Charlotte’s first car-free apartments are well underway in Optimist Park

As the city debated over a car-free development in west Charlotte last year, another developer was quietly building a similar project in Optimist Park....

Scoop: Jewish deli with bagels and challah to open on Graham Street

The Jewish deli Meshugganah has signed a lease for its first brick-and-mortar location: A 3,000-square-foot space at an adaptive reuse development on Graham...

Records: Arrival turned down more than $2M in incentives for South End HQ

The state of North Carolina offered electric vehicle maker Arrival $2 million in incentives to open a North American headquarters in Charlotte, according to...

Charlotte FC takes startup approach to building a franchise

Marc Nicholls starts each day at the Charlotte FC headquarters by fist-bumping all 40 employees. He’s a two-time U.S. Soccer Coach of the Year and now...

David Tepper: “No way in hell” he’d build a domed stadium in Charlotte

David Tepper has shifted his thinking on plans for a new stadium in Uptown Charlotte. What he’s saying: “There’s no way in hell … that...

See inside LendingTree’s hip new South End HQ

LendingTree will begin moving its 600+ Charlotte employees into its new South End offices in waves, starting next week. The fintech company’s new...

Why Arrival is one of the most fascinating companies to plant roots in Charlotte

The British electric auto maker Arrival is using Charlotte as its new home base for reinventing how vehicle-making can be done quickly and sustainably....

SkyCYCLE, Charlotte’s first outdoor cycling studio, set to open in Dilworth

A group of former Flywheel instructors is opening the first open-air cycling studio in Charlotte. SkyCYCLE will be on the rooftop of the Dilworth Crossing...

Charlotte has eight companies on the 2021 Fortune 500 list

The Charlotte metro is once again home to eight Fortune 500 companies, according to the latest list from Fortune. Here’s where they all stand: 29. Bank...

YMCA Charlotte is considering redeveloping Johnston Y site

YMCA of Greater Charlotte is “formally exploring redevelopment on the site” of the Johnston Y in NoDa, the organization confirmed with Axios...

Charlotte boardrooms are still dominated by white men

An analysis of the boards of directors of the largest publicly traded companies in the Charlotte area show they still predominantly comprise older white men....

Scoop: Memos show top city staff at odds over Comprehensive Plan

The city’s economic development director wants the planning director to change several sections of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, according to memos...