Mecklenburg County has narrowed down the list of developers that will potentially revitalize nearly 17 acres in Second Ward with a mixed-use development. The county manager’s office has chosen Crescent Communities, CitiSculpt, and Conformity Corp. to advance to the second ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has stayed the suspension of a Gastonia broker’s license after she replaced missing funds in several client trust accounts and completed real estate courses. The commission’s June 2015 consent order regarding Tina Crosby Smith, ...Read More »
BY ROBERTA FUCHS AND MARK ABRAMSON Only one person spoke Monday night against a rezoning request by Synco Properties to redevelop an apartment complex at Colony and Sharon roads, after the company made more than three dozen changes in response ...Read More »
The inventory of homes for sale in the Charlotte area slumped to a 3.3-month supply in November, the lowest level since the Carolina Multiple Listing Service began tracking such data in 2005. And although prices are relatively inexpensive compared with ...Read More »
The Carolinas Associated General Contractors is partnering with Central Piedmont Community College to start a pre-apprenticeship program that will teach basic construction skills in an effort to get more people working in the industry. The Registered Pre-Apprenticeship Program in entry ...
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Residential construction shows no signs of abating, with developers filing rezoning petitions to build condos, townhomes, and apartments across the city. In addition, plans are underway for a retirement community on Randolph Road; a large mixed-use development at the Highland ...
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The outgoing president of Charlotte’s chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women on Tuesday presented five annual awards and took a moment to recognize each of the organization’s past presidents as the group celebrated its 25th anniversary. About 125 people attending ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has permanently revoked the real estate license of a Charlotte broker after he did not respond to multiple charges of improperly using clients’ earnest money and security deposits. The commission received several complaints regarding ...
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Hundreds turned out Tuesday morning for the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department’s dedication ceremony of First Ward Park, an uptown oasis on 4 acres at East Seventh and North Brevard streets. The department scheduled a day-long event that included ...Read More »