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Construction set to start on Northlake Plaza (access required)

The first building in Northlake Plaza, a planned shopping center across from Northlake Mall on W.T. Harris Boulevard, has been permitted by Mecklenburg County. Trent Gustafson, president of Charlotte-based Percival McGuire, the developer on the project, said he expects construction on the $902,000, 9,500-square-foot building to start within 30 days. He said the building should be finished in six months.

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Area real estate 
agents triumph at NCAOR (access required)

All three Charlotte-area real estate agents running for 2012 board positions with the North Carolina Association of Realtors were successful in their bids. Cindy Chandler of The Chandler Group was elected to the NCAOR National Association of Realtors director position. ...

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Lease renewed for Park Abbey space (access required)

Netherlands-based Randstad will be sticking around a little longer at the Park Abbey Building. According to the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors’ blog, Adam Farber and Kent Lamm of Percival McGuire Commercial Real Estate completed a five-year lease renewal ...

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FSI buys Hebron Street building (access required)

FSI Intermodal Specialists has purchased a 17,920-square-foot building at 520 Hebron St. to serve as a distribution center for a major window and door manufacturing company, according to a blog from the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors. The purchase price ...

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Charlotte 
agents seek NCAOR seats (access required)

Three Charlotte real estate agents are running for board positions with the North Carolina Association of Realtors. Tony Smith, a Realtor with Wanda Smith & Associates and a past member of the board of directors of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, is ...

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Hearings for rezoning requests delayed after public notices fail to run

Five rezoning requests that were supposed to be heard today by the Charlotte City Council have been rescheduled for next month. According to the agenda for the combined zoning and business meeting, the public hearings have been deferred until 6 ...

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Steinbauer Tuning Technologies relocates to Charlotte

Austria-based Steinbauer Tuning Technologies has moved its U.S. subsidiary from Chicago to southwest Charlotte. A press release from the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce says Steinbauer has bought a 4,200-square-foot office-warehouse condo unit at 364 Crompton St. near the Westinghouse Boulevard interchange with ...

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County takes new approach to measuring commercial property values (access required)

Some in the real estate industry are big fans of it. Others have questions and suspicions. In a new move for Mecklenburg County’s assessor’s office, commercial properties that are being reassessed for 2011 property tax values will have an income-based ...

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