David Furman wants to put Charlotte on the map as one of America’s most well-designed cities. He was recognized for his contributions April 23 as the recipient of the 2015 Charlotte Center City Partners Vision Award, which recognizes a community ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Charlotte native David Furman received the 2015 Center City Partners Vision Award on April 23 at an event at the Convention Center in uptown. The award recognizes a community leader who has made contributions to Charlotte’s uptown. Furman ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Construction of a new five-story Class-A office building at the corner of Kingston Avenue and Camden Road in Charlotte’s South End began Oct. 14. Two buildings will be demolished within the next week to make way for the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Somewhat lost in the apartment boom in South End, where developers are putting up thousands of units across the neighborhood, has been talk about the commercial development that will surely accompany all those multifamily units. The South End ...Read More »
Charlotte architect David Furman was inside a room of dozens of developers and builders who city officials had asked to get together to discuss the master plan for uptown. It was the late 1990s, uptown was still growing in starts ...
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Tired of the bitterly cold Michigan winters and in search of better job opportunities, Jeff Sharp moved to Charlotte in late 2007. With a background in custom homebuilding, Sharp, 26, changed gears shortly after moving to the Queen City and ...
Tagged with: Boulevard Centro David Furman David Walters Greg Godley Jeff Sharp Meeting Street Homes and Communities Monte Ritchey My Townhome Realty Robert Nixon Scott Dirkschneider Scott Lindsley T.J. Larsen Teresa KanterRead More »
When David Furman started looking in 2001 for a site for McCreesh Place, he discovered that no other single room occupancy developments existed in Charlotte. Furman, owner of Charlotte-based David Furman Architecture, would go on to spearheaded Charlotte’s first and ...
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Looking to generate some buzz for their new marketing and public relations company, Trafk Media, business partners Todd Trimakas and Matt Kokenes used chalk to create about 50 temporary ads on uptown sidewalks on Halloween. “It was a way to ...Read More »