We often paint Charlotte’s housing market in broad strokes: rising prices, bidding wars and gentrification reshaping neighborhoods.
How do you make a sprawling city that came of age in the automobile era less car-dependent?
One approach: Don't devote so much space to cars.
Charlotte is planning to ask voters this year to approve more than $100 million worth of new transportation bonds — an amount that would allow the city to make progress on goals like building more...
Pam Murray sees Charlotte through different eyes — and from a different seat — than most people as she moves about the city.
Charlotte is a fast-growing city where the skyline changes by the month and neighborhoods are reshaped at a disorienting pace.