CHARLOTTE – Charlotte-based new homebuilder Eastwood Homes recently presented more than $47,000 to Levine Children’s Hospital, donations it raised during an October charity golf outing at Raintree Country Club. “Thanks to our sponsors, we have been able to raise more ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Eastwood Homes is hosting its second annual golf outing Sept. 29 at Raintree Country Club in south Charlotte, with proceeds going to Levine Children’s Hospital The inaugural event in 2013 raised about $56,000 for the hospital. Teams of ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A pair of production homebuilding corporations were joined by a fast-growing local residential construction company in leading a 2013 surge in Mecklenburg County building permits. After a neck-in-Meck race all year, Fort Worth, Texas-based D.R. Horton opened up ...
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With one month to go in 2013, D.R. Horton and M/I Homes are for all practical purposes tied in the Mecklenburg County homebuilder of the year race. As of Nov. 30, Horton, based in Fort Worth, Texas, had pulled 242 ...Read More »
Nine construction firms based in the region made the cut among the top 100 privately held companies in the state, according to Chicago-based law firm Grant Thornton.
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Despite the wettest late spring-early summer in recent memory, the Charlotte-area boomlet in residential construction that started in January continued apace, according to building permit records kept by Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement.Read More »