Real Estate

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Meeting Street acquires 19 lots in Belmont

Cornelius-based Meeting Street Homes & Communities has acquired 19 lots in Belmont, sales have begun for the first of three townhome buildings in Meeting Street Towns at Seigle Point. Joe Roy is owner of Meeting Street.  The 1,593-square-foot townhomes have two to three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, an open floor plan with kitchen balcony and walk-in […]

Cornelius homebuilder creates English-themed village on waterfront in Davidson

Sept. 14. Cornelius-based Meeting Street Homes and Communities is bringing a taste of the U.K.’s Lake District to Davidson.  Ambleside at Davidson is on Lake Cornelius and has 1,000 feet of walking trails through the wooded landscape and along the waterfront amidst 14 single-family homes. Prices start in the low-$700,000s up to the mid-$800,000s, according to […]

Boards of adjustment have quasi-judicial standing

Aug. 24. A recent appeal filed by several homeowners in the Arrington development—a neighborhood of $300,000 homes off Bud Henderson Road on the western side of Huntersville—about the continued operation of the nearby Broken Arrow Shooting Range was unsuccessful. It leaves the NC Superior Court as their final recourse. The range was there for years […]

Stein Mart in Cornelius

Stein Mart bankruptcy will take out anchor store in Cornelius shopping center

Aug. 13. By Dave Yochum. The local store that was perfect for gifts of all kinds, not to mention discount fashions, bedding and even plus-size clothing, will close as part of a corporate-wide bankruptcy filing. Stein Mart has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and plans to wind down operations in the fourth quarter. All stores […]

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Project planned for prime commercial property in Cornelius

July 30. By Dave Vieser. Developer Jake Palillo is proposing a 252 unit multi-family complex along with retail and commercial on the White House Garden property adjacent to the Wher-Rena Boatland on West Catawba Avenue. The proposal went before the Cornelius Pre Development Committee this week. There may be some rough water ahead. “This may […]

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Homebuyers will be looking for COVID-19 precautions

May 26. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, real estate agents are meeting with buyers for home tours again, which can raise questions and concerns about safety amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Chelle Jeffery, a physician assistant at Novant Health New Garden Medical Associates, offers advice on how to stay safe—beyond social distancing—if you’re searching […]

Premier Sotheby’s International topped $5 billion in sales in ‘19

Feb. 12. Premier Sotheby’s International Realty total sales volume hit $5.2 billion in 2019, a 15 percent increase year-over-year. Average sales price was $725,116, up 3 percent from the year before. The Naples, Fla. brokerage, which has an office in Jetton Village, closed 7,129 transactions, up 11 percent from 2018. The North Carolina region reported […]

Real Estate Transactions Jan. 2020

Mecklenburg County 12/16/19 $455,000 Standard Pacific of the Carolinas to Mary Beth & Mark Davis, 16708 Setter Point Ln., Davidson 12/16/19 $405,000 Jon & Julie Giles to Douglas & Jennifer Poppen, 19100 Ruffner Dr., Cornelius 12/16/19 $295,000 Carmax Auto Superstores Inc. to Andrew & Melissa Kruep, 7913 Bridegegate Dr., Huntersville 12/17/19 $528,000 James & Debora […]

Allen Tate raises $144K for public education

Dec. 17. Regional events sponsored by Allen Tate this past fall brought in $144,000 for public education in the Carolinas. Allen Tate’s FUNday 22-year total is $2.35 million. FUNday is a fundraising event where agents and professional staff come together in a social setting, with vendor sponsors. For the first time this year, five regional […]

A TRAIN COULD MAKE IT FROM CHARLOTTE TO ATLANTA IN 2 TO 3 HOURS

If commuter rail is on track for Matthews, what happened to the North Line?

Nov. 12. By Debbie Griffin and Dave Yochum. As Charlotte ponders a $4 billion commuter rail between Matthews and Belmont—and a high-speed rail line between Charlotte and Atlanta is in the midst of discussion—it’s more and more clear that Lake Norman commuters are stuck with toll lanes and diminishing prospects for commuter rail. The Charlotte […]

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