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  • Alamance-Burlington school board moves bond projects.

    As see in the “The Times News” website

    The Alamance-Burlington Board of Education took some significant steps on the way to staring the major projects in the $150 million school bond — building a seventh high school and renovating Southern Alamance High School — at its meeting Monday, Sept. 23.

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    Rockers’ revenue rolls along as stadium construction progresses

    As seen in “The Triad Business Journal” magazine

    Team president promises unique physical features in stadium.

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    Greensboro council OKs contractor to build Eugene Street parking deck for no more than $22 million

    As seen in “Greensboro” website

    GREENSBORO — The Greensboro City Council took a significant step Tuesday toward building a new parking deck at the southwest corner of North Eugene and Bellemeade streets.

    The council voted 9-0 to appoint a construction-management company to work out a plan and build the deck.

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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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