development

What happened with the MLS plans for Eastland?

Charlotte’s Major League Soccer team headquarters will be at Bank of America Stadium, not at the Eastland redevelopment. That’s a shift from the...

The Eastland redevelopment will no longer include a Major League Soccer headquarters

On Monday night, the team behind the Eastland mall redevelopment shared an update about the project that, in a surprising twist, will no longer include the...

A long-anticipated plan aims to answer: What does Charlotte want to be when it grows up?

This week, the city of Charlotte will release its 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the first of its kind for the city since 1975. The plan marks a culmination of two...

New tenants and expansions underway at Phillips Place amid major makeover

Phillips Place, one of the ritziest shopping centers in Charlotte, is evolving. If you walk around Phillips Place these days, you’ll notice ongoing...

$400 million development to break ground in Dilworth after years of planning

After years of planning, a Boston developer called The Fallon Company has unveiled plans for a major mixed-use development on a 16.7-acre site on the edge of...

Four old warehouses in west Charlotte are getting an $80 million facelift

In a rapidly changing stretch of west Charlotte off Tuckaseegee, an Atlanta developer called Third & Urban is in the midst of refurbishing four old...

Can the EpiCentre survive the pandemic?

Once a thriving Uptown destination, the EpiCentre these days is deserted. Eviction notices are mounting. Dozens of businesses sit empty. A walk through...

Two miles from Plaza Midwood, small local businesses find a place to call home

This month, the beloved Plaza Midwood Dairy Queen is reopening a few miles out Central Avenue from where it stood for seven decades. Its new home is at Eastway...

45 years after it closed, the historic Johnston Mill building in NoDa will soon get new life

In its heyday, the huge brick Johnston Mill on North Davidson Street spun cotton to make into various textile products, from soldiers’ uniforms to tents....

The future of Beatties Ford, in renderings and promises

For all the green shirts and signs they put up, it was hard to miss the one behind them for the Burger King. That’s where a young man named Danquirs...

New food hall to open in Charlotte in 2021, one mile from Optimist Hall

From the 1950s to the ’80s, Lawrence Knitting Mills was buzzing — cotton came in, knitted goods went out. New jobs were posted almost daily in the...

What to expect from the $600 million Seventh and Tryon redevelopment Uptown

If you know Uptown Charlotte, you know that development and activity has mostly concentrated on South Tryon, from construction of offices to new restaurants....