CHARLOTTE – More than 70,000 people work in Uptown on a daily basis, but after work hours, most of them return to the comforts of their suburban homes. Uptown promoters and city officials have long expressed a desire to keep ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Crescent Acquisitions, a subsidiary of Charlotte-based Crescent Communities, got closer to buying an important chunk of land in Uptown, when the City Council on Monday night unanimously accepted a proposal from the developer to buy the land for ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Poor, poor Stratford; everyone wants to knock her down. The apartment complex, like much of the development along Park Road near Woodlawn Road, is aged and happens to be on a site primed for redevelopment. The Park and ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council has delayed until March its vote on a controversial proposed apartment project near Ballantyne so Trotter Builders, the developer, can address concerns raised at a public hearing and a work session. A vote on whether ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A 200-unit apartment project proposed for off Endhaven Lane in Ballantyne that has caused controversy in the neighborhood is one vote away from approval. After passing the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Zoning Committee on Feb. 4, the rezoning request which would ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – It was the best of times; it was the best of times. In the midst of a period of prosperity, the Charlotte apartment market is nowhere near the worst of times, with an ever-increasing supply of units coming ...Read More »
Epcon Communities this week reinforced its march into the region’s single-family market with the Huntersville Board of Commissioners’ approval of one of its communities of patio-style, detached condominium homes for adults 55 and older. On Jan. 6, after weeks of ...
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JLB Partners, a national developer and builder of multifamily properties, has sold Junction 1504 at Mainline Boulevard in South End to institutional investor Invesco Real Estate for $59 million. The 254,811 square foot Class AA apartment community has 281 one ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Up until a few months ago, one of the more recognizable intersections in the esteemed Dilworth neighborhood – Morehead Street and Kenilworth Avenue – was notable mainly for its row of abandoned office buildings, the most obvious being ...Read More »
DILWORTH – Crescent Communities, the Charlotte-based commercial developer, has started construction on the 296-unit Crescent Dilworth apartment project. Permits were issued for the project earlier this month, but construction started just this week on the $55 million apartment community, according ...
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