development

Charlotte leaders weigh putting new transit center above or below ground

After initially proposing an underground bus center, Charlotte Area Transit System is asking riders whether they want the hub to be rebuilt above or on the...

‘Unreasonable demands’: Tepper’s real estate company removes Rock Hill and York County from creditor payout plan

David Tepper’s real estate arm, GT Real Estate, has an amended plan for repaying creditors that may limit how much and when the city of Rock Hill and...

Project update: Development replacing Midnight Diner will include two huge towers

The transformational $750M development going up in the Midnight Diner/Uptown Cabaret spot will look a little different from what Chicago-based Riverside...

David Tepper’s real estate company offers more than $82M to payout creditors and contractors

Creditor payouts mark the latest chapter in the David Tepper-Rock Hill debacle. Driving the news: GT Real Estate Holdings, LLC, David Tepper’s real...

Fresh renderings: Charlotte museum renamed for famed Captain Sully to break ground soon

The Carolinas Aviation Museum’s new facility will break ground on Sept. 27. State of play: The museum has been closed since July 2019 in preparation for...

The city will subsidize rents for low-income residents at an east Charlotte apartment complex

A developer plans to renovate the Peppertree Apartments on Central Avenue and turn them into affordable housing. And a local government-funded rental subsidy...

Renderings: NASCAR begins work on its sleek new local facilities

NASCAR kicked off construction last week on a new state-of-the-art facility out in Concord that’ll house its productions operations. About 125 employees...

Charlotte’s first public park reopens soon after a nearly $6 million makeover

Independence Park is scheduled to reopen in October after a $5.9 million facelift. As you move along 7th Street or Hawthorne Lane in Elizabeth, you can see...

In a major vote, Charlotte leaders approve new development rules

In the final major vote for the sitting city council, Charlotte leaders voted 6-4 to approve over 600 pages of development regulations Monday night. Why it...

Charlotte FC announces new headquarters in east Charlotte

Charlotte FC’s headquarters will end up in east Charlotte after all. The club will lease a Levine Properties site in east Charlotte, a representative...

5 ways Charlotte is rewriting development rules, besides single-family zoning

Charlotte City Council is slated to vote on a nearly 700-page rewrite of the rules that guide development in our fast-growing city, but most of the attention...

The roads are crumbling in this east Charlotte neighborhood. Who will fix them?

About 10 miles east of the dirt moving at Eastland, and even farther from the construction sites filling Plaza Midwood, residents in the Rocky Ridge...