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Feb 20, 2019

Appraisal To Move Forward This Week On Former Wave Transit Building

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted About 23 hours ago

The city of Wilmington is set to move forward with an appraisal this week of a 1.5 acre Castle Street property once used as a Wave Transit bus maintenance facility. Meanwhile, the future of that property remains unclear. The property, located at 1110 Castle St., is slated to be visited by an appraiser Thursday, but the full report is expected within 30 days, Dyl ...

Feb 19, 2019

Publix Expected To Open In Oak Island In 2020

By Cece Nunn, posted Feb 19, 2019

Publix Super Markets has signed a lease for a 20,000-square-foot store in Oak Island, according to an announcement Tuesday. Publix at Oak Island Market Place will be at the southeast corner of East Oak Island Drive and SE 50th Street, with a target opening of summer 2020, said a news release from Kim Reynolds, media and community relations manager for Publix.   T ...

Feb 18, 2019

City Council Set To Consider Castle Street Property's Future

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 18, 2019

Wilmington City Council is set to consider a resolution Tuesday declaring a 1.5-acre property formerly used as a Wave Transit bus maintenance facility as surplus property, according to agenda documents.  The resolution is a continuation from council's meeting in January, following a proposal by George Taylor on behalf of TRU Colors and its newly formed a n ...

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Feb 15, 2019

Family-owned Artisan Market Planned For Third Street Property

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 15, 2019

A family-owned and operated artisan market planned for a historic property on South Third Street received approval from the city’s Historic Preservation Commission on Thursday night. The commission voted unanimously to remove the 90-day stay of demolition for the development at 1222 S. Third St., on the condition that the developer donates the building’s his ...

Feb 15, 2019

Changing Tides

By Laura Moore, posted Feb 15, 2019

While some might expect the growth spurt in the town of Carolina Beach to cause major growing pains, town officials say the challenges posed are actually “good problems to have.”   “Generally speaking, growth is good so long as it is balanced,” said Mayor Joe Benson.   Having been in office for a little over a year, Benson is still foc ...

Feb 15, 2019

More Medical Space Coming To Leland Area

By Cece Nunn, posted Feb 15, 2019

Crews are working on a new medical building at 1001 Olde Waterford Way in the growing northern Brunswick County town of Leland. Dermatologist Thomas Braza, who has a practice in Whiteville, is going into a 5000 square foot space in what will be called the Bluewater Medical Center, and his practice there is scheduled to open by the end of the summer 2019, according to an ...

Feb 14, 2019

Local Retailer Meadowlark Plans Move In March

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 14, 2019

Locally owned boutique retailer Meadowlark is moving to a new location. But won’t be traveling far. The store will be moving from its current location at 1125 Military Cutoff Road, Suite J, inside The Forum, to a slightly smaller location in the same shopping center at 1121 Military Cutoff Road, Suite G, said Kendall Hurt, owner of Meadowlark, on Th ...

Feb 14, 2019

A First Look At The Next Phase Of Autumn Hall

By Cece Nunn, posted Feb 14, 2019

The next phase of Autumn Hall is expected to include high-end retail, restaurants, offices and apartments, and construction is expected to begin as early as summer 2019, developers said Thursday. Mike Brown of Autumn Hall and Wilmington-based commercial real estate firm Cape Fear Commercial shared renderings that reveal what that phase is expected to look like, designed ...

Feb 13, 2019

Wilmington-based interior design firm Smith + Gsell is opening its first design studio March 1 to establish a workspace where designers architects, builders, artisans and clients can work together on design projects. The design studio, located at 216 Victory Gardens Drive, mirrors the clean, coastal design Smith + Gsell specializes in. The design firm was co-founded ...

Feb 13, 2019

ILM Awards Contract For Second Phase Of Terminal Expansion

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 13, 2019

The Wilmington International Airport has awarded a second contract in its $60 million terminal expansion project. A $9.2 million contract was awarded to Wilmington-headquartered Monteith Construction Corp. for the second phase of the improvements project, Granseur Dick, the airport’s planning and development director, said in an email Wednesday. Bid proposals c ...

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