development

High-end apartment tower breaks ground soon in midtown

The apartment developer Northwood Ravin will break ground soon on a 27-story luxury residential tower in midtown, a project that could evolve the whole vibe of...

Charlotte 49ers approve more funding for football stadium expansion

The Charlotte 49ers are pressing forward with football stadium expansion. Driving the news: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s board of...

The restoration of a rare, historic theatre in Uptown will finish in 2024 despite numerous hurdles

The partially restored Carolina Theatre needs a bit more time and money before it opens as Uptown’s long-promised civic hub. Charlotte City Council voted...

New renderings: NoDa-area development adds a billiards bar and event venue to its lineup

The Pass, a mixed-use development near NoDa, has signed two more tenants and completed its first phase of construction. What’s happening: Pass 41 is the...

Massive rail facility would stifle South End’s growth, opponents say

In the midst of the South End boom, the state is planning to use large tracts in a key part of the neighborhood for a train maintenance facility expansion. The...

Seventh and Tryon problems ran deep, records show

Charlotte-based Truist Bank backed out as a major main office tenant at the Seventh and Tryon development, records obtained by Axios show. That was one of the...

Tipsy Pickle to open at Camp North End in 2024

Pickleball is coming to Camp North End. What’s happening: Charlotte entrepreneurs Mike Salzarulo, the co-owner of Protagonist, and Tanner Brooks, the...

Charlotte airport will soon open renovated checkpoint and portion of terminal lobby

Charlotte Douglas International Airport is nearing completion of key parts of its $608 million terminal lobby expansion. Why it matters: Charlotte outgrew its...

New section of greenway connects SouthPark to the Cross Charlotte Trail

You can now travel from SouthPark to Park Road Park and the Cross Charlotte Trail using a new stretch of greenway. Driving the news: The first phase of the...

New renderings: Pickleball courts are coming to Uptown

Charlotte Athletic Club is getting a $2 million facelift, which will include a new name and Uptown’s first pickleball courts. What’s...

Johnston Y will remain open “for the foreseeable future”

Months after announcing plans to close by the end of 2023, YMCA officials have reversed course, confirming Thursday that the beloved Johnston YMCA in NoDa will...

Little brick building underscores Charlotte’s big battles to preserve history, manage growth and find parking

In the late 19th century, Dilworth was built as a suburb centered on a streetcar, with wide roads and driveway-less houses. Today those avenues are lined with...