For just less than a year, Denver-based Clarion & Associates has been studying the city’s zoning ordinance and meeting with local stakeholders to give city officials recommendations on a possible future change to the ordinance. Clarion on Monday released the findings of its assessment on the city’s website, complete with plenty of criticism on the score-old ordinance that city officials will certainly take into consideration when deciding if they will draft a new zoning ordinance.Read More »
The average U.S. rate for the benchmark 30-year home mortgage climbed over the 4.5 percent mark this month for the first time in more than two years.
Tagged with: 30-year home mortgage rate Alan Banks Evans Coghill Homes Grubb Properties Home Builders Association of Charlotte Karla Knotts Keller Williams Knotts Development Pearson Land Corp. Todd Williams Tom Pearson Virginia PopovichRead More »
Apartment development is like most other for-profit industries. When executives see that a new idea is successful, they ride the trend hoping to make money off it. But where do the apartment-industry trends come from?Read More »
Amenities, such as an eighth-floor tenant lounge, aren’t reserved solely for The Vue, the 51-floor condominium-turned-apartment tower at Fifth and Pine streets. In the booming apartment construction in Charlotte, the days of a simple pool and clubhouse are over as developers are focusing on projects heavy on amenities – the more unusual, the better.Read More »
It’s been 22 years since the Morrison Regional Library opened in SouthPark, at the intersection of Colony Road and Morrison Boulevard. Back in 1991, said David Singleton, director of libraries in Mecklenburg County, people used the library very differently than they do today.Read More »
The City Council on Monday night voted to give Mecklenburg County another couple of months to find a buyer for Marshall Park, further convoluting the future of the property in uptown's 2nd Ward.Read More »
In 2008, the Charlotte real estate market was beginning to feel the oppression of the Great Recession. That's when a triumvirate real estate group -- Core Properties, Collette & Associates and Trinity Capital Advisors, which is a sister company to Trinity Partners -- decided to open the 100 percent speculative Linville Building.
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Two major apartment complexes with a combined 561 units and worth a total of $70 million are headed into opposite corners of The Park-Huntersville business park.Read More »