Oiles America, a supplier of bearing products for the auto industry, is expected to break ground this month on a $4 million expansion of its U.S. headquarters in Concord. Concord-based CM Black Construction is the general contractor for the project ...Read More »
Liberty Healthcare said it has determined when it will start building a $40 million retirement community in south Charlotte. Construction on Brightmore of South Charlotte will begin Aug. 22, Liberty said. The previously announced, 230,000-square-foot project is expected to feature ...Read More »
(Updated Aug. 2 at 12:26 p.m.) An assisted-living facility could open in southwest Mecklenburg County if a rezoning request for the approximately $8 million project is approved. Smith Packett, a Roanoke, Va.-based senior-housing developer, wants an institutional rezoning for 8.93 ...Read More »
With a high number of first-year students expected in the fall, the Charlotte School of Law is set today to start using 40,000 square feet in an Uptown building for classroom and other uses. The space is in Gateway Center, ...Read More »
No matter how hard they squint at traditional building plans, the Mecklenburg County code inspectors are bound to miss something. The problems often don’t show up until the inspector walks through after construction is finished. Jim Bartl says he thinks there is a better way.
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The law governing produce stands in the county could be further changed in the near future if the City Council passes an amendment recommended by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department. The main change is to clarify an earlier amendment that says ...Read More »
Jerry Reese’s latest legal swing has fallen short of unnerving his opponents. “Jerry Reese retaining counsel out of Greensboro doesn’t affect us at all,” Charlotte City Attorney Bob Hagemann said. “It doesn’t affect our approach or our confidence that ultimately none of his lawsuits will be successful.”Read More »