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University City sees surge in home sales, new housing

University City sees surge in home sales, new housing

University City is making headlines with its strong residential scene, as recent news reports underscore. Major neighborhoods are leading home sales in the Charlotte region. Several new communities along the LYNX line and both near and within University Research Park come with rich amenity packages. Here are the details: Highland Creek and adjacent Skybrook ranked in the top 6 neighborhoods in the whole Charlotte region for single-family closings in 2018, says the Business Journal. MORE The LYNX light-rail line... read more
Tech firms are reshaping University City

Tech firms are reshaping University City

Charlotte has become a hot location for technology-based businesses, and many of these new, emerging or expanding companies are helping transform University City, as well. Check out these recent news stories: “Charlotte’s growing tech sector contributing to surge in office rental rates” The Charlotte Business Journal reports that rental rates are surging in Charlotte and nationwide, with growth in tech industries a major reason. CBRE, a national company that manages and leases commercial real estate, has designated Charlotte’s northeast... read more
Help plan the future of our parks and rec

Help plan the future of our parks and rec

Mecklenburg County is crafting a new 10-year master plan for our parks and recreation programs and seeks our help. Your ideas will help our county board set goals and provide money  for new and improved parks, facilities and programs. County parks planners have created a program entitled the Meck Playbook to gather community ideas and craft the master plan. You can get involved, starting now!   How you can help: Attend one of the Adventure Fest planning events on... read more
YMCA hosts community dinner on Dec. 5

YMCA hosts community dinner on Dec. 5

The Keith Family YMCA will host its free Community Fellowship Dinner on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 6 to 8 pm. The community dinner is open to all, especially to our neighbors who could greatly benefit from a hot meal, resources and fellowship. The dinner will take place at the Keith Family YMCA, 8100 Old Mallard Creek Church Road. Directions Last year about 600 people came to the dinner. Event details RSVP is not mandatory but greatly appreciated: 704-716-6720 or rsvp@ymcacharlotte.org.  ... read more
Commercial real-estate update

Commercial real-estate update

UNIVERSITY HIGHLANDS – FOUR RESOURCE SQUARE – SUVIDHA INTERNATIONAL MARKET Expanding United Rentals leases URP building United Rentals has begun hiring for 150 new positions as it shifts its Charlotte offices to University Research Park. The Stamford, Conn.-based equipment-rental company expects to completely fill the University Highlands building with nearly 500 employees by mid-2020. The 97,596- square foot office building, owned by Mohr Capital, is at 10330 David Taylor Drive. MORE   Four Resource Square office building sells for... read more
NOVEL Research Park holds grand opening

NOVEL Research Park holds grand opening

Crescent Communities held a grand opening on Nov. 5 for its latest apartment community, NOVEL Research Park. Located on the edge of University Research Park at West Mallard Creek Church Road and Senator Royall Place, the luxury apartment community features extensive outdoor amenities, modern farmhouse architectural design, and a convenient location near major employment centers and retail. NOVEL Research Park offers 280 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes nestled in a wooded natural setting. The first residents moved into... read more
Nine nights in November: music and dance concerts at UNC Charlotte

Nine nights in November: music and dance concerts at UNC Charlotte

UNC Charlotte’s Belk Theater and Rowe Recital Hall will host nine student performances in November, including the four-night Fall Dance Concert. Among the dance pieces choreographed by faculty members and performed by students is “Queen City Rhapsody,” a tribute to legendary vocalist Freddie Mercury. The concert, performed Nov. 14-17 at Belk Theater in Robinson Hall, also includes a reflection on the shooting that occurred on campus last spring, and a tribute to Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, plus other pieces.... read more
University City’s hotel hub rolls out the welcome mat

University City’s hotel hub rolls out the welcome mat

University City’s popular hotel hub keeps growing and improving, thanks to easy access to uptown, campus, Charlotte Motor Speedway and University Research Park. Completion of the UNC Charlotte Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Hyatt Place, and Fairfield Inn and Suites will bring our hub to 22 facilities near North Tryon Street and Harris Boulevard. Hampton Inn and Suites, a short walk from the McCullough Drive LYNX Station, recently finished a refresh. See our directory (below) to learn who else... read more

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