt return of income tax refunds to North Carolina residents by borrowing money in a way that violates the state constitution. Senate leader Phil Berger and House Speaker ...Read More »