CHARLOTTE — The city hopes to turn the former Eastland Mall site into a transit-oriented, mixed-use hub that will suite both public and private interests. A concept for the site, which was presented to the city’s Economic Development and Global ...Read More »
Institutional investors bought nearly 18 percent of all single-family homes sold in Mecklenburg County in 2012, and own one in every 31 homes in the county, one of the highest rates in the country, according to figures released Thursday by ...Read More »
The town of Pineville has opted not to renew a 30-year-old annexation agreement with the city of Charlotte meant to keep municipalities from fighting over unincorporated tracts in Mecklenburg County. As a result, Mecklenburg County is now resigned to officially ...Read More »
The elderly population in Mecklenburg County is set to explode over the next 25 years and beyond, bringing with it a host of new challenges to affordable housing, infrastructure and already overtaxed social services. Indeed, the county outpaces projected national ...
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Mecklenburg County has dropped its plan to expand a mandatory recycling program that would have included construction sites for single-family residential, commercial and multifamily projects. Last year, an advisory committee recommended changes to the existing source separation ordinance, or SSO, that ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Charlotte City Council has approved an incentive package for Sealed Air Corp., which announced last month that it’s moving its headquarters from New Jersey to Charlotte. The package approved by City Council on Monday provides the company more than ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools are competing in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s energy-saving competition. More than 5,500 buildings and more than 100 teams are battling it out to see who can save the ...Read More »