Posted on 21 May 2013.
Davidson Lands Conservancy and Runnymede HOA board members gathered on Whale Rock in east Davidson after a signing ceremony May 6 for a deal to preserve more than 50 acres of Runnymede Woods. (Kris Krider photo)
Davidson Lands Conservancy officials and members of the Runnymede Homeowners Assocation board gathered in the Runnymede Woods east of Davidson on May 6 to sign an agreement that permanently protects more than 50 acres of woodlands. Under the conservation easement, the neighborhood keeps ownership and use of the land, which extends for about 1/2-mile along both the Mecklenburg and the Cabarrus sides of the Rocky River east of Davidson. Read the full story
Posted in Environment, Planning and development
Posted on 20 May 2013.
By NADINE DEASON
You’ve always heard “You get what you pay for.” When it comes to hiring a Realtor this saying is oh so true! The inexperienced, unskilled, and inept will always work for less. Our ever-changing market demands the most experienced, skilled experts to navigate these treacherous waters like navigating Class 4 rapids. Read the full story
Posted in Industry news, Opinion, Real estate market
Posted on 20 May 2013.
Joining Friday’s groundbreaking at Hyde Park storage were, front from left: Tim Folley, Ryan McDaniel, Town of Cornelius economic development consultant Don Harrow, Lake Norman Chamber President Bill Russell, White Lightning owner Paige Coleman, Hans Armstrong, Kevin Pote, and architect Charles Wilber of Wilber Associates. Rear, from left, developer Jamie Rolewicz, N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis (R-Cornelius), and developer Kevin Mahl. (Carol Wilber Bradfield photo)
Developers Kevin Mahl and Jamie Rolewicz have formally begun construction on Hyde Park on Bailey, a complex of “upscale, spacious storage suites” at Cornelius Commerce Park, off Bailey Road. They and local leaders celebrated with a groundbreaking Friday, May 17, at the site. The 60,000-square-foot Hyde Park building is the first building on the 35-acre Commerce Park site. Read the full story
Posted in Commercial real estate, People, photos, Planning and development
Posted on 16 May 2013.
While at the furniture market I was able to learn more about one of the best things that has happened with toilets – regardless of what style may suit your interior décor. It’s Geberit, a concealed mounting frame for wall-hung toilets as well as sinks. Its best feature is that you do not see it, but it can have a real impact in any type of bathroom or powder room. Read the full story
Posted in home building, interior design, teal michel
Posted on 14 May 2013.
Lake Norman Realty welcomed Lance Armstrong and Summer Robinson to their Davidson office recently. From left: Lauren Hill, Joycelyn Armstrong, Lance Armstrong, Abigail Jennings, Michelle Giolitti, Jim Niemes, Dawn Lassiter, Jane Getsinger, and Summer Robinson.
Cornelius-based Lake Norman Realty has acquired Armstrong-Robinson Realtors, a small independent real estate firm in Mooresville. In a press release Tuesday, the company said Summer Robinson, Armstrong-Robinson’s president and broker in charge, would become broker in charge of Lake Norman Realty’s Davidson office, where she’ll be joined by associate Lance Armstrong.
Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Read the full story
Posted in DAVIDSON, Industry news
Posted on 13 May 2013.
SOURCE: Carolina Multiple Lisiting Services Inc. and Charlotte Regional Realtor Association
April home sales grew 34.5 percent throughout the Charlotte region, compared to April 2012. Preliminary monthly data from the Carolina Multiple Listing Services Inc. showed 2,915 sales last month, up from 2,168 for the same period last year. Meanwhile, average sale prices continued to rise, prompting Charlotte Regional Realtor Association officials to suggest that sellers are beginning to gain leverage. Read the full story
Posted in DAVIDSON, Real estate market