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Niners living finer: City wrestles with impacts of evolving student housing near UNCC (access required)

Niners living finer: City wrestles with impacts of evolving student housing near UNCC <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Off-campus student housing is no longer what it used to be – and that has created several quandaries for local policy makers contending with density, zoning and student safety in north Charlotte. Developers around UNC Charlotte have steadily been building ...

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Developers confident about Charlotte’s apartment market (access required)

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Local developers were bullish on the future of Charlotte’s apartment market at Bisnow’s Tuesday morning panel discussion on multifamily communities in Charlotte. Dubbed “New Development and Rezoning for the Future: Charlotte’s Multifamily Boom,” the breakfast at The Westin had more ...

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York Co. Planning Commission declines to endorse lake overlay (access required)

The York County Planning Commission had its first opportunity to publicly discuss a controversial amendment to the county’s Lake Wylie overlay ordinance at its meeting Monday night. The commission voted 4-3 against recommending approval by the York County Council, which ...

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State of the market: Slow and steady, and transitioning (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The days of being able to be “stupid” and still make money by buying troubled commercial properties and turning them around may be over, according to George Dewey IV and other commercial developers, but job growth and a ...

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