“I think if you look where the apartment activity in the city is, you’ll see it’s trending in South End and in the northern part of the county,” said Charles Dalton, president of Charlotte-based Real Data.
CHARLOTTE – New neighborhoods built in some of Charlotte’s traditionally upscale areas could see an influx of affordable housing if two text amendments are approved by City Council. The amendments were drafted by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Planning Department to offer density incentives to builders who include a certain amount of affordable housing in building new [...]
When Christopher Herman got his architecture degree, he had aspirations to be the Frank Gehry of the Southeast. What he didn’t want to do was design, or be in charge of producing multifamily housing. But after a stint working for Cox Schepp Construction, the Queen City native is doing just that and says he's never been busier.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. today on creating incentives to build more affordable multifamily housing in Charlotte.