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  • First look at new Elon Elementary

    As seen in “Times-News” website

    ABSS, Elon U celebrate construction, partnership at campus set to open in summer 2019

    ELON – In nine months, Elon Elementary School will be brand new.

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    7 best apartments in SouthPark

    As seen in “Charlotteagenda” website

    Less than 10 miles from Uptown and close to SouthPark mall, Phillips Place and other high-end shopping and dining, the SouthPark neighborhood attracts young professionals, families and well established Charlotteans alike.

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    Potential Triad Amazon fulfillment center receives building permit

    As seen in “The Triad Business Journal” magazine

    Project Triad, a codename for the distribution center, will go on 94 acres at Triad Business Park purchased by Seefried Construction & Development in Atlanta. The developer, which has handled Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) fulfillment centers in the past and submitted plans to the city of Kernersville for the 1 million-square-foot distribution center, bought the land for $11.2 million on June 15.

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  • Family Business Awards: Samet succeeds by thinking like a building owner

    As seen in “The Triad Business Journal” magazine

    Building commercial and industrial properties for clients is a huge part of this company’s business, but it is also one of the Triad’s most active real estate developers.

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    Fourth shell building in Monroe ready for industrial occupant

    As see in the “Charlotte Business Journal”

    The first three shell industrial buildings worked so well for the city of Monroe that it has built a fourth.

    It’s 109,000 square feet and, like the other three buildings, is located in Monroe Corporate Center near the Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport.

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    Exclusive: Samet, Brenners unite on spec building

    As seen in “The Triad Business Journal” magazine

    Spurred by its success with a series of speculative projects in Mebane, Samet Corp. is building a 120,000-square-foot industrial shell building — this time with a partner and in Greensboro’s airport submarket.

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