CHARLOTTE – City Council members on Monday night voted to approve a site plan amendment that will allow Levine Properties to build a 25-story hotel and apartment tower on an empty piece of land at the Metropolitan mixed-use property in ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE – Levine Properties wants to add 175 hotel rooms – and 35 vertical feet – to an apartment development planned for the Midtown neighborhood just south of Uptown. The Charlotte City Council in 2005 approved the developer’s plans for ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Cherry was founded in the late 1800s as Charlotte’s first workforce housing, a neighborhood for skilled and unskilled black laborers. That’s the history, and history is key to the present and future of the city’s second-oldest traditionally black ...
Tagged with: anthony hunt Biddleville Bob Hagemann Charlotte Center City Partners Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission cherry cherry community organization cherry neighborhood Cherrytown Bungalows Deborah Ryan historically black neighborhoods LaWana Mayfield Metropolitan Midtown Myers Park Patsy Kinsey Revolve Residential Ron Carlee stonehunt development llc Stonehunt LLC stoney sellars Sylvia Bittle Patton The Grove at Cherry Tracy Finch DodsonRead More »
CHARLOTTE – In the latest round of rezoning petitions submitted to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department, just about the entire menu of living quarters have been proposed. Developers are looking to add apartments, single-family homes, a community for senior citizens and ...
Tagged with: Affordable Housing Group of North Carolina apartment project Charlotte city council Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department Golden Triangle #2 Kyle Short Lat Purser & Associates Levine Properties Metropolitan rezoning The Drakeford Group Wilkison PartnersRead More »
Earth is moving this week on a 2.5-acre patch of the Metropolitan district slated to become home to a 261-unit, Class A apartment complex tentatively named in public documents as South Kings Midtown. The project is owned and being built by Lennar Multifamily Inc., according to public records, as part of a $1 billion nationwide dive into the apartment feeding frenzy by the single-family homebuilding giant Lennar Corp.Read More »