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Yet another office tower planned along the light rail line in South End

Developer Cousins Properties is planning an office tower at 205 E. Bland St., a property that’s currently a surface lot adjacent to the light rail and...

New renderings: Work begins on Charlotte’s innovation district and med school campus

Crews officially broke ground Tuesday on a state-of-the-art innovation district called “The Pearl” in midtown, which will house the Wake Forest...

New renderings: Former textile mill to become 400,000-square-foot development with loft apartments and retail

A major redevelopment in Rock Hill will transform an old textile mill into a 400,000-square-foot mixed-used development, filled with offices, retail and loft...

An affordable housing enclave in the heart of pricey Davidson will be sold

A housing community for some of the poorest residents in Davidson, a well-off town north of Charlotte, will be put up for sale, leaving residents in flux....

Commercial real estate trends to watch in Charlotte

Cranes and construction crews pack Charlotte. Ongoing projects jam up traffic. It feels like there’s a new apartment complex going up everywhere you...

The most anticipated Charlotte developments set to break ground in 2023

It already feels like cranes dot the Charlotte skyline. But get ready for even more major developments to break ground in 2023. Why it matters: Out-of-town...

Can Brooklyn’s redevelopment bring back a once-thriving Black business district?

With long-awaited Brooklyn Village project set to break ground soon, the developers say they plan to include minority-owned businesses in the redevelopment of...

Team behind Charlotte’s first parking-less apartments doubles down in fast-developing Mill District

The developer of Charlotte’s first zero-parking apartment building is continuing to make a splash in north Charlotte with two more multi-family projects....

Urbanists have big-city dreams. Charlotte has a car-centric reality

An urbanist movement is sweeping the nation as residents of fast-growing cities fight to make them more pedestrian friendly. It’s difficult to narrowly...

Dilworth Neighborhood Grille: ‘We are not going anywhere’

Dilworth Neighborhood Grille is not moving, despite the fact that its property on East Morehead is being rezoned. That’s according to owner Matt...

Nonprofit proposes a 37-acre signature park for Charlotte

The nonprofit Friends of Queens Park is proposing transforming 37 acres of land owned by the county, city and private developers between North Tryon and North...

Charlotte Pipe hires CBRE to market huge Uptown property

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry has hired commercial real estate firm CBRE to market the manufacturer’s 55.5-acre site bordering Uptown and South End — and...