If Charlotte’s development climate – and blistering apartment-construction rate – are currently a day at the beach, beware storm clouds on the horizon. That was the message of a Bisnow panel of developers from across the residential, commercial and industrial ...Read More »
It was economic tug-of-war Monday night as eastside residents urged the Charlotte City Council not to approve the sale of 11.4 acres of former Eastland Mall property to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, but council members ultimately agreed it was an important step ...Read More »
Canned goods littered the floor of the Charlotte Convention Center on April 16, but it wasn’t a spill – the food was there in architecturally-inspired shapes as part of the 2016 CANstruction competition. The annual event is part of Architecture ...
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The installation of a software upgrade as part of the city’s and county’s building development process reform has been delayed until July, or four months later than scheduled, Mecklenburg County’s information technology manager said Tuesday. Erica Nesbitt, the county’s IT ...
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Business and leisure travelers have become increasingly health conscious, and local hotels are keeping pace. It’s part of a growing national trend of “healthy” upscale hotels seeking to meet the needs of guests unwilling to sacrifice their well-being while on ...Read More »
York County, faced with increased traffic congestion, demands on infrastructure and beleaguered planners, is a step closer to suspending residential development in the Fort Mill area. The County Council voted 5-2 Monday to preliminarily approve an ordinance that would freeze ...
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