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She searches for an elusive prey: a decent, affordable place to live
Land prices, especially near uptown, are forcing even some affluent homeowners to flee for 'the sticks'
But homes like these were built to last, so we gave ours a second chance
The spots that analysts eye as high-growth spots for 2025—and beyond
This year, the city will present to the public a proposed plan—the first like it in Charlotte since the 1970s—to solve our runaway city’s biggest and most complicated problem: Land is getting too expensive for many people to afford to live on it. Will the plan be enough, or will it require even more radical measures to work?
In Partnership with Helen Adams Realty Whether you're looking to buy or sell a home in Charlotte (or fantasize about doing either of the two), it's important to know what's happening with the Charlotte real estate market. In 2019, the…
In Partnership with Shea Homes
Charlotte’s exploring a possible ban of single-family zoning, not single-family homes. Some folks have trouble grasping that.
And reflects on its renovation—and the life she’s built within its walls
What’s the next neighborhood on the rise for homeownership in Charlotte? My eye is on the Hidden Valley neighborhood. This community is located minutes from uptown, boasts a number of hip midcentury ranch and split-level homes, and offers home buyers…
Eight years after a disastrous overassessment of Mecklenburg County land values, the county exercises more diligence this time—and oversees a spike in values with some tax bills to match
Block party event in NoDa this Saturday
As part of its anniversary celebration, Salud Cerveceria will be releasing cans of El Jugo Suelto, a collaboration with Trophy Brewing in Raleigh It hasn’t taken long for Salud Cerverceria to make a name for itself in Charlotte’s craft beer…
THE ARCADE is having a renaissance. And it comes with beer. Long a token of malls and after-school hangouts, the arcade has been reborn through a mix of potent nostalgia and local beers. Since Barcade (capital B) opened in Brooklyn…
Two local designers and a home builder debut fresh brick-and-mortars
It's a lovable corner market, and the model for what could be in South End
In Partnership with GJK Building & Remodeling. Creating places & spaces for real life. This is where living happens. In Charlotte, there are fewer homes than ever for sale. Our recent article delves into this real estate inflation, which…
Apartments are being thrown up every day. Why haven’t condos caught up?
AS THE MARKET continues to run hot, it’s easy to assume a correction needs to happen. In our annual real estate summary, we asked experts what homeowners and homeowners-to-be should expect, which areas are booming, and the types of housing people…
There are fewer homes than ever for sale. What does that mean for homeowners?
SPONSORED BY Baby Boomers Seek SouthPark Apartments for Hands-Free Lifestyle Hip millennials aren't the only Charlotteans looking to the sky for housing—baby boomers are choosing apartment lifestyles for relaxed luxury living. TINDALLPARKAPARTMENTS.COM Just a short, five-minute drive from SouthPark, Tindall Park…
Two Charlotte developers are about to embark on the city’s biggest development in decades, on the last large piece of undeveloped land in Mecklenburg County. Who and what’s been out here all this time, and will it disappear for good?
The definitive, unbiased, statistical ranking of the top places to live and visit around Charlotte
Between Plaza Midwood and Elizabeth, a little suburb in the city
Should you rent or buy? Where? And what about all this talk of a downturn? Two experts weigh in
What happens when development strips away our grimy, grungy music venues?
One North Tryon corridor community started as a rail depot in the age of cotton and is about to boom again because of the expanded light rail line. But that’s not what keeps the Wells family here
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