Real Estate - Commercial

Jun 2, 2023

Local Retail Changes In Store

By Cece Nunn, posted About 3 hours ago

While new shopping centers are planned in areas outside the Port City, owners are adding to and revamping existing commercial complexes in Wilmington. One of the most extensive projects, an exterior facade refresh for Hanover Center on Oleander Drive, is coming soon. “Plans are underway with John Murray of BMH architecture and we expect to bid them later this y ...

May 26, 2023

At Mayfaire Town Center, crews have begun demolishing the former restaurant building in front of The Fresh Market grocery store. The long-vacant building is being destroyed to make way for a new feature at the mixed-use center – an Element by Westin hotel. CBL Properties (NYSE:CBL) and Vision Hospitality Group announced in January that they will build the 83,00 ...

May 26, 2023

In midtown Wilmington, the developers of Mayfaire's office park are planning a new 21,000-square-foot office building. Set to be built at 2725 Iron Gate Drive on land currently owned by Cameron Properties Land Co., the two-story structure is under review by the city of Wilmington. Parker Anderson of development firm SAMM-Midtown said the facility will be called T ...

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UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Unleashing Entrepreneurial Potential: A Glimpse into the UNCW CIE Incubator and Coworking Space

Posted About 12 hours ago
This article was contributed by Kevin Conner, MBA, CIE Operations Manager.

In the rapidly evolving world of entrepreneurship, having an empowering and dynamic workspace can make all the difference. At the UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), we go beyond providing incubator and coworking spaces. We create an environment that not only supports entire article
May 15, 2023

Anthropologie Coming To Mayfaire Town Center

By Staff Reports, posted May 15, 2023

Retailer Anthropologie is coming to Wilmington to join the tenant mix at Mayfaire Town Center, according to an announcement Monday. “Anthropologie is one of the most sought-after retail brands and we are thrilled that they have chosen to expand in the Wilmington market with a new location at Mayfaire,” said Kurt Bohlmann, general manager of Mayfaire, in ...

May 12, 2023

Common Desk Helps Fill Downtown Niche

By Jenny Callison, posted May 12, 2023

What might have seemed like a risky proposition for downtown Wilmington has proven to be a major asset, officials say. Coworking facility Common Desk has a full roster of tenants and, nearly two-and-a-half years after its January 2021 opening, has helped nurture more than 150 ventures of all sizes, according to McKay Siegel, a partner with East West Partners. His firm h ...

May 5, 2023

Cargo District To Add Food Court, More

By Cece Nunn, posted May 5, 2023

Wilmington’s Cargo District has attracted more attention in the past few years as restaurants and other businesses called the area home. And the district, which includes parts of Queen, Castle, 15th, 16th and 17th streets, as well as Wrightsville Avenue, will be welcoming more dining options in the coming months as a food court development makes progress, said Car ...

May 5, 2023

Potential Project Grace Developers To Discuss Plans

By Staff Reports, posted May 5, 2023

What could end up being a new start for downtown redevelopment proposal Project Grace is the subject of an upcoming event. Cape Fear Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) is hosting a luncheon program for members and guests titled Project Grace: A Conversation with the Community, according to a news release.  Cape Fear Development leaders Brian Ecke ...

Apr 28, 2023

The grilled sandwiches and hand-cut fries of a longtime Wilmington eatery are moving from midtown to a new Harris Teeter-anchored shopping center. Twenty years ago, Joe Pate opened his franchise of P.T.'s Olde Fashioned Grille on South 17th Street. But this month, he signed a lease to move the restaurant to The Crossroads at Independence, a center that opened l ...

Apr 21, 2023

Less Than An Acre Sells For $6M In Downtown Wilmington

By Cece Nunn, posted Apr 21, 2023

The vacant property at 101 N. Front St., where development plans over the years have come and gone, sold for $6 million this week. A little less than an acre in a prime downtown Wilmington spot, the parcel held a Wachovia Bank before it was demolished in 2008. The owners at that time had hoped to build an up-to-11-story, mixed-use project downtown that included retail, ...

Apr 18, 2023

Millions Of Dollars In Office Buildings Change Hands

By Cece Nunn, posted Apr 18, 2023

In separate deals totaling more than $20 million, two office buildings in Wilmington are under new ownership, and tonight, the Wilmington City Council could take the next step in its potential purchase of the Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. campus in downtown Wilmington.    Adding to holdings Legg Properties, managed by MegaCorp Logistics CEO Ryan Legg, bought ...

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