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- Chip Andrews, REALTOR®, Colliers International
- Michelle Carlson, Corporate Associate (Architecture/Engineering), BL Companies, Inc.
- Andre Collins, REALTOR®, Lincoln Harris
- Jennifer Cotton, Corporate Associate (Data Services/Marketing), CoStar Group
- Dominique DeHardt, REALTOR®, Buckley Commercial Real Estate
- Matt Diachenko, REALTOR®, Summit Rock Companies
- Austin Easter, REALTOR®, MPV Properties
- Dene Ecuyer, REALTOR®, American Asset Corporation
- George Efrid, REALTOR®, The Efird Corporation
- Richard Grieder, REALTOR®, JLL
- Brad Gulley, Corporate Associate (Graphic/Print), NOVA Office Strategies
- Susan Harding, REALTOR®, Newport Properties
- Kristen Ingram, REALTOR®, G Brokerage
- Blake Inman, REALTOR®, Keller Williams Realty Ballantyne Area
- Perry Major, REALTOR®, JLL
- Jennifer Manchester, REALTOR®, Suburban Properties of Charlotte, LLC
- Mackenzie Moser, REALTOR®, The Moser Group Inc.
- Jack Ossa, Corporate Associate (Architecture), Ossa Studio
- Rodney Rainey, REALTOR®, Keller Williams Realty Ballantyne Area
- Reece Rencher, Corporate Associate (Construction), Rencher Construction
- Carter Seawell, REALTOR®, Atkins Properties
- Walter Sikes, REALTOR®, Allen Tate South Park
- Colin Stewart, REALTOR®, Sterling Properties Group
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Congratulations to the following CRCBR members on their recent achievements:
Beacon Partners and CBRE – Kristy Venning, Barney Earles, and Mike Fahey
Beacon Partners is pleased to announce Ernst & Young LLP (EY), a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, as a new tenant of The RailYard Southend. Leasing 30,487 sq. ft., EY’s newest Charlotte office space will take up the entire fourth floor of the building, as well as a portion of the fifth floor. Barney Earles, Mike Fahey and Glenn Dyke of CBRE represented EY. Kristy Venning of Beacon Partners represented the landlord.
Cushman & Wakefield and Regent Commercial Real Estate – Charlie Ripple and Brian Smith
Cushman & Wakefield announced that it has represented Investments East, LLC in the $2.9 million sale of two (2) Industrial/flex buildings in Carolinas Point totaling 38,600 square feet. The buildings are located at 3650 Centre Circle and 3645-3659 Centre Circle Drive in Fort Mill, SC, and were 100% occupied at the time of the sale. Charlie Ripple of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller, and Brian Smith of Regent Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer.
CRCBR has partnered with CREW on their upcoming ABC Networking Event on September 20. Proceeds from the event help fund the scholarships with Queens University and UNC Charlotte.
The Charlotte Planning Department is undergoing a comprehensive reorganization, in an effort to streamline the development approval process and reduce the number of conflicts that arise between final rezoning and site plan review.
The initiative is moving forward even as Charlotte’s Unified Development Ordinance takes a step back, to allow staff to begin work on a Comprehensive Plan to guide the City’s growth over the next two decades.
Just hours before coverage was set to lapse for thousands of homeowners, the Senate approved a bill Tuesday to keep the National Flood Insurance Program operating for four more months. President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill—which cleared the House last week—into law before midnight Tuesday, when the program expires.
“We applaud lawmakers for taking this needed action to prevent disruptions to closings in thousands of communities across the country,” Elizabeth Mendenhall, president of the National Association of REALTORS®, said in a statement. “Although the program is now extended through Nov. 30, the NFIP is in desperate need of reforms that will make the program solvent and sustainable for the long-term. The National Association of REALTORS® will continue fighting for these reforms.”
The NFIP provides critical flood insurance to homeowners in more than 22,000 communities nationwide, but Congress has wrestled for years with proposals to reform the program, which remains on shaky financial footing.