Andrew Dunn
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This company offers co-living in neighborhoods like Cotswold and SouthPark

A growing real estate company offers company offers frat-style housing — and community — for Charlotte newcomers in over a dozen houses across Charlotte....

Duke Energy to add to Charlotte skyline while dramatically reshaping Uptown office space

Duke Energy announced Friday that it would build a new 39-story tower on South Tryon, while at the same time putting several other Uptown buildings on the...

9 Charlotte newsmakers to watch in 2019

The past year offered no shortage of headlines. Charlotte’s government and business leaders spent hours discussing affordable housing, e-scooters took...

Charlotte doesn’t have enough tech workers to go around

Tech companies need skilled tech workers. But as Charlotte tries to build credibility as a hub for startups and entrepreneurship, its budding companies are...

Sweet Lew’s BBQ now open in Belmont neighborhood

Charlotte’s barbecue scene just got a tasty new addition — Sweet Lew’s BBQ is now open, and will remain open until that day’s meats are sold out....

A new jazz club and cocktail bar will take this Uptown building from corporate to cool

A $15 million renovation has turned a formerly drab office building into the new home of a jazz club. The owners of the 300 South Brevard tower announced this...

Leadership Charlotte is creating the Illuminati of our city

The closest thing our city has to a secret society running everything from behind the scenes has to be Leadership Charlotte. This 40-year-old training program...

Stallings wants to build an urban center on the Union County line

When you think about Charlotte’s suburban towns, it’s easy to forget about Stallings. The small town of about 15,000 straddles the Union and...

CMS needs to be more transparent on closing schools

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has a reputation of being a black box. Somewhere in the government center, decisions get made on the administration of our...

How CMS plans to stem the tide of guns in schools

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will begin random screenings on high school campuses in an attempt to catch guns before they make it into the school. Starting...

Zillow opening a real estate office in Charlotte

Charlotte has a major new player in the real estate market. Zillow has signed a lease on a new office in south Charlotte. The move comes as the real estate...

How Charlotte’s newest unicorn Tresata could change the city

An under-the-radar Charlotte startup has hit a major milestone. Now it’s set to make a much bigger splash. Last month, South End-based Tresata announced...