development

View renderings: 20.5-acre waterfront development approved and coming to University City

City Council has officially approved the rezoning request of a new waterfront project coming to University City on the east side of J.W. Clay Boulevard....

View Renderings: Lowe’s chooses South End for new tech hub, moving into stunning 23-story tower

Lowe’s is opening a huge global technology center in a new 23-story building in South End called the Design Center Tower. Lowe’s is investing $153...

Developer plans to transform Brewers at 4001 Yancey parking lot into office, retail and potential hotel

White Point Partners is continuing to transform the Brewers at 4001 Yancey area. Plans call for the existing parking lot of Brewers/Bowers Fiber building to be...

Million dollar homes selling on new 37-home community near Charlotte Country Club in Plaza Midwood

Two homes have already sold in Cramer’s Pond, a new 15-acre, 37-home community centered around a historic estate, in the $1.1 to $2.2 million range....

View Renderings: 6 single-story buildings to be developed into “LoSo Village”

Local developer Beacon Partners recently purchased six single-story buildings near the corner of South Boulevard and Clanton Road (located directly behind the...

View renderings: Details on Charlotte’s Moxy Hotel, the new party brand from Marriott coming in Uptown

The future Moxy Hotel in Uptown has a sleek new look and plans to break ground later this year with a 2022 completion. The millennial-focused “party brand”...

View Renderings: 16 floor office building coming to South End next to Sycamore — and it’ll have a food hall

A signature development is heading into South End, right next door to Sycamore Brewing. “This will be a project unlike any other in Charlotte and...

Major redevelopment planned for The Colony in SouthPark

The Colony — the apartments bounded by Colony, Sharon, Roxborough and Southwick Roads — is becoming a relic in a rapidly developing SouthPark...

The 10 most powerful people in Charlotte development who aren’t developers

If you spend any time driving around Charlotte, you can probably rattle off the names of a few of the city’s big developers. They’re plastered on...

Those unused tracks on the west side will one day run a trolley from Blue Blaze Brewing to Panthers Stadium

A version of this story was published in April 2017. It was updated June 14, 2018, with details on the trolley making its way to west Charlotte in the summer....

Take a look at this beautiful Common Market tribute made of post-it notes

Common Market South End will close July 30. On Friday night, they threw a final party. The owners are looking for a new location, but nothing has been...

All new details on plans for the “new Ballantyne” on the Catawba River

Two powerhouses in Charlotte development — Crescent Communities and Lincoln Harris — announced two weeks ago that they were moving forward on developing...