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23157
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Since the closure of the Cannon Mills Company in Kannapolis, the city's downtown has not seen much change nor improvement. City leaders hope to revitalize the downtown with a new plan to repair or demolish buildings and redevelop the space.
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22726
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Even fast market sectors of technology can face down-market whims. But three North Carolina based companies--Channel Advisor (Morrisville), CommScope (Hickory), and Cree Inc. (Durham)--have faced the slumps to emerge as leaders in the technology sector by taking advantage of rapid changes, consumer patterns, network improvements, and innovative products.
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28568
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Charlotte’s housing market has rebounded in the past ten years, but homes are short in supply and prices are rising. Current trends beg to question if Charlotte’s housing market is heading for another crash.
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31458
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Should you rent or buy? Where? And what about all this talk of a downturn? Two experts, Daren Blomquist, vice president at the real estate analytics firm RealtyTrac , and Allen Tate Co. President and CEO Pat Riley weigh in on the issue.
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35035
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One of North Carolina’s most active developers, Beacon Partners is a big beneficiary in the booming demand for office space in denser and less suburban neighborhoods. RailYard is their biggest project to date. Established in 1989 by Pete Lash and Ed Weisiger, Jr., the company was the first to bring in new mid-rise office space in Charlotte’s south End neighborhood, a hot spot for craft breweries and apartments for younger audiences
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36119
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One of North Carolina’s most active developers, Beacon Partners is a big beneficiary in the booming demand for office space in denser and less suburban neighborhoods. RailYard is their biggest project to date. Established in 1989 by Pete Lash and Ed Weisiger, Jr., the company was the first to bring in new mid-rise office space in Charlotte’s south End neighborhood, a hot spot for craft breweries and apartments for younger audiences.