A landowner in Charlotte has reached a $2.825 million settlement with the city of Charlotte after it took 2.2 acres of land in one of the city’s trendiest and fastest-growing neighborhoods to build a new fire station, his attorneys ...Read More »
Down to their third strike Monday night, the Charlotte Knights rallied and won the Charlotte City Council’s approval of a rezoning that will allow signage on the exterior walls of BB&T Ballpark. The 10,000-seat, $54 million ballpark is under construction on 8.42 acres surrounded by Graham Street, West 4th Street, Mint Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Opening of the park is about a year away.Read More »
The Charlotte City Council is set to vote on a text amendment to the city’s zoning ordinance at tonight’s council meeting. Several potential and existing breweries approached the city last year requesting increased opportunities for development. In February, the first ...Read More »
On a “phenomenal” point lot nearly surrounded by water, this single-family waterfront property is "one of the better lots" on Lake Norman, according to selling agent Lori Jackson. The property was appraised in 2011 at about $1.9 million and has a heated square footage of 6,866. Jackson, with Ivester Jackson Properties, said the home is gated, making it "very private" and is a "classic style" home.
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In bidding on government construction projects in North Carolina, local contractors soon may discover that close is close enough. Bills moving through the North Carolina General Assembly could give a second shot at a project to a local contractor who appears to lose out to a lower bidder from outside the area.
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Charlotte-based National Gypsum, a building products manufacturer, will sponsor DIY Network’s Blog Cabin 2013 and will use the sponsorship to launch a campaign for the company’s new product line. At the INTEX Construction Expo in San Antonio, National Gypsum will ...Read More »
Charlotte East is about to become 88 percent occupied thanks to its latest addition: Women, Infants and Children, known as WIC, a clinic service provided by the Mecklenburg County Health Department. WIC signed a lease for 10,401 square feet in ...Read More »
The city of trees is about to get less green. Pulte Homes has submitted sketch plans to develop a subdivision of 93 homes on 55 mostly tree-covered acres on Hugh Forest Road. According to a city ordinance, Pulte would be allowed to remove about 44.5 acres of trees to make room to build.
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