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Urban Market and Craft Cocktail Lounge Planned for Dilworth

If you have been wondering what will take over the approximately 11,000 square foot long empty 131 Main/Cu Copper space on the corner of East Boulevard and Scott Avenue in Dilworth, your wait is over. The People’s Market @ Dilworth, which will offer an all-in-one urban market, deli, bakery, and cafe, is aiming for an [...]

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New brewery opening soon in Plaza Midwood

Even more craft beer is making its way to the Queen City, with a new brewery that is slated to open in May and that will be popping up in a very desirable neighborhood.  Located just a block from the Harris Teeter in the heart of Plaza Midwood, Resident Culture brewery will be occupying an old [...]

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Bank of America signs huge lease in new Uptown tower

The new 33-story office tower under construction in Uptown at the corner of Church Street and Hill Street just scored a massive tenant. Bank of America recently signed a lease for approximately 500,000 square feet with plans to move in at the end of 2019. The massive lease will allow Bank of America to consolidate [...]

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Tons of development is happening along Stonewall Street and beyond

The Stonewall Street corridor and the area just south of it in Dilworth and South End are undergoing some major construction and development, possibly making this stretch one of the busiest areas in Charlotte, according to a recent article in The Charlotte Observer.There is currently a major gym expansion, over 1,400 new apartments, and approximately [...]

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South End’s new storage facility will be a stunner

The growing neighborhood of South End has seen quite a bit of development over the past few years. One of the newest projects on the horizon is a new self-storage facility, though it will be a completely different storage building than you are probably envisioning–You know the one, with cinderblock walls and unattractive aluminum doors, [...]

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Plenty of new development, not without hurdles

Plenty of new developments are happening all over town and include new residences, eateries, lodging and more. Most of the development on the horizon has been welcomed with open arms. A few projects, however, have been a little more controversial. A new townhouse development on Sharon Lane between Providence Road and Heathmoor Lane concerns residents [...]

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Plaza Midwood home to new apartment and retail development

One305 Central is a new apartment building in Plaza Midwood that is slated to be completed this summer. The $50 million project will not only include 281 brand-new apartments, but will also include single-story retail space at the corner of the property. The space is going to be remodeled and released to a restauranteur in [...]

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New Common Market location coming to Oakhurst

Just outside of the ever desirable neighborhood of Cotswold, a new location of the Common Market will be opening in the Oakhurst neighborhood, and the store will  appropriately be called Common Market OakWold. The company had originally planned to open a South End location, but the Oakhurst location just seemed to make more sense. Many people [...]

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New mixed-use project planned for Uptown

As if there hasn’t been enough happening in Charlotte’s city center, yet another significant development is in the works that will have both a residential and commercial component. A major piece of property in Uptown Charlotte was just sold for $23 million with the goal of ultimately developing a mixed-use project, which will occupy an entire block of real estate [...]

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NoDa booms with new mixed-use developments

Commercial development projects just keep pushing forward in Charlotte, and now two more new mixed-use projects are in the works that will feature retail, fine dining and fantastic patio space.On the same strip as the original NoDa Brewing location in the Optimist Park/Willow Heights neighborhood, you can expect two new separate buildings with storefronts along [...]

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