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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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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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Kavaliro moves to Uptown

Uptown’s commercial real estate market is thriving, as is Charlotte’s tech industry.  This recent Uptown deal marries both worlds. The Uptown Charlotte office scene just got a major new tenant with Kavaliro, an award-winning, national staffing and services company with a focus on the tech industry. The company made the move in order to be [...]

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Neighborhood spotlight: Belmont

The neighborhood of Belmont in Charlotte is one of the fastest growing and certainly one of the most quickly changing neighborhoods in town. Located east of Uptown on the other side of Interstate 277 from First Ward, Belmont is seeing a tremendous rise in property values, a drop in crime rates, and an increase in [...]

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Major residential projects are in the pipeline

Tons of residential development is on the horizon in some of Charlotte’s most popular neighborhoods. Some projects are already underway, and some are in the very early stages of planning, but all are significant additions to the Charlotte housing scene. Just north of Uptown on North Davidson Street, a three-acre plot of land will potentially be [...]

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South End/Uptown lead nation’s apartment boom

We have talked a lot about the apartment boom that is happening nationwide, and especially in Charlotte, and particularly in South End as well as Uptown. But now, it is official. Charlotte’s South End/Uptown has made the top 10 list by MFP Research as one of the busiest submarkets for apartment construction. The inventory growth rate [...]

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Uptown is more than just a place to work

Charlotte’s real estate industry is booming. There is one area of town, however, that is undergoing a particularly huge shift in its development. Uptown Charlotte was once a strictly corporate environment housing office buildings that catered to the nine-to-five employee.Now, this area of Center City is rapidly becoming an area full of activity 24 hours [...]

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Apartment market booms, self-storage business surges

A largely wooded and vacant one-acre lot near Interstate 277 is about to be home to a new mixed-use self-storage facility that will house shops and offices on the ground floor with storage units above them. A city zoning rule was changed late last year that made it easier for developers to build self-storage facilities [...]

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Charlotte is ready for the Super Bowl (party)

Get ready, Charlotte! Your team is in the Super Bowl. Your team. Is in. The Super Bowl! This is major news for the fans and the city of Charlotte alike. It’s ok if you can’t make it to the big game, but there is no need to watch the game from home. With so much [...]

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