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Mar 11, 2020

Print Shop Moves To Renovated Building On S. Kerr Ave.

By Cece Nunn, posted Mar 11, 2020

A longtime print shop in Wilmington has a new location. Copycat Print Shop, created in the early 1970s as a print shop for a local architecture firm, moved recently from its previous location on Oleander Drive in Wilmington to a renovated mid-century modern building at 637 S. Kerr Ave.  In 1979, Max Kahn bought out the other three partners in the print shop and ...

Mar 6, 2020

How A Facelift Can Lift A Center

By Cece Nunn, posted Mar 6, 2020

Sometimes it seems like everything old is new again in Wilmington. Well, not everything. And not completely new.   Two major examples of older shopping centers in the Wilmington area that are getting major facelifts and changes are both on Oleander Drive: Independence Mall, a 1970s-era center where additions will include restaurants, along with exterior-facing st ...

Mar 6, 2020

CenterPoint has been the center of attention in recent weeks for changes anticipated in the proposed, large-scale mixed-use development. In 2017, Swain & Associates developers announced plans for CenterPoint, a major mixed-use development on Eastwood and Military Cutoff roads in Wilmington that would include a hotel, an office building with a parking deck, apar ...

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Mar 4, 2020

Locals Buy Historic Commercial Property Downtown

By Cece Nunn, posted Mar 4, 2020

Something new has come to Old Wilmington City Market: new owners. An entity controlled by Wilmington residents, ER Quiver Family Limited Partnership, bought the historic property from City Market of Wilmington LLC for nearly $1.5 million, according to a deed recorded Tuesday. The 14,700-square-foot market was built in the 1880s, according to its Loopnet.com list ...

Mar 3, 2020

Mixed-use Developer Seeks Brownfields Agreement

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Mar 3, 2020

Developers of a potential $75 million mixed-use project on the riverfront in downtown Wilmington are seeking a brownfields agreement, according to state documents. The applicant, Wilmington Waterfront Property Owner LLC, has been determined eligible to enter the brownfield agreement process, according to North Carolina Brownfields Program documents. The program is admin ...

Feb 27, 2020

Real Estate Award Winners Announced

By Cece Nunn, posted Feb 27, 2020

Cape Fear Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) has announced the winners of its 2020 Awards of Excellence, held Thursday at the Wilmington Convention Center. The awards focus on the rapidly growing Cape Fear region commercial real estate sector, recognizing excellence and leadership in the industry, according to a CREW news release. The event was led by Julie Andrews ...

Feb 27, 2020

The next phase of Autumn Hall, a master planned community on Eastwood Road, is progressing with site work that began this week and plans for a proposed bank and office building recently submitted to the city of Wilmington. The developers have not yet announced which bank is expected to occupy space in the two-story, 27,500-square-foot building at 1202 Eastwood Road. The ...

Feb 20, 2020

More Than 5,000 Acres Sold To Timber Investors

By Cece Nunn, posted Feb 20, 2020

A timber investment firm recently purchased thousands of acres in five counties from Corbett Industries Inc., a broker said Wednesday. The sale, which closed Feb. 11, encompassed 5,154 acres of timberland in an 18-tract portfolio, mainly in Pender and Duplin counties, but also in Brunswick, Columbus and Bladen counties. The buyers were Georgia-based Cat Tail LLC ...

Feb 10, 2020

Sold! Firms Complete Buys Of Commerce Park Land

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 10, 2020

Two firms have purchased land in Pender Commerce Park and will soon add to a growing list of businesses within the county-owned industrial park. Separate, planned developments – a more than $8 million class A industrial spec building and the U.S. headquarters site for Polyhose Inc. – have been given the green light by Pender County commissioners, who al ...

Feb 7, 2020

Drawing On Leadership Skills

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Feb 7, 2020

LS3P’s Laura Miller has had a hand in many projects over the course of her nearly 20-year career as an architect. But her passion for the industry was sparked long before her first plans came to life.   Miller watched as her parents were planning their own home: looking over floor plans, figuring out where things needed to go and talking logistics with differe ...

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