On the Level apologizes to Frank Spencer. All the articulate gent wanted to do was talk about Habitat for Humanity Charlotte. But we kept interrupting him and encouraging him to digress. That's because Spencer, president of the Charlotte affiliate of the national affordable-housing nonprofit, is a dang interesting guy.
Balancing on a ladder and simultaneously trying not to drip paint from a brush would be a piece of construction cake for a contractor. But for Elaine Bryant of Mooresville, it’s a miracle moment.
MATTHEWS — Two projects are being planned for this normally development-quiet south Mecklenburg County town, one that is part of larger neighborhood revitalization effort by the town and another that is an unusual sports-training center. Both have been endorsed by the town’s planning staff and are headed for a town Planning Board meeting Tuesday and [...]
When the international media swarmed to Charlotte last week, some in the real estate business were drawn to the crowds. The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, the company that owns Skye Condominiums, and Habitat for Humanity are among those that couldn’t resist drawing attention to themselves during the DNC.
At a time when many builders are struggling to sell homes, a new subdivision is expected to pop up in Charlotte. And Habitat for Humanity is behind it. That’s according to Ann Pilkington, an associate attorney with Charlotte-based law firm Horack Talley, who told The Mecklenburg Times that she’s representing Habitat in the deal. Habitat plans to buy [...]