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May 17, 2024

Two Apartment Projects Pitched For Kerr Avenue

Plans for two new apartment complexes are taking shape in Wilmington’s Kerr Avenue corridor. One project called Ethos 622 Apartments is set to bring 48 new apartments, while plans for The Lofts at South Kerr would bring another 19 apartments ...

May 17, 2024

UNCW Researcher Wins One Of NC Innovation's First Grants

A vaccine research project out of the University of North Carolina Wilmington was approved for grant funding in NCInnovation’s inaugural grant cycle, officials announced this week.   UNCW associate professor of chemistry Ying Wang receiv ...

May 17, 2024

MADE: Bean Counters By The Sea

MarineBean 921 Princess Street No. of local employees: 3 Year founded: 2021 Top local officials: Co-owners Dale Lacy, president, and Chris Lacy, vice president  Company description: Marine Bean is a family-owned and -operated business tha ...

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The Importance of Real Estate Appraisals

Posted Jul 5, 2023
Most people have experience with appraisers through the financing process, either when buying or refinancing a property. However, real estate appraisers can offer support with their extensive knowledge of the transaction process.

Appraisers can assist clients with property tax appeals. Property taxes represent one of the largest expenses associated with a property.  A redu...read entire article
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May 17, 2024

As Hurricane Season Heats Up, How Do Builders, Laws Prep Homes For Storms?

The forecast for this year’s hurricane season is looking a little ominous.   Initial predictions from Colorado State University researchers estimate an “extremely active” Atlantic hurricane season with 23 named storms, ...

May 17, 2024

Submarine Museum Could Surface Here

Wilmington might land another maritime attraction. This month, the Wilmington City Council supported the N.C. Submarine Museum Foundation’s idea to build the museum in the Port City. In 2008, the Navy commissioned the USS North Carolina S ...

May 17, 2024

Restaurants Serve More Outdoor Space

They seem to be popping up everywhere like mushrooms overnight – outdoor patio and garden spaces conceived and constructed on premises by local restaurants and eateries to keep customers, boost business and build their brands. Whether big, s ...

May 17, 2024

Half Marathon Takes Whole Race State Title

The Wilmington Historic Half has been named the top half marathon in North Carolina, according to a news release from the Wilmington and Beaches Convention and Visitors Bureau. RaceRaves, an online race finder and reviews community for runners and ...


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