Pappas Properties plans to build retail, office, housing, a hotel, and parking deck on land the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association owns next to Pearl Street Park, in part with the help of a $4.4 million subsidy from local governments. Interim city manager Ron Kimble said similar projects in the future may be required to have low-income housing.
Pappas Properties plans to build retail, office, housing, a hotel, and parking deck on land the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association owns next to Pearl Street Park, in part with the help of a $4.4 million subsidy from local governments. Interim city manager Ron Kimble said similar projects in the future may be required to have low-income housing. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Pappas Properties plans to build retail, office, housing, a hotel, and parking deck on land the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association owns next to Pearl Street Park, in part with the help of a $4.4 million subsidy from local governments. Interim city manager Ron Kimble said similar projects in the future may be required to have low-income housing. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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