development

6 biggest developments underway shaping South End

South End has evolved in recent years from an attractive neighborhood for young professionals into one of the most desirable office submarkets in the nation....

New light rail would drive development. But what about moving people?

Ask city officials whether the blue line was a success, and the first thing most point to is not ridership: It’s the wave of development along the route....

Prominent developer plans about 300 new rental townhomes in Charlotte

Crescent Communities, among Charlotte’s best-known developers, and the investment firm Pretium are spending $1 billion building more than 3,000 homes for...

5 major developments changing west Charlotte

A stretch of west Charlotte just outside of Uptown is witnessing a wave of new development. What’s happening: West Charlotte neighborhoods near uptown,...

26-story tower with skyline views breaks ground soon in Dilworth

In a few months, two New York firms will begin construction on a pair of buildings on Morehead that have a combined 626 apartments. One of the buildings will...

Update: YMCA Charlotte aims to maintain a NoDa presence amid Johnston Y redevelopment

YMCA of Greater Charlotte wants to maintain a presence on the Johnston Y site in NoDa even as the organization is  “formally exploring redevelopment on...

See renderings of the development that will forever change the heart of Plaza Midwood

We got our first look Tuesday at the proposed development at Central Square in Plaza Midwood, and the renderings are staggering. What’s happening:...

See inside Refuge, Plaza Midwood’s new hotel. It’s unlike any other in Charlotte.

The family-run hospitality group that built The Franklin in Chapel Hill will open their first Charlotte project this weekend: a small hotel in Plaza Midwood...

A developer aims to preserve the old Fourth Ward Bread building in a new Graham Street project

Fourth Ward Bread was only open for a year in a nearly century-old converted warehouse on Graham Street, from 2013 to 2014, before a fire wiped it out. Despite...

The long-awaited Gold Line streetcar is here

The extended Lynx Gold Line, stretching from Johnson C. Smith University to Plaza Midwood, opens Monday after a string of delays and controversies....

Rooftop bar and cigar lounge now open in Uptown’s newest tower

Brace yourself for the onslaught of flower wall selfies on your Instagram with two new bars now open in Binaco Tower. The big picture: After over a year of...

The Charlotte area is becoming more diverse

The Charlotte area is becoming more diverse, new census data show, with some of the fastest shifts happening in the suburbs. What’s happening:...