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Amazon HQ2 bid for Providence, Rhode Island
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Amazon HQ2, This Could Have Been You

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Office workers
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Want Happy Office Tenants? There's An App For That

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Turns Out, Walking To Work Is Also Healthy For A Retail Economy
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Turns Out, Walking To Work Is Also Healthy For A Retail Economy

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The Business Case For Hiding Your Building's Coolest Features
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The Business Case For Hiding Your Building's Coolest Features

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Charlotte City Planning Director Taiwo Jaiyeoba, visiting planning expert Mitchell Silver and Crescent Communities President of Commercial and Mixed Use Brian Leary speak to community members at a Unified Development Ordinance meeting.
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When A City Completely Rewrites Its Development Rules, It Wants Everyone Involved

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Camp North End's Boileryard
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Camp North End's Latest Creative Entity Will Be Provided By A Bank

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SilverPark North
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Southeast Industrial Continues To Grow; Charlotte Named A Market To Watch In 2018

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Eagle Lake residents at a party
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Paving Paradise: Airport Official Propose Industrial Park Beside Secret Natural Haven

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Retail block in NoDa
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Private Investors Purchase Prominent Block In NoDa

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Tryon Street between 8th and 7th streets
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Uptown Charlotte Blocks To Get Complete Makeover With Mixed-Use Project That Includes New Library

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Alchemy: The Works salon owner Kyle Gates
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Once The Big Players Move In, Will Camp North End Still Be Cool?

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Crescent Communities NOVEL NoDa is located next to LYNX Light Rail's 36th Street Station.
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Charlotte's Light Rail: A City Changed Forever

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Charlotte skyline view from Ascent Uptown
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New Tower Will Add To Charlotte’s Transforming Skyline

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Atlanta Firm Buys Huntersville Office Buildings For $62.5M
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Atlanta Firm Buys Huntersville Office Buildings For $62.5M

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An Arlington, Virginia-based investor has bought its fourth North Carolina multifamily project in the past 8 months, with the acquisition of 301-unit Montclaire Estates for $24.2M.

Blackfin Real Estate Investors predicts strong rental success with Montclaire Estates, given its proximity to the LYNX Blue Line.
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Arlington Investor Purchases Fourth N.C. Apartment Community

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Christine Weber commutes to work in Uptown Charlotte via bicycle.
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If Charlotte Is To Become A ‘City of Bikes,’ Will Developers Do Their Part?

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West Sugar Creek Road, Charlotte
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$30M Apartment Project Proposed In Crime-Ridden Sugar Creek Corridor

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Bi-Lo in Beaufort, S.C.
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Winn-Dixie Grocery Parent Company Bi-Lo Prepares For Bankruptcy Filing

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RCI Demolition tore down an office building located on an outparcel of SouthPark Mall, Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.
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SouthPark Mall Parcel To Be Demolished For New Luxury Apartments

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Davidson Street Public House property is up for rezoning
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NoDa Board Overrules Members' Wishes, Supports Davidson Street Public House Rezoning

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The Next Wine Country Contender Is — Wait, Charlotte?
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The Next Wine Country Contender Is — Wait, Charlotte?

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Deadliest Flu Season In Years Has Open Office Workers On Thin Ice
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Deadliest Flu Season In Years Has Open Office Workers On Thin Ice

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Fort Mill, South Carolina
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North Or South Carolina? The Office Market Is Picking Sides

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Open-Air Market Could Offer Artisans, Street Venders — But Take Away Some Of NoDa’s Parking
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Open-Air Market Could Offer Artisans, Street Venders — But Take Away Some Of NoDa’s Parking

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JLL Director of Research Paul Hendershot, University City Partners Executive Director Darlene Heater, Bellwether Enterprise EVP and Co-Director of Southeast Region Cooper Willis, Pender Capital Co-Founder/ Managing Director Zach Murphy
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As Transit-Oriented Development Makes Suburbs Easier To Get To, Result Is Mini Cities

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Construction will begin in March on a six-story, 154K SF neo-traditional office building at the mixed-use community at Waverly.
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Waverly Announces Second Creative Office Building

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Public Storage, self storage
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Uptown's Latest Tenant: Self-Storage

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Arthur Griffin grew up a few blocks from Brooklyn Charlotte. After being forced out of downtown due to urban renewal, he would grow up to become the School Board chair and Head of the Black Political Caucus. Here, he shows off his yearbook at the Second Ward High School gym, which is being renovated into a community center and museum.
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New Developments In Historically Black Neighborhoods: New Mixed-Use May Rebuild Charlotte's Second Ward, But It's No Replacement

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Charlotte’s first black high school was closed in 1969 as part of urban renewal. All that remains of the school is the gym, which is undergoing a $2.5M renovation.
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Historic Gym Gets New Life As Community Recreation Center

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300 South Tryon was the first Charlotte office tower out of the ground after the recession, according to The Spectrum Cos., which developed the tower and hotel with Barings and is a tenant in the office building,
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Charlotte Office Rents Reach Record Highs As New Jobs Flood The Market

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