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Observer’s purchase in University area could open up prime Uptown space (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – More than 9 acres tax-valued at $45.3 million on Uptown’s South Tryon Street corridor, the past decade’s busiest development hotspot in the central business district, could be on the market as early as next year. The Charlotte Observer ...

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Crescent Communities begins construction on $55 million Dilworth apartments (access required)

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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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Crescent issued permits for $58 million Dilworth project (access required)

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.

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Crescent Communities starting work on Tennessee project (access required)

Crescent Communities, the Charlotte-based commercial development firm, has broken ground on Crescent Cool Springs, a $42 million, 252-unit multifamily project at Carothers and Resource parkways, just off Interstate 65.

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Crescent eyes apartments in Dilworth, but will the community accept? (access required)

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Dilworth residents aren’t afraid to fight developers wishing to start projects in their neighborhood. In November, after months of protest from the neighborhood – front-yard signs included – the Charlotte City Council rejected a rezoning request that sought to bring a Walgreens and an office building to Dilworth. Residents said it didn’t match the area plan, or their vision, for the community.

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