Columbus, Ohio-based M/I Homes has plans to develop two new residential subdivisions, one to the south of Charlotte and the other to the north. Cameron Creek, planned for Tega Cay, S.C., is much further along in the development pipeline, said ...Read More »
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Buyers beware. A gang of itinerant con artists known as the “Irish Travelers” have been spotted in Lincoln County. The sheriff’s department issued a warning to residents to be on the lookout for these transient contractors who authorities say target ...Read More »
ROCK HILL, S.C. – The city of Rock Hill could soon be home to a Walmart Neighborhood Market, among other commercial development, if the City Council follows the recommendation of the Planning Commission. On Tuesday night, the Planning Commission voted ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Crescent Communities plans to add 150 luxury rooms to the Inn at Palmetto Bluff’s 50 cottages in a more than $100 million expansion of the South Carolina resort, the company announced Dec. 23. The expansion will include new and ...
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CHARLOTTE – Trinity Partners, a locally based commercial real estate firm, on Monday opened a new office in Greenville, S.C., according to the company. The Greenville office is Trinity’s first outside of N.C., where the company also has a Raleigh ...Read More »
The pressures of commercial development around Rock Hill’s efforts to revitalize its urban core may force the city to demolish a historic building on Main Street. On Dec. 12, Rock Hill’s board of historic review voted to remove the historic ...
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Work begins next month on a $2.7 million project in Charleston, S.C., to restore a section of the promenade and Battery seawall dating to 1919. Renovations to other sections of the Battery, which winds more than a mile along the shore where the Ashley and Cooper rivers, will follow in the future.Read More »