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In The Emerging Southeast, Developers Need A Lender That Can Go The Distance

In The Emerging Southeast, Developers Need A Lender That Can Go The Distance

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5300 Proviso Drive, Melrose Park, IL
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Industrial Sales Volume Remains Strong In 2019, And More Portfolio Sales Are On The Way

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The New Closers: Why Steve McClure Is One To Watch
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The New Closers: Why Steve McClure Is One To Watch

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Dallas Skyline at Night; Daxis/Flickr
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ULI/PwC Report Names A New City Top Real Estate Market In The Nation — Which Is It?

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All across the eastern seaboard, luxury and budget hotels, school gymnasiums and campgrounds became makeshift homes for Hurricane Florence evacuees this week. Above, Rosa Arce is comforted by American Red Cross Regional Communications Officer Jerri Jameson on Friday in Charlotte.
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Hotels, Racetracks Packed With New Guests Waiting Out The Hurricane

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Bay Area Reigns Supreme For Tech Talent, But Other Markets Are Inching Toward Prominence
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Bay Area Reigns Supreme For Tech Talent, But Other Markets Are Inching Toward Prominence

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The Peculiar Rabbit owner Rob Nixon has a mural on the side of his restaurant created by Southern Tiger Collective. It serves as a way to work around the City of Charlotte's sign ordinance.
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Paint The Town: The Business Case Behind Murals On Buildings

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A.J. Klenk in front of an old mill house in Charlotte that will be transformed into a farm-to-table restaurant. The office for Air Hospitality, another of Klenk's businesses, is shown in the background.
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Why Capstone Managing Partner A.J. Klenk Is One Of Commercial Real Estate's Next Market Leaders

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Data Center Operators Invest In Facilities To Withstand Floods, Earthquakes, Tornadoes And Fires
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Data Center Operators Invest In Facilities To Withstand Floods, Earthquakes, Tornadoes And Fires

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Crescent Communities President and CEO Todd Mansfield
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Keep Your Eyes Open: Crescent Communities Suddenly Has A Lot More Money To Spend

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A bicycle commuter uses dockless bike ofo in Uptown Charlotte
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Think Bike-Share Doesn’t Pay The Rent? Think Again

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Japanese Investor Acquires 20th Largest Multifamily Development Firm In U.S.
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Japanese Investor Acquires 20th Largest Multifamily Development Firm In U.S.

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Camp North End Building 3
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Exclusive: Camp North End Brings In National Investor Shorenstein For Next Phase

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

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Childress Klein Properties
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Childress Klein Eyes Multifamily 'Missing Piece' In First For Its Galleria Office Park

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Retail block in NoDa
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Private Investors Purchase Prominent Block In NoDa

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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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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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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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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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Construction Announced For Waverly's Second 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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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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Construction is underway for The RailYard, South End’s latest mixed-use development for Beacon Partners.
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South End Mixed-Use Project Will Feature Warehouse Design, Rooftop Terraces, Outdoor Dining

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A proposal from Corporate Realty, Inc. would bring to downtown Kannapolis apartments, retail, restaurants, offices and a pedestrian bridge.
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Kannapolis Downtown Revitalization Project May Include $300M Multifamily, Mixed-Use Project

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