downtown redevelopment

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Concord, Mooresville among 51 communities landing ‘Main Street’ honors

June 7. Fifty-one North Carolina municipalities have received “Main Street America” accreditation status for 2024, including Concord and Mooresville. The NC Main Street & Rural Planning Center works in partnership with Main Street America to identify local programs that meet national performance standards. To quality for Accredited status—Main Street America’s top designation tier—communities must demonstrate […]

Miles Atkins, former mayor of Mooresville

Former mayor is Downtown Mooresville’s ‘Main Street Champion’

May 15. Miles Atkins, the former mayor of Mooresville, was named Downtown Mooresville’s 2023 Main Street Champion by the North Carolina Main Street Program, which works to stimulate economic development within the context of historic preservation across the state. The Champion award is presented annually to individuals who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to downtown […]


Thompsons are named ‘Main Street Champions’

April 26. Paul and Kristin Thompson, who bought and redeveloped Broad Street Place in downtown Mooresville in 2019, have transformed the 21,000 square-foot building into a mixed-use community anchor with retail spaces and apartments while retaining the beloved Mooresville Ice Cream corner shop. The Mooresville Ice Cream Co. dates back to 1924. The North Carolina […]