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Reframing Charlotte: A Challenge

Reframing Charlotte: A Challenge

Santa Fe has its Spanish Pueblo; coastal South Carolina its Lowcountry style and the Midwest its Prairie School. Florida has its room. Charlotte historically has been architecturally dominated by Craftsman Bungalow and Colonial Revival homes, but they weren’t created in, ...

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CREW announces board members (access required)

Bobbi Jo Lazarus, senior tax manager at Elliot Davis LLC accounting, will serve as Commercial Real Estate Women’s Charlotte chapter president for 2014. Lazarus, who previously served as one of the chapter’s national delegates, succeeds Barbara Briccotto of Intec Group ...

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Lincoln Harris promotes Denise Dexter (access required)

Denise Dexter has been promoted to fill the newly created position of senior vice president, director of operations at Lincoln Harris, the Charlotte-based real estate development, brokerage and management company, according an announcement. As such, Dexter will become part of ...

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Charlotte real estate group honors planning director Campbell (access required)

Charlotte real estate group honors planning director Campbell <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

CHARLOTTE – From humble beginnings to rising to the top leadership of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department, Debra Campbell never forgets her past. The Tennessee native grew up in Chattanooga, Tenn., in a four-room house she shared with four siblings and ...

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N.C. Secretary of Commerce speaks to commercial real estate group in Charlotte (access required)

N.C. Secretary of Commerce speaks to commercial real estate group in Charlotte <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

CHARLOTTE – North Carolina’s economy continues to grow quickly, but in order to remain vibrant and keep moving forward, the business community must focus on fundamentals. That was the message from state Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker at the Commercial ...

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