Since 2001, Charlotte-based Regent Homes has been building homes in Catawba River Plantation. The community is near the U.S. National Whitewater Center, a city of Charlotte-funded project that opened in 2006. Designed for thrill-seekers and outdoor-lovers, the center features rafting and zip lines, among other attractions.
A sidewalk will come to a dangerous stretch of a city street in west Charlotte that now has no walkway. But pedestrians should continue to beware; the project will take at least three years and perhaps four. That’s what city officials told a group of 15 people at a meeting Tuesday at University Memorial Baptist [...]
The dragged-out death of Eastland Mall turned some dedicated free-market advocates into pragmatic backers of government intervention. The Charlotte City Council on Monday voted unanimously to spend $13.2 million to buy the mall property.
The Streets of Toringdon, a shopping center on Johnston Road in Ballantyne, may add a hotel and retail building if a rezoning request is approved by the Charlotte City Council.
Residents of east Charlotte who have longed for something to happen with the Eastland Mall property have finally seen some progress.
In a move that one official says will make the city’s zoning ordinance more flexible, a firm is set to be paid nearly $150,000 to give the city feedback on the ordinance.
Killing a $926 million capital-investment plan that would have funded affordable-housing projects and new police stations, among other things, the Charlotte City Council decided Monday not to increase the property tax rate.
Construction companies saw job opportunities vanish Monday night when the Charlotte City Council rejected a $926 million capital investment plan after failing to reach an agreement on the plan's size.
The following requests won unanimous support from the council during the last zoning meeting of the Charlotte City Council.
In a few months, something is going to happen in Charlotte’s real estate market that hasn’t happened in about four to five years. Construction will begin on speculative retail space.