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Tenant-acity In the complicated sphere of tenant-owner relationships, tenants are demanding more (access required)

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Not long ago, when potential tenants were seeking office space across the city, they were at the mercy of the landlord or owner.Those conversations changed during the recession, when vacancy rates were climbing and landlords were grasping for tenants. But as Charlotte moves back toward a landlord’s market, tenants aren’t relinquishing all the cards they’ve been handed.

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New 7-Eleven coming to Charlotte (access required)

CHARLOTTE – Morgan Property Group, a developer based in the city, is bringing a 7-Eleven store to the intersection of North Wendover and Marvin roads, close to the Cotswold neighborhood. MPG announced last week that the company paid $1.6 million ...

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City needs rezoning for planned light rail Park-and-Ride station (access required)

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With the ground already broken and funding approved for the 9.3-mile, $1.16 billion Lynx Blue Line Extension, the wheels are in motion for the light rail trains to go as far north as UNCC by 2017. But that’s only if the city doesn’t get in its own way in the process. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department on July 22 filed a petition, asking to change the zoning on more than 11 acres in University City to accommodate the development and construction of a park-and-ride station.

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