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Banking & Finance By Cece Nunn,   posted Apr 5, 2021
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An expansion at the Wilmington headquarters of fintech firm nCino will allow for 600 new employees, according to an announcement Monday. “nCino was founded in Wilmington, N.C.,

Real Estate - Residential By Cece Nunn,   posted Mar 25, 2021
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Expansion is in the works for a midtown Wilmington multifamily complex. The developer, Wilmington-based Cameron Management, has submitted plans for Phase 2 of Barclay Place, an

Health Care By Scott Nunn,   posted Mar 24, 2021
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If all goes as planned, area residents will have a new option for outpatient surgery this time next year, when Wilmington Health opens a multispecialty ambulatory surgical facility at 1305 Glen Mea

More News By Scott Nunn,   posted Mar 19, 2021

While the “if we build it they will come” approach to attracting industry comes with no guarantees, the chances of success are high right now, according to a Wilmington-based site-selectio

Real Estate - Residential By Cece Nunn,   posted Mar 2, 2021
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Construction could begin this year for the development of one of the last large tracts on South College Road. New Hanover County Commissioners on Monday unanimously approved the rezonin

Real Estate - Residential By Cece Nunn,   posted Jan 25, 2021
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A rezoning for a mixed-use development that aims to add apartments, townhomes, single-family homes and commercial space along South College Road is up for consideration by the New Hanover County Pl

Real Estate - Residential By Cece Nunn,   posted Jan 15, 2021

Growth is on the horizon for midtown Wilmington's apartment offerings, with more than 280 units in the works.  Site plans submitted to the city of Wilmington show an apartment

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Dec 9, 2020
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The owner of land on South College Road is seeking a rezoning to allow for a mixed-use development aimed at complementing an existing neighborhood. If the request made to N

Real Estate - Commercial By Christina Haley O'Neal,   posted Aug 11, 2020
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A development team is planning an $8.5 million industrial building in the International Logistics Park of North Carolina, one of two megasites near the Brunswick and Columbus county line. <br /

Health Care By Hill Rogers, Chris Boney and Tee Nunnelee,   posted Jul 14, 2020

As with any growth spurt, there are inevitably growing pains. The greater Wilmington-area is no exception. Over the last decade, the Wilmington metro area has consistently ranked among

Coronavirus By Cece Nunn,   posted Mar 25, 2020
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Not all shopping center tenants survive even without a global pandemic. Add the coronavirus to the mix, and the future presents hurdles some might not be able to overcome. But local comme

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Mar 6, 2020
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Sometimes it seems like everything old is new again in Wilmington. Well, not everything. And not completely new. &nbsp; Two major examples of older shopping centers in the

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Oct 25, 2019
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A Wilmington firm submitted site plans for a more than 167,000-square-foot warehouse that might or might not get built. The purpose of the submission was to get the approval process goi

More News By Christina Haley O'Neal,   posted Oct 8, 2019
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TRU Colors has purchased the former Century Mills property and is moving forward with plans for its headquarters building, which is set to include a brewery, restaurant and office space.

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Oct 8, 2019
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Local Planet Fitness operators plan&nbsp;to open a new, state-of-the-art&nbsp;location in the space&nbsp;formerly&nbsp;occupied by a Harris Teeter grocery store in Ogden, according to an announceme

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Aug 23, 2019
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Officials with the company that owns Barclay Center in midtown Wilmington are considering adding a third office building to the complex, something that was part of the original master plan when the ce

Real Estate - Residential By Cece Nunn,   posted Jul 19, 2019

For at least one potential apartment project,

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Jul 12, 2019
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A Georgia hospitality firm plans to build a hotel at The Pointe at Barclay in midtown Wilmington. Owner Mehul Patel of Ideal Hospitality Investments Inc. said Thursday that the company

WilmingtonBiz Magazine By Cece Nunn,   posted Jun 14, 2019
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Like others in his profession, Wilmington-based commercial real estate broker Paul Loukas keeps an eye on the medical office market in the Cape Fear region. &nbsp; The prognosis from Lou

Real Estate - Residential By Jenny Callison,   posted May 23, 2019
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A proposed 324-unit apartment complex is on the New Hanover County Planning Board agenda for its June 6 meeting. Item 1 on the docket is a rezoning and special use permit request from C

Real Estate - Residential By Cece Nunn,   posted Jan 3, 2019
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Plans to add more apartments to the Wilmington area&#39;s inventory are expected to continue this year, and they already include separate projects on South College Road and Carolina Beach Road, as wel

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Dec 7, 2018
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Restored historic space in downtown Wilmington is giving a North American division of a German company room to grow. Kesseb&ouml;hmer USA Inc., a&nbsp;leading manufacturer of high-end s

Real Estate - Commercial By Cece Nunn,   posted Oct 30, 2018
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Hendrick Automotive Group bought nearly 14 acres of unused land on Market Street last week from Cameron Company LLC for more than $4.57 million. Part of the land, at 6720 Market St., is

WilmingtonBiz Magazine By Cece Nunn,   posted Sep 28, 2018
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A fast growing area gets a nickname that&rsquo;s starting to stick&nbsp; In 1956, 5-year-old Rachel MacRae donned her favorite patent leather shoes, a dress and hair bows t

Banking & Finance By Johanna Cano,   posted Sep 21, 2018

More area businesses are opening Friday following impacts of Hurricane Florence. Below is a running list of some of those locations.&nbsp;To see a full list of opening announcements, <a href="h