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Public meetings remain before path for Hwy. 73 is finalized

By Dave Vieser.  Development along ​Hwy. 73 near Beatties Ford Road is stuck in the slow lane ​awaiting ​a decision on the​ ​preferred ​path for widening the​ key east-west connector. ​The road—much of it two lanes—supports commerce and commuters from Lincolnton to Huntersville to Concord and points east.​ The ​NC​DOT and local towns have talked […]

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Building for dog pub fetches $1.5 million

June 6. By Dave Yochum. A 12,699-square-foot property is going to the dogs, thanks to a Cornelius-based company. Lucky Dog Bark and Brew purchased an aging, single-user building in South Point Business Park for $1.5 million. “There was very little interest in this property from traditional office users because of the size of the building. […]

Workers line Marigold Place in the Blume subdivision in Harrisburg, NC.  150 homes have been built since construction began in 2013.  With 297 lots planned multiple homes are under construction with lots selling quickly. Photo by Marty Price

Finding solutions to workforce housing crisis

By Erica Batten. A “tidal wave” of rising home values is pricing housing out of reach for a wide range of ordinary people—everyone from musicians to teachers to firefighters. Case-Schiller says Charlotte single-family home prices rose 6 percent over the past year. Some neighborhoods are considerably higher, but the homes that rank and file workers want […]

Home on Jetton sells for $4 million

The highest-price transaction in North Meck so far this year is a $4 million deal for a 10,000 square foot lakefront home at 16909 Jetton Road, adjacent to The Peninsula in Cornelius. Lance Carlyle with Carlyle Properties listed the four-bedroom, five-bath estate. The house, which has a pool, a four-car garage, elevator and wine cellar, […]

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Canadian firm tees up redevelopment of Birkdale Golf Club

May 16. By Dave Vieser. Romspen, the Canadian company that owns Birkdale Golf Club, will invest $45 million into the aging complex. Plans include replacing the clubhouse, the addition of up to 225 apartments and a 155 room hotel. The application for the project was filed within the past week, and faces a lengthy review and approval […]

Allen Tate raises $161K with Tate Cares campaign

April 24. Allen Tate Realtors have raised $161,000 for local arts and cultural programs and United Way agencies in North and South Carolina. The Tate Cares campaign was managed by Stephanie Gossett, Allen Tate regional vice president. Each year, agents and employees are given the opportunity to support local and regional arts and cultural organizations and […]

Workers line Marigold Place in the Blume subdivision in Harrisburg, NC.  150 homes have been built since construction began in 2013.  With 297 lots planned multiple homes are under construction with lots selling quickly. Photo by Marty Price

Finding solutions to workforce housing crisis

By Erica Batten. A “tidal wave” of rising home values is pricing housing out of reach for a wide range of ordinary people—everyone from musicians to teachers to firefighters. Case-Schiller says Charlotte single-family home prices rose 6 percent over the past year. Some neighborhoods are considerably higher, but the homes that rank and file workers […]

After Beaty St. fight, Davidson has variety of new projects

By Erica Batten. When Mayor Rusty Knox and a handful of members of the Davidson Board of Commissioners met last month with citizens for the informal coffee chat, the discussion centered on one topic: The 19-acre Beaty Street property owned by the Town. Plans to develop the property for residential and commercial use were scrapped […]

Luxury brokerage opens offices in Davidson

Mitchell Prime Properties, a luxury real estate broker based in Winston-Salem, is opening offices in Davidson at 707 Peninsula Drive. It’s one sign that the luxury market around Lake Norman is getting more competitive and more recognition across the Carolinas. “Charlotte’s huge presence in the banking sector and proximity to a genuine international airport is […]

Corvid will invest $29 million in Mooresville HQ

March 27. Corvid Technologies will officially move its headquarters to Mooresville where it already has a sizable campus. The $29 million investment means 367 new jobs in physics-based engineering solutions for the defense, automotive, aircraft and biomedical industries. “North Carolina is the perfect choice for Corvid, thanks to our world-class universities, major military installations, and […]

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