Nate Bowman missed his train by about 14 years. A developer and owner of Huntersville-based Bowman Development Group, he said he has been waiting on the Charlotte Area Transit System to finish the commuter-rail project known as the Red Line since 1998.
One Wells Fargo Center, which was taken off the market after a deal to purchase it collapsed in July, could be up for sale again as soon as January, according to Hal Kempson, director of capital markets for CBRE. "Childress Klein will decide upon the first of next year (when) they'll do it," Kempson said Tuesday. "One Wells Fargo is going to go back up for sale."
In the latest wrinkle in the squabble over M/I Homes’ proposed Avery Park subdivision, the company has decided to wait two more weeks before having Huntersville take a final vote on the project, according to Whitney Hodges, senior planner for the town.
On Oct. 8, Todd Noell gave the Charlotte City Council some grim news. Noell, a consultant with Atlanta-based Noell Consulting, who was at the council meeting to present his company’s findings on the availability of affordable housing in the city, said Charlotte is woefully short on such housing.
Don’t go out to Coliseum Centre office park expecting to find a coliseum nearby. Or a gladiator. Or even a leather sandal.
Last week, Davidson College announced that the Duke Endowment is giving it $45 million, money the liberal arts school will use for construction projects.
Quick: On a scale of 1 to 100, what’s your “sentiment index”? That’s apparently the question the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo people ask homebuilders every month.
DAVIDSON – A $45 million stimulus package just landed at the feet of developers and builders willing to work in north Mecklenburg County.
Over 14 years, Cabarrus County charged builders and developers $8.45 million in special fees. But two months ago, the North Carolina Supreme Court declared the fees illegal. And that’s where it starts to get complicated, and where a whole other set of court cases will ensue.
Park Road Shopping Center opened in 1956 as the first open-air shopping center in the city and the biggest center between Atlanta and Washington D.C. The center has been almost 100 percent occupied for its entire history, according to a website operated by Edens.