Real Estate - Commercial

Nov 28, 2022

New Galleria Developer Works On Preliminary Plans

By Cece Nunn, posted About 15 hours ago

The new owners of high-profile property near Wrightsville Beach have submitted some of their preliminary site plans to the city of Wilmington. Haven at The Galleria, 6730-6800 Wrightsville Ave., could be a mixed-use development with hundreds of multifamily units and some commercial space, the plans indicate. Haven at Galleria LLC, an affiliate of South Carolina- ...

Nov 18, 2022

DC Lanier of Surf City loved camping, eventually using his entrepreneurial spirit to create a family endeavor around his favorite pastime. Camping “was definitely in his blood,” said Donna Lanier, one of four children of DC and Wilma Lanier. “We traveled everywhere with a tent. We had jaunts to Florida all the time and the mountains. And there were six ...

Nov 11, 2022

Working Like A Dog: Pawville Owners Create HQ In Scotts Hill

By Staff Reports, posted Nov 11, 2022

The owners of a growing pet services business recently completed construction on a new headquarters building in Scotts Hill, merging two locations into one. Pawville owners Phil Miller and his wife, Amanda Miller, founded their company by converting a 5,000-square-foot pet store in Citrus County, Florida, into a pet boarding and grooming facility they opened in 2007. ...

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Improving Indoor Air Quality Requires a Systematic Approach

Posted Feb 28, 2022
With more of us working from home than ever, it’s no surprise the average American spends 90 percent of their time indoors.  And considering the EPA has stated that indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air, the subject of how to improve indoor air quality has never been more relevant. 

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Nov 9, 2022

Market factors are impacting commercial development in the Wilmington area, including the potential transformation of the downtown block owned by New Hanover County. Called Project Grace, previous plans for the property's redevelopment stumbled in September when the Local Government Commission did not approve a financing arrangement for a new county l ...

Nov 4, 2022

At CenterPoint, Apartments To Rise First

By Cece Nunn, posted Nov 4, 2022

The first component to go up in a major mixed-use project along Military Cutoff and Eastwood Roads in Wilmington will be rental dwellings, one of the developers said recently. “I think it will be the first quarter of the coming years when we’ll actually break ground and go vertical on the apartments,” said Jason Swain, of Wilmington-based developm ...

Nov 1, 2022

Officials with an organization that was aiming to raise $16 million to buy more than 80 acres on Eagles Island announced Tuesday that they've terminated their contract to buy the property. The Chape Hill-based nonprofit Unique Places to Save issued a press release Tuesday afternoon, announcing the decision and explaining that it came after failing to secure a grant ...

Oct 25, 2022

A new business park is under construction in Leland, with four tenants already solidified.  The Ploof Road Business Park has netted Mannkind Brewing Co., Eternal Fitness, Streets & Sons Tire and Auto Repair and Rager Heating & Cooler as its first tenants, according to commercial broker Laurence Nadeau with Creative Commercial Properties.  Plans call ...

Oct 19, 2022

Construction Underway For Beer Distributor In Leland

By Johanna F. Still, posted Oct 19, 2022

Beer distributor Adams Beverages is in the midst of a relocation and expansion to a new facility being constructed in the Leland Innovation Park.  Crews broke ground this summer on the planned 114,000-square-foot facility fronting Mercantile Drive.  With an end goal of May 2023, Adams Beverages officials hope to move out of the company’s space off Nor ...

Oct 18, 2022

Set to soon take over what’s long been operated as a beer distribution warehouse, Frontier Scientific Solutions is introducing the region to a service that’s currently not locally available: temperature-controlled storage for the life sciences sector.  Within the coming weeks, the new firm expects to welcome its first pharmaceutical shipment at 805 N. 2 ...

Oct 10, 2022

The pending purchase of Cape Fear Community College’s planned expanded nursing and allied health facility downtown was maneuvered discreetly, in a manner to ensure the price would remain fair, those involved in the deal say.  Brian Eckel, co-founder of Cape Fear Commercial, said that as he negotiated the contract through his special purpose entity, Cisco Acqu ...

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