As 2012 draws to a close, it’s being considered a noteworthy year by those in Charlotte’s commercial real estate industry.
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Carolina Pavilion is no stranger to rival retailers. The shopping center -- on South Boulevard, near Interstate 485 -- is about two miles from Carolina Place Mall, which is only the third largest shopping center in the Charlotte area. Also, Ballantyne, with its shops that carry high-end merchandise, is less than four miles away.Read More »
In what appears to be one of the last hurdles before construction can begin on the new 21-acre Huntersville Market retail project, commercial developer Cambridge Properties and John Wieland Homes have worked out a land-swap involving a neighboring housing subdivision.Read More »
The town of Cornelius planning department is a busy busy place these days, with four new proposed construction projects -- a bank building, a major expansion of an existing car dealership and two new housing developments -- on the books seeking town approval, according to town records.Read More »
James Smith knows that some other Charlotte real estate agents look at his new realty firm with skepticism and even some concern. But he’s forging ahead anyway.Read More »
For the past two years, things have been looking up for upperclassmen in uptown Charlotte, where four colleges have opened new campuses and a fifth has announced plans to do the same.Read More »