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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...

Escalating costs put nearly 900 affordable housing units at risk in Charlotte

Editor’s note: Charlotte City Council voted on November 28 to allocate around $20 million between Housing Trust Fund and American Rescue Plan Act money...

It would be ‘a criminal offense’ to change the Al Mike’s building, new owners say

Shortly after all the media buzz earlier this year that the Al Mike’s building in Fourth Ward was for sale, friends/business partners Steve Hood and...

New details on 32-story apartment tower replacing the Levine Museum in Uptown

Construction will begin next year on a $170 million luxury apartment complex at the former Uptown site of the Levine Museum of the New South. What’s...

Charlotte and the state’s “difference of philosophies” on addressing affordable housing

Charlotte leaders say they are hamstrung by the GOP-controlled state legislature when it comes to implementing regulations that aim to create affordable...

Nearly 30 families are being displaced by plans to redevelop a south Charlotte motel

On the other side of South Tryon Street from the nightlife in LoSo, children ride bikes and play in the trash-laden parking lot of a dilapidated motel....

A new park bigger than Romare Bearden is proposed for NoDa

Mecklenburg County wants to put a public park on floodplain property in NoDa in an area that’s surrounded by major new developments. What’s...

‘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...

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...

City incentives for affordable housing near transit only led to 8 units

More than three years ago, Charlotte City Council adopted a program to incentivize affordable housing along the light rail by allowing developers to build...