More Videos

What's rising at the old Observer site 1:05

What's rising at the old Observer site

Druid Hills community works to adapt to changes 3:26

Druid Hills community works to adapt to changes

Bitcoin Believers 2:22

Bitcoin Believers

Myers Park Mustangs defeat Butler Bulldogs 28-24 in playoff action 2:10

Myers Park Mustangs defeat Butler Bulldogs 28-24 in playoff action

This strange cheese is made in Charlotte? 0:15

This strange cheese is made in Charlotte?

EPIX documentary 'Danica': Danica Patrick is serious about winning.  0:38

EPIX documentary "Danica": Danica Patrick is serious about winning.

Two bears get into a vicious brawl and it’s all caught on camera 0:12

Two bears get into a vicious brawl and it’s all caught on camera

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself. 0:43

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself.

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

  • Charlotte’s light rail was supposed to change our attitude about cars. It hasn’t.

    Along the Blue Line, new apartments are springing up with bicycle repair stations, walking paths to light rail stations, direct connections to the Rail Trail path – and hundreds of parking spaces for cars.

Along the Blue Line, new apartments are springing up with bicycle repair stations, walking paths to light rail stations, direct connections to the Rail Trail path – and hundreds of parking spaces for cars. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer
Along the Blue Line, new apartments are springing up with bicycle repair stations, walking paths to light rail stations, direct connections to the Rail Trail path – and hundreds of parking spaces for cars. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer
Development

Development

What’s new in commercial and residential real estate in the Charlotte region.

Charlotte’s light rail was supposed to change our attitude about cars. It hasn’t.

May 09, 2017 06:07 PM

UPDATED May 12, 2017 11:51 AM

More Videos

What's rising at the old Observer site 1:05

What's rising at the old Observer site

Druid Hills community works to adapt to changes 3:26

Druid Hills community works to adapt to changes

Bitcoin Believers 2:22

Bitcoin Believers

Myers Park Mustangs defeat Butler Bulldogs 28-24 in playoff action 2:10

Myers Park Mustangs defeat Butler Bulldogs 28-24 in playoff action

This strange cheese is made in Charlotte? 0:15

This strange cheese is made in Charlotte?

EPIX documentary 'Danica': Danica Patrick is serious about winning.  0:38

EPIX documentary "Danica": Danica Patrick is serious about winning.

Two bears get into a vicious brawl and it’s all caught on camera 0:12

Two bears get into a vicious brawl and it’s all caught on camera

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself. 0:43

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself.

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

  • Druid Hills community works to adapt to changes

    Darryl Gaston talks about unique aspects of neighborhood and trying to preserve it in the midst of changes