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 »
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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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The Matthews town board held a public hearing on Monday night seeking comments on a proposed streamlining of the city’s codes into a “unified development ordinance,” combining zoning, subdivision regulations, flood prevention and housing under one umbrella.
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Mecklenburg Mill is getting closer to its multifamily rebirth, as Mecklenburg County has begun issuing building permits to Boston-based, nonprofit The Community Builders for work at the mill in NoDa.Read More »
Crescent Communities, the Charlotte-based commercial developer, has been issued almost $14 million in building permits to get started on Crescent Dilworth, its $58 million mixed-use apartment project at the intersection of Morehead Street and Harding Place.Read More »
Louise Cotton Mill, now known around town as Hawthorne Mill, is one of several old textile factories that serve as a historic reminder of what became known as Charlotte’s first true industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. But the redevelopment of Hawthorne Mill differs from new multifamily development in that developers can’t just come in and put up projects as they wish. There are strict guidelines governing historic properties that don’t apply to new projects.Read More »
While the apartment construction boom has permeated nearly all areas of Mecklenburg County – some areas more so than others – one area that has felt little of that effect is this northern Mecklenburg town near Lake Norman.But GCI Residential, an entity of suburban-Cleveland-based Goldberg Companies, has been permitted by Mecklenburg County to start on the second phase of its Legacy Cornelius apartment project, at Lake Pines Drive off Westmoreland Road.Read More »