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Commercial Confidential: University Executive Park (access required)

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Up north, at University Executive Park, Joe Franco usually tries to shave a few weeks off negotiations, in an effort to seal more deals. Franco, vice president in the Charlotte office of Cassidy Turley, which handles leasing at the 13-building park in northeast Charlotte, said when his firm’s employees line up a potential tenant, they try to “say yes to the deal.”

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Charlotte Knights stadium is taking shape (access required)

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As the Charlotte Knights season ended last September in Fort Mill, S.C., with a loss to the Pawtucket Red Sox, Rodgers Builders was getting set to break ground on a $54 million, 10,000-seat uptown ballpark for the team. Jump to April and while the Knights are staggering to a well-below-.500 start in the team’s final season in South Carolina, steel and concrete that roughly resemble a ballpark have sprung out of the ground in uptown’s Third Ward, as construction workers scurry around the site like fielders hustling for a barely reachable fly ball.

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City Council approves Simon/Tanger outlets mall rezoning (access required)

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The Charlotte Premium Outlets mall planned for unincorporated southwest Mecklenburg County took another step toward construction Monday when the proposal won unanimous rezoning approval from the Charlotte City Council. The council on Monday also without dissent approved a separate request by the same landowner, Steele Creek Limited Partnership, for a nearby industrial/office park.

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Spectrum Properties still interested in Marshall Park (access required)

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It took only two years after a Charlotte City Council vote in the urban renewal-era year of 1961 for bulldozers to start wiping out the 80 years’ worth of the city’s history called Brooklyn. Today, going on 12 years after efforts began to bring housing, shopping and pedestrian traffic back to Second Ward – Charlotte’s government district, dominated by stern, institutional buildings – the vision of a reincarnated, well-rounded Brooklyn is still just that, a vision.

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Apartments adding up to a glut in Charlotte (access required)

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Week after week, developers announce new apartment projects in Charlotte. Like the 342 units in NoDa, or the 321 units in southwest Charlotte, or the 270 units in South End that have started, or will start, this year. In Charlotte, it is a rare week that passes without the revelation of a new multifamily project. And the numbers justify that trend, for now.

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