"At this point, there has been no conceptual plans developed," said Kurt Hartman, senior managing director of Hines. "It's really been based on what your prior experience has been. We will need to get with NCDOT to craft an agreement, a predevelopment agreement, to understand who is doing what."
DILWORTH — Developer Lincoln Harris is expected to learn Monday whether a proposed pharmacy that has upset some residents in the Dilworth neighborhood will win approval from the Charlotte City Council. At a 4 p.m. zoning meeting, the council is expected to vote on the controversial Walgreens project, which has been proposed for the intersection [...]
When the Great Recession came to Baxter Village, it was good that the commercial space had a mix of tenants. That’s according to Kerri Robusto, leasing manager of Baxter Village, a 1,400-home, mixed-use center that also features more than 430,000 square feet of commercial space.
When the results of Mecklenburg County’s 2011 property revaluation were released, one of Jim Plyler’s clients was troubled. Compare Foods, which owns the old Tryon Mall site at 3600 N. Sharon Amity Road, came to him for help after the county valued the property at $4.85 million, said Plyler, a broker for Charlotte-based Piedmont Properties, a commercial real estate firm.
The capital-gains tax, mortgage-backed securities, small-business concerns, banking stability, interest rates, the “fiscal cliff,” the mortgage-interest deduction — and jobs, jobs, jobs. When they consider what the outcome of Tuesday's presidential election might be, those are but some of the issues that Charlotte-area builders, developers and real estate agents bring up.
The planned house is the buzz of the season among Charlotte’s luxury homebuilders, stirring up curiosity — "Who knew there even was a vacant 4-acre lot in Myers Park?" they ask — and not a little bit of envy.
“Cornelius has so much it has to offer now with all the retail and restaurants in the area, the excellent schools, let alone the natural attraction of the lake and its two parks, Jetton Park on Lake Norman and Ramsey Creek Park," said Classica Homes owner Bill Saint.
It has a whopping 15,000 square feet and comes with 11 acres of land, and if this southwestern Mecklenburg County home sells for asking price it would be the highest-priced sale in the CMLS since 2000.
Two retail outlets will go in. Only one will emerge. At least that’s the prediction a Charlotte-based retail analyst has about two outlet centers expected to be built along Interstate 485.
Like a college student sneaking into class 15 minutes after it’s started, a trendy way of leasing to such students has quietly made its way across parts of Charlotte.
But the method — renting out single bedrooms in an apartment — has caught the attention of, and become alarming to, city officials who are now considering creating rules for what has become an unregulated practice.