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What’s Happening – Sandra Godley, Broker, NC REALTOR®

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Catawba Brewing banking on Plaza Midwood

Slow to adopt the craft beer scene, Charlotte is now home to many local breweries and will make room for one more when Catawba Brewing Co. opens its new brewery and tap room in Plaza Midwood. Based in Morganton, Catawba Brewing has plans to take over 10,000 square feet on Louise Avenue in the old Kellogg’s bakery site, according to…

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It's Parade of Homes time!

Get ready to window shop your way through some of the Greater Charlotte area’s newest and nicest homes this weekend! The annual Parade of Homes begins Oct. 7 and lasts 2 more weekends through Oct. 23. Whether you are in the market for a new home, a building site or just design ideas for a renovation, Parade of Homes is…

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New SouthPark hotel gets thumbs up

The move to make SouthPark a more dense urban, walkable place is under way, and Charlotte City Council gave the effort a boost by approving a new 170-room Marriott property, according to an Observer report. The AC Hotel, a Marriott-owned brand of hotels, will be eight stories and be located at the corner of Rexford and Roxborough roads on a…

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City Council green lights NoDa, Elizabeth projects

The Charlotte City Council on Monday approved rezoning petitions for a mixed-use project in NoDa as well as apartments on the site of Jackalope Jacks bar and restaurant in Elizabeth. The mixed-use project in the arts district is adjacent to the 36th Street LYNX light rail station between 35th and 36th streets. The site is currently used as warehouse space.…

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It's Greek Fest Weekend in CLT!

Yiasou Greak Festival 2015 It’s that time of year again– the leaves are starting to fall, football season has begun and Autumn wreaths are hung on doors– so get ready for some delicious Greek food, music and dancing… that’s right, synonymous with fall in Charlotte is the best Greek Festival in the Southeast, the Yiasou Festival.  The warrior reenactments are…

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Pocket Hoods in Plaza Midwood

Popular Neighborhoods in Charlotte’s Midwood! Today, Plaza-Midwood is one of Charlotte’s most desired neighborhoods to live in.  Just minutes to Elizabeth, NoDa, Uptown and Cotswold, this hood is busting at the seams with delicious restaurants and lots of local businesses- from clothing & jewelry boutiques to yoga studios and soon even a micro-brewery!  Established as it is today, it’s hard…

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Ballantyne Blog

Living in Ballantyne is for you if: You like bundling. Not just your cable, but also your lifestyle. You like fine dining and finer housing. In Ballantyne, you can shop, live, work and play, with the Ballantyne resort and shopping centers like Ballantyne Village, Stonecrest, Blakely, Providence Commons, and Piper Glen. Hit the Golf Club at Ballantyne to play, and…

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Dilworth Blog

Living in Dilworth is for you if: You like festivals, family, and food. You value a neighborhood whose rich historical background lends itself to homes built in the early 1900s. You value a walk in the park and an easy stroll to shops and restaurants. Dilworth is full of character, both in the architecture of the historic homes and the…

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