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North Carolina’s Population Rises 18.5%

The 2010 Official Population Count, that occurs once every decade, was released by the US Census Bureau today. For the purpose of a representative democratic system, Congress will reapportion the House of Representatives, giving North Carolina NO new seats. 9,535,483 … Continue reading

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New Corporate Headquarters For Duke Energy

Duke Energy has begun a year long process of moving their corporate offices across the street, into Charlotte’s second-tallest skyscraper. The lease, announced Feb. 26, 2009 and expanded earlier this year up to 500,000 sqft, enabled them to acquire the … Continue reading

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Will This Become The Ultimate Gathering Place?

Just weeks after celebrating the opening of its Midtown Manhattan tower, Bank of America (BofA) opens another 700,000 sqft – 32 story office tower at College, Fifth and Trade streets in downtown Charlotte. Officially announced at a press conference on … Continue reading

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NC’s Share of High Speed Rail

From the $8 billion of stimulus funds dedicated to high speed rail, the White House has announced funding for 13 new, large-scale high speed rail corridors to help transform America’s transportation system. In our area the investments are summarized as … Continue reading

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