development

Renderings: Huge German brewer details plans for LoSo facility

This story was last updated May 11 at 2pm to include renderings and an interview with Mike Gaertner. The 475-year-old brewer Gilde plans to open its first...

See renderings: Work begins on Plaza Midwood hotel

The family-run hospitality group that built The Franklin in Chapel Hill has begun construction on their first Charlotte project: a small hotel in Plaza Midwood...

How Camp North End evolved from a missile assembly plant to a neighborhood hotspot

Before Camp North End was home to one of Esquire’s best new restaurants in America, or the offices of a Fortune 50 health care giant, the huge site off...

NoDa and surrounding areas get a new brand that’s a nod to the past

You won’t find many Charlotte communities that repurpose decades-old buildings quite like NoDa, Villa Heights, Belmont and Optimist Park do. What’s...

See renderings of the upgrades at Bank of America Stadium

Renovations recently began at Bank of America Stadium to make the facility ready to have Charlotte FC, the city’s new Major League Soccer team, begin...

The Wilkinson bump is gone!

The “bump” on Wilkinson is finally gone, and Charlotteans are rejoicing — but also confused. You only had to drive over it once to know what...

Long-awaited East Side rec center opens today with a lazy river, gym and walking trails

After months of pandemic-related delays, the highly anticipated Eastway Regional Recreation Center opens Wednesday at 11:30am, albeit with limited capacity for...

Micro-retail and micro-apartments are coming to NoDa

Centro Cityworks and Ascent Real Estate Capital are developing a NoDa block into micro-retail and micro-apartments, similar to what they did in South End with...

New med school campus could include hundreds of apartments and hotel rooms

Atrium Health on Monday filed a rezoning for its new medical school campus in midtown. The 1.3 million-square-foot development could contain educational and...

Vegas-style casino in Kings Mountain moves forward

Note: This story was first published Jan. 28, 2021. It was updated March 25, 2021 to include news of the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ approval. The Catawba...

Why there’s such a fuss over duplexes and triplexes

Charlotte, you may have heard, is considering eliminating single-family-only zoning. Proponents say it could usher in more density and more equitable...

Axios guide to all the Charlotte plans

If you’ve tried to engage with local issues this year, you might find yourself asking, “What’s with all of these plans?” We get it:...