New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) and New Hanover County have executed an agreement for NHRMC to purchase the county’s Health Department property located at 2029 South 17th Street for $19,350,000.
Governor Roy Cooper signed NC House Bill 589: Competitive Energy Solutions for North Carolina into law. Following is a statement from Abigail Ross Hopper, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)
London and Silicon Valley heading up the Global Top 30 on JLL’s 2017 Investment Intensity Index? Not surprising. But Raleigh-Durham, Austin and Denver also making the list? Now that’s interesting. It’s because these smaller powerhouses are punching above their weight in proportion to their local GDP and going head-to-head with highly globalized markets that are traditionally more attractive to investors. More...
The New Hanover County Department of Social Services is accepting applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) until March 31. The program provides a one-time annual vendor payment to help eligible families pay their energy expenses.
Crescent Communities today announced Scott Widener has been promoted to the role of President, Single Family. Widener previously served as Executive Vice President, Fielding Homes, the company’s homebuilding arm established in 2016.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is honored to present both Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) and Rep. George Holding (R-NC) with the prestigious SEIASolar Champion Award, an honor bestowed upon entities or individuals who have helped strengthen solar power in America.
A new climate controlled self-storage facility is under construction at 3302 Petty Rd in Durham, conveniently located to both Duke University and UNC Chapel Hill along Highway 15-501. JLL will oversee the construction of the project for the developer and owner, 3302 Petty Road, LLC.