Rob Fossi

Oct 11, 2012


Bob Nixon owns less than an acre of land at Anderson and North Davidson streets in the NoDa neighborhood. He’d like to redevelop it — into what he doesn’t know yet — but he said the blighted masses that are the Johnston and Mecklenburg mills, roughly three blocks from his land, have made him reluctant to do anything with his property.

Jun 3, 2011

Redeveloping the area’s textile mills can come with snags

The Charlotte area could soon see two more historic textile mills undergo a facelift and go from vacant to back in use. Plans are under way to restore and renovate […]

Apr 4, 2011

Developers take pass on upsetting $1.2M bid for mills

With no one challenging The Community Builders’ upset bid of $1.24 million, the Washington, D.C.-based affordable-housing developer is now poised to take ownership of two historic NoDa mills that are […]

Mar 25, 2011

NoDa mills bidding war goes into round 6

The Community Builders Inc. submitted another upset bid Thursday for two historic NoDa mills that are to be developed into a residential project, part of which will include affordable housing. […]

Mar 9, 2011

Round 3 in NoDa mills bidding war could become round 4 come Monday

Now in round three, the bidding war for two historic NoDa mills will go into round four if companies file upset bids Monday to redevelop the properties. The Community Builders […]

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