Reporters share the sights and sounds of uptown Charlotte during the Democratic National Convention.Read More »
Now that Crescent Resources has announced the possibility of building 150,000 square feet of office space on an uptown site, some aren’t so sure that’s the best idea. Industry officials say that, given the amount of vacant office space across the Charlotte area, now might not be the best time to dump more office space into the market.
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A 10-year, $700 million project that will transform eight blocks uptown had some changes approved by county commissioners on Tuesday night. Levine Properties, the developer, requested an amendment to part of their agreement with the county that said they would ...Read More »
More than a year after plans for the Skye condominium project were announced, the Uptown Charlotte project remains incomplete. Add in the troubled history of the building when it was known as The Park, and the 22-story structure has languished as an empty shell for almost three years.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 »
For the Democratic National Convention Committee, being given the keys to Time Warner Cable Arena this week is a bit like being entrusted with the keys to a parent’s car. The goal is to return it without a scratch.Read More »