Roger Gant Jr., a former president of the Alamance County textile company Glen Raven, died Monday. He was 86.
In the five years I've covered real estate at The News & Observer, I've tried to follow two rules when it comes this column:
Commercial real estate, a lagging indicator of the broader economy, continued to take hits in the second quarter as demand for space fell at a record pace.
An ambitious plan to build seven stories of shops and hotel rooms is quietly unfolding in downtown Raleigh's popular Glenwood South district.
Good things come to those who wait, as Fidelity Investments may be learning.
Could West Village be completed without its superstar visionaries? That's the question Durham leaders are starting to ask, and some insiders suggest the answer is yes.
Bloomsbury Estates perches high over downtown Raleigh, a brick edifice so imposing that it has garnered over-the-top comparisons to Cinderella's Castle at Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
Red, white and blue balloons, high-energy announcements over a public address system, back-slapping officials, hand-shaking businessmen and a just-after-noon buffet lunch. "Another day another dollar," a broker utters as he resumes chowing down.
Have you been injured in a commercial real estate deal? At least one landlord might have to call The Hurt Line after this one:
In a couple of months, a generous dollop of condominiums will be dropped on an already-heaping pile of unsold units in downtown Raleigh and fed to a market that has largely lost its appetite.
Plans for a massive, eco-friendly mixed-use development are taking form in Apex -- so massive that they're in danger of jamming inboxes and fax machines across the region. Or so town officials say.
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