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Published Thursday, December 17, 2015
CONCORD — SunCap Charlotte, LLC is requesting an incentive grant that would reimburse the company up to 85 percent of their tax base over three years in order to develop a $39.5 million speculative industrial/distribution building in Concord. The company is working with FedEx Ground Package System, which looks to occupy the spec building, and is also more»
Published Friday, December 4, 2015
Media Contact Tammy Whaley 704-995-4084 CABARRUS CHAMBER & EDC NAMES TERRY CRAWFORD INTERIM PRESIDENT AND CEO Dec. 4, 2015 – CONCORD, NC – The Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee has voted unanimously to end the employment agreement of Patrick Coughlin, president and CEO, effective more»
Published Friday, December 4, 2015
Yet another speculative industrial building is being planned for Cabarrus County. This one is going up in International Business Park, located just off Interstate 85 at N.C. Highway 73. It’s a 50,425-square-foot building on 4.6 acres on Enterprise Drive. Four additional shell industrial buildings are being built in or around Concord. They include a more»
Published Thursday, October 29, 2015

Construction continued to be strong during September with single family housing permits hitting the highest point for the month since 2007, according to reports in the Cabarrus County Construction Standards office.

Published Thursday, October 29, 2015

$28 million water line, stretching 19.6 miles, which will provide Cabarrus County access to water, thanks to a partnership between the cities of Concord, Kannapolis and Albemarle.

Published Friday, August 28, 2015

Real estate brokers are showing more interest in Cabarrus County, reaching out to the Cabarrus Economic Development about large parcels of land that could be developed for industrial use.

Published Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Officials say that no industry in this area is creating jobs in larger numbers and growing faster than manufacturing.

Published Friday, May 29, 2015

Three companies looking at Cabarrus County as a place to develop their businesses could end up investing more than $60 million in the community and bring nearly 200 jobs here, according to the Cabarrus Economic Development.

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