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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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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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Controversy surrounds new Elizabeth development

Big development plans are underway in Elizabeth, but not everyone is entirely thrilled with what could take place. While redevelopment is generally received with positive feedback, there is growing concern with the proposed building’s design and density, as well as potentially inadequate parking. Plans were presented by the developers at a meeting this past Monday, [...]

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