Clay Grubb has taken his family’s business in a new direction since he took over as president in 2001, turning Grubb Properties into an employee-owned company and expanding into new markets in the Southeast. The developer, which specializes in multifamily ...Read More »
The historic Billingsville Rosenwald School is getting a much needed facelift. Founded in 1927, the brick building on Leroy Street in the Grier Heights neighborhood is undergoing a $500,000 renovation that will maintain the historical accuracy of the school’s importance ...
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Dawn McGee says the initial idea two years ago was simple enough. She and husband Dan decided to add a screened porch onto the back of their 3,429-square-foot home in the Ballantyne Country Club subdivision. “My husband thought it would ...Read More »
Professional, eloquent, caring and active. This was the impression Ken Szymanski gave off during his interview with The Meck Times recently. Szymanski has been the executive director at the Greater Charlotte Apartment Association for 28 years, and it’s obvious that ...Read More »
Custom homebuilder Wade Miller says he has found his niche – the downsizer looking for smaller space. His company, Copper Builders, has two town home developments in the works. They are Lumina Townhomes, a 13-unit site in South End, and ...Read More »
Travis Croxton grew up around oysters. About a decade ago, Croxton and his cousin, Ryan, teamed up to revive their family’s century-old harvesting business in Virginia. That eventually led to Croxton opening restaurants along the East Coast under his Rappahannock ...
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Alan Staten, president and owner of Association Management Solutions (AMS) in Lake Wylie, S.C., gave The Meck Times his thoughts on managing homeowners associations (HOAs) in the Greater Charlotte area. His job includes advising HOA boards, as well as being ...
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