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More stories about Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, NC-SC

  • Branching Out

    Architects are offering supplemental services as a way of staying afloat in a tough economy.

  • The New Normal, part 2

    Can urban, multifamily rentals drive the economy forward?

  • North Carolina Compromises on Energy Code

  • N.C. Nonprofit Achieves Green Firsts

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Affordable Housing Group of North Carolina, a nonprofit developer based in Charlotte, is taking affordable housing to a new level in the state.

  • Reaching Their Limits

    AS THE GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED enterprises (GSEs) continue to dominate the multifamily lending arena, many institutional lenders are shying away from new originations.

  • People

    Tracy Bowers, a multifamily industry veteran, was named the senior director of real estate for Charlotte, N.C.-based Greystar Real Estate Partners.

  • One Bryant Park

    One Bryant Park, located just a block from Times Square on 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue, is scheduled to be the first LEED Platinum–certified skyscraper in the United States. Designed to house the New York offices of Bank of America (BoA), the building aspires to be a landmark, both for its...

  • On the Line

    Charlotte, N.C.—Approximately 1,200 multi family units in four developments are going up within about a half-mile of each other along the city's new lightrail line.

  • Southeast At-a-Glance

    The Apartment Association of North Carolina has been making the case for allowing the “hot water capture/cold water allocation” method of water submetering, and the Charlotte City Council recently endorsed the industry’s proposal.

  • Manufacturer Moves July 14, 2008