Charlotte Center City Partners unveiled the latest research trends and economic development data focused on Charlotte’s urban core today during the third annual State of the Center City event, held at the Foundation for the Carolinas.
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The State of Center City Charlotte: Boomtown in the Urban CoreRead More
More than 250 volunteers to survey Charlotte’s chronically homelessRead More
Next week, more than 250 volunteers will take to Charlotte’s streets, soup kitchens and shelters to create a “registry” of individuals experiencing chronic homelessness1.
Uptown and South End Charlotte named #1 busiest submarkets in U.S.Read More
Property Management Insider just named the Uptown and South End neighborhoods in Charlotte the #1 busiest submarkets in the U.S. for residential development, according to data published by MFP Research.
Charlotte B-cycle to Expand Outreach, Education in CharlotteRead More
Charlotte B-cycle, Charlotte’s bike share program made possible by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, will soon have a stronger ambassador program and an expanded education program, thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Knight Fund at Foundation for the Carolinas.
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The vision is the continuation of the growth of our city as pedestrian-friendly and walkable, with comfortable and interesting neighborhoods. It must have mixed growth, with balanced initiatives that are leveraged by public and private investment.