Afshin Ghazi

Apr 9, 2012

Balfour Beatty giving EpiCentre $1M facelift

Late last month, the Charlotte office of Dallas-based Balfour Beatty started roughly $1 million in cosmetic and repair work at the Uptown entertainment complex that was mired in bankruptcy proceedings until a judge in March OK’d a liquidation plan that transferred EpiCentre ownership to Blue Air 2010.

Mar 12, 2012

Future for Ghazi projects largely unknown

When developer Afshin Ghazi was ordered to pay $1.5 million in a bankruptcy settlement last month, it marked the end of struggle to turn around the EpiCentre. Some say Ghazi will bounce back; others say his chances of getting financing are slim.

Dec 23, 2011

EpiCentre trustee remains unfazed as case heats up

Elaine Rudisill is OK with not being popular. And as court-appointed trustee for the EpiCentre – and one of the most powerful figures in the ongoing legal battle involving the […]

Nov 29, 2010

Ghazi: No plans for condos at EpiCentre

More than 300 investors purchased condominiums at Charlotte’s EpiCentre in hopes of enjoying a Center City lifestyle. But after five years of waiting, some investors, such as 36-year-old Andre Williams […]

Nov 16, 2010

Investor news brings hope to EpiCentre contractors, tenants

With an announcement that an unnamed investor may purchase a $93.9 million loan on the EpiCentre, a group of about 40 contractors and others who say they are owed more […]

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