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Sep 19, 2017

For Major Mixed-use Projects, Developers Share Updates, Details

Developers shared the latest timelines and other details Tuesday morning for the more than half-a-billion dollars in major mixed-use projects they're planning in Wilmington. Over the next few y ...

Sep 15, 2017

Raleigh-based Firm In Running To Manage Northern Waterfront Park Construction

A $1.9 million construction manager at-risk contract for the North Waterfront Park is up for approval by Wilmington City Council members next week. City council is considering awarding the contract ...

Sep 15, 2017

In Downtown Wilmington, Princess St. And Front St. Properties Change Hands

More property in downtown Wilmington has recently changed hands. The former home of Costello's Piano Bar, a longtime Port City establishment that closed in August, now belongs to a family of in ...

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Three Ways To Measure Social Media Performance

Posted Apr 14, 2017
As we all know, social media is an integral part of any marketing plan. In our digital, wi-fi-friendly, smartphone-obsessed, status update-addicted culture, businesses and brands simply can’t afford to skip the internet when it comes to marketing their goods and services.
 
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Sep 14, 2017

Site Plans Submitted For Part Of Soda Pop District

A Wilmington developer who’s working to bring new commercial tenants to a former industrial area has submitted site plans to the city for renovations to one of his properties. The plans invol ...

Sep 8, 2017

On Oleander Drive, Escape Room Moving To New Location

The first escape room to open in Wilmington is moving to a new location along the same prominent roadway. Cape Fear Escape Room, which opened at 5747-A Oleander Drive in October 2015, will relocate ...

Sep 7, 2017

In Mayfaire Area, NCino's Footprint Grows To 75,000 Square Feet

Wilmington-based banking software company nCino has leased more office space in the Mayfaire area, bringing the rapidly growing firm's total footprint there to about 75,000 square feet. In addi ...

Sep 5, 2017

Atlantic Marine Buys Eastwood Road Property To Expand

With the purchase of 2035 Eastwood Road, a Wilmington boat dealership is expanding again. Atlantic Marine bought the property, which includes 33,000 square feet of buildings on about 2.4 acres, for ...

Sep 1, 2017

Store To Close At Mayfaire Community Center

Lily Nicole & Co., a store that sells clothing and gear for babies and children at Mayfaire Community Center in Wilmington, is closing. Andy Voland, who owns the store with his wife, Valerie Sm ...

Sep 1, 2017

Historic Fourth Street Firehouse Sold For $1.1M

The old fire station on North Fourth Street slated to become a new brewery has a new owner. Edward Teach holdings LLC bought the property, 604 N. Fourth St., from Wilmington Firehouse LLC on Aug. 1 ...

Aug 25, 2017

New Store Coming To Landfall Center; Restaurant Renews Lease

A new store is coming to Landfall Center in Wilmington next month, and a longtime tenant has renewed its lease. Owner Kim Sarka Lake plans to open Mug and Pia, which stands for Most Unique Gifts an ...


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Some Opt For Smaller Homes, Rentals

Retirees are a major part of the demographics, along with millennials, driving the ongoing demand for multi-family rental housing locally and nationally. While later household formation and transience are part of the picture for millennial renters, some retirees seem to gravitate toward renting and smaller dwellings in large part because of the convenience factor.

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Peggy O’Leary is one of a growing cohort of individuals over the traditional retirement age of 65 who want to remain professionally engaged....

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The N.C. Division of Health Service Regulation recently gave conditional approval for New Hanover Regional Medical Center to acquire an addi...

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