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- Duncan Road, Indian Trail, NC 28079
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- 3300 Avalon Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28208
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- 168 Chatham Road, Mooresville, NC 28117
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- 144 Union Chapel Drive, Mooresville, NC 28117
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- 1921 Sterling Road, Charlotte, NC 28209
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Charlotte Biz and Development News
A fourth hotel is planned for a southwest Charlotte master-planned development.
Tru by Hilton, a franchise-only brand that Hilton Worldwide launched in March, is proposed for a site in Ayrsley, at the corner of Kings Parade Boulevard and Vendome Street. That midscale hotel would add 98 rooms to Ayrsley, likely in 2018.
“I’ve got three other (hotel) properties in Ayrsley that are in the upper-upscale and upscale segments, but we didn’t have anything appropriate to the mid-scale and economy…
The CBJ is giving a salute to veterans in this week's print edition.
In our Veterans in the Workforce special report, we look at how Charlotte has helped open the door to the private sector for the state's booming population of military veterans — and what you can do to help. CBJ senior staff writer Ken Elkins talked to leaders at Charlotte Bridge Home, the USO of North Carolina, Charlotte Works and others on veterans' march back to the private sector.
Meanwhile, reporter Jennifer Thomas reports…
The number of registered buyers at the Spring 2016 High Point Market fell 1% compared with the Spring 2015 Market, according to figures released today.
The numbers of total registered attendees, which includes buyers, exhibitors, representatives, media, students and guests, for Spring 2016 was 79,376, down from 80,300 registered attendees in Spring 2015.
There's no word from market officials yet on whether they believe North Carolina's House Bill 2 was detrimental to attendance, as they had feared…
News that the Obama family has reportedly chosen to live in Washington, D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood after the end of the president's second term was met with the full range of human (internet) emotions: excitement, fascination and even disappointment.
Obama would be the fifth former president living in that northwest D.C. neighborhood— and the first since Woodrow Wilson in the 1920s. Other former presidents who lived there include Herbert Hoover, Warren Harding, Franklin Roosevelt and William…
Less than 18 months after he was named CEO of the Gaston Regional Chamber of Commerce, Jeff Sandford is out.
Sandford left the chamber after a recent meeting of the chamber board, according to the Gaston Gazette. Retired Firestone executive Fred Padgett will serve as interim CEO.
George Ratchford, chamber chairman, told the Gazette the board would conduct a nationwide search for a new CEO.
Sandford came to the job from the Texarkana USA Chamber and started work in Gastonia in December 2014. He…