The Charlotte City Council unanimously approved $100 million in new airport bonds Monday night to finance capital projects at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The city says the bonds will allow it to take advantage of low interest rates and draw ...Read More »
The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association has awarded a total of $33,500 in grants to 10 local nonprofits and nine area Habitat for Humanity agencies. The funds will be used to assist organizations in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties as well as ...Read More »
Sales of existing homes nationally decreased in August for the first time in four months, according to a report released by the National Association of Realtors. Total existing-home sales in August decreased by 1.8 percent from July, and seasonally adjusted ...Read More »
Of the 12 zoning petitions voted on by the Charlotte City Council at its meeting Sept. 15, all were approved with the exception of one. The City Council denied the rezoning for an urban residential plan by Pulte Home Corp. ...Read More »
Developers are continuing to focus on high-density, mixed-use projects in Charlotte, according to a host of rezoning petitions filed recently with the city. They all are scheduled for a public hearing before the City Council on Nov. 15. They include ...Read More »
The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association on Sept. 18 hosted its annual Candidates Fish Fry, during which hundreds of professionals in real estate and related industries set up informational booths and mingle with candidates for state and local elections. The event ...
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After more than 30 years of amassing 23 acres of land in center city, Levine Properties’ First Ward development project had its groundbreaking ceremony Thursday afternoon. The groundbreaking took place at the corner of East 7th and North Brevard streets, ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — U.S. home construction plunged in August, led by steep decline in the volatile apartment category. But single-family house construction, a larger and more stable portion of the market, fell only modestly. Construction fell 14.4 percent in August to ...
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The developer of a proposed 60-acre revitalization project along South Boulevard in the Sedgefield community has requested that the city’s Zoning Committee delay its consideration of the plan from its Sept. 24 meeting to Oct. 29. The request was filed ...Read More »
The federal government’s conspiracy and fraud case against Boggs Paving Inc. has been continued until Nov. 17, when it has been placed on U.S. District Judge Max O. Cogburn Jr.’s docket call calendar, according to court records. The company pleaded ...Read More »