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for Business North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 8, Sept 1994
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The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking to construct a consolidated laboratory in RTP at a cost of $200 million to $300 million. The project is meeting with formidable opposition from state Senators Lauch Faircloth and Jesse Helms.
Winston-Salem-based Triad Guaranty Inc., a mortgage-insurance company, recently sold 57% of its stock to the public. The move was made in order to get a Standard & Poor's rating, which is accessible only to public companies.
Silverman highlights ten of North Carolina's most successful economic developers. These professionals are hired by counties and other government entities to recruit business and industry to a particular area.
Roger Perry, the developer of Durham's highly successful Woodcroft subdivision, rebounded from a period of personal and professional crisis to land the development rights for two of the state's biggest subdivisions.
A diverse group of projects, led by the Carolinas Stadium project in Charlotte, is invigorating North Carolina's commercial real estate development industry and putting to an end the industry's recent period of stagnation.
The triangle area is recognized not only as the best area in the nation to live, but also as a booming real estate market.