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Residential high-rise approved outside uptown for the 1st time in more than a decade

Florida-based Ram Realty is planning to build a new residential tower on a vacant lot at the corner of Doggett and Hawkins streets, near the Design Center of the Carolinas. The rezoning petition shows the building would be up to 165 feet tall, or roughly 15 stories, on a lot that’s barely 1/3 of an acre.
Mortgage company layoffs hit Charlotte area, other U.S. offices
Construction is underway on NoDa’s newest retail building. Here’s our first peek.
High-rise living in South End, affordable housing for seniors up for a vote Monday
‘Small-city’ Charlotte braces for big-city NBA All-Star week in 2019
Steph Curry offers a few new thoughts on potential Carolina Panthers ownership
Lawsuit against new uptown Whole Foods development is dismissed
AG demands information on Atrium, UNC Health deal: ‘We need details’
A NoDa site has been sold, and that could mean more retail for the booming area
Custom suit shop opens soon in SouthPark

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