CHARLOTTE – Since a development group announced in January 2013 plans to build the tallest residential building in Uptown since the 50-story The Vue, a lot has happened in the neighborhood’s multifamily market. Childress Klein Properties, a local development company, ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Kent Walker is sitting on 13.594 acres of prime Uptown real estate, spread across four parcels, that he can’t get off his hands quickly enough. Yet developers aren’t biting. Walker, who doesn’t own the land but instead is ...Read More »
The Matthews town board held a public hearing on Monday night seeking comments on a proposed streamlining of the city’s codes into a “unified development ordinance,” combining zoning, subdivision regulations, flood prevention and housing under one umbrella.Read More »
The Eastland Mall demolition itself may be procedural, but as the walls fall on a mall that was once one of the most popular shopping destinations in the city, it’s not hard to picture the transition from debris to development. The city is now one step closer to that possible development, as it held the first meeting on Wednesday with Studio Charlotte Development to discuss the company’s proposal to build a film studio complex on the 80-acre Central Avenue site.
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CHARLOTTE – Proffitt Dixon Partners, a developer based in the city, finally has closed on a 2.28-acre parcel of land just inside the Interstate 277 loop, at the intersection of Stonewall and McDowell streets. Kent Winslow, a city development manager, ...
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After successful careers in the real estate industry, Stuart Proffitt and Wyatt Dixon found themselves at a crossroads. The economy was in the crapper, their once-lucrative jobs at big Charlotte firms were either in a state of flux or being ...Read More »