Lincoln Harris Blends Heritage and Vision in Legacy Union Project. CHARLOTTE, N.C., (Aug. 9, 2017) – Lincoln Harris, one of the Southeast’s preeminent commercial real estate development, investment and property management companies, unveiled today the name and plans for Legacy Union, one of the largest development projects ever in Uptown and located on the former Charlotte Observer site.
Table of Experts on Commercial Construction – Albany Business Review In the March 8, 2019 edition of the Albany Business Review, Michael Roman, RA, principal and owner of C2 Design Group was featured among a Table of Experts focused on commercial construction. The panel included Libby Coreno, Director and Shareholder of Carter Conboy Attorneys at Law, Dan Fariello, President of Capital Bank, Joe Fleming, Executive [.]
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Sonco Real Estate has been approved for a two-story addition to a residential development it is building in Lincoln Square. The firm will add to the existing three-story building at 2150 West Lawrence.
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(In the photo above, Jordyn DiOrio of Mend jewelry previews her Fourpost studio shop at Mall of America for Fourpost founder and CEO Mark Ghermezian.) Just when shoppers were coming around to that.
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Sonco Real Estate gets nod for addition to resi development in Lincoln Square. Sonco acquired the property for $3.5 million in 2016. It landed a $12 million construction loan from Republic Bank in November, records show. The addition was proposed shortly after, when Sonoco requested a zoning change.
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Pack-Em-In Real Estate is building a new housing development. The more houses it builds, the less people will be willing to pay, due to the crowding and smaller lot sizes. In fact, if it builds 20 houses in this particular development, it can sell them for $540,000 each, but if it builds 50 houses, it will only be able to get $450,000 each.
Image 1 of 12 from gallery of Herzog & de Meuron to Complete $2 Billion Development in Los Angeles’ Arts District. View from the street. Image Courtesy of Los Angeles Department of City Planning