Since founding a real estate firm with his father more than 30 years ago, Daniel Levine has amassed land in Charlotte. Several years ago, he thought the time was right to start developing several major projects – hotels, office towers, apartments – at once. Now he’s reevaluating that model.
Since founding a real estate firm with his father more than 30 years ago, Daniel Levine has amassed land in Charlotte. Several years ago, he thought the time was right to start developing several major projects – hotels, office towers, apartments – at once. Now he’s reevaluating that model. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Since founding a real estate firm with his father more than 30 years ago, Daniel Levine has amassed land in Charlotte. Several years ago, he thought the time was right to start developing several major projects – hotels, office towers, apartments – at once. Now he’s reevaluating that model. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
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What’s new in commercial and residential real estate in the Charlotte region.

After his father’s death, this developer is changing his approach. And that could change Charlotte.

February 16, 2017 6:32 AM