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Spectra Group says it chose Charlotte for 250 jobs over Austin and Tampa Bay

With $2.9 million in tax incentives and proximity to the banking industry, Charlotte beat out Austin, Texas, and Tampa Bay, Fla., for a new Spectra Group Inc. delivery center.

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From The Coffee Shop To A Real Office

Is your business busting at the seams? Is it time to move out of your garage or the corner coffee shop and get a real office?

Tripp GuinIn episode five of the Go For Launch podcast, I talk to Tripp Guin, founder and managing partner of TRIPP Commercial, LLC.

1st Metropolitan inks SouthPark lease

1st Metropolitan Mortgage has leased 20,000 square feet in the Piedmont Town Center development in Charlotte's SouthPark area, with the operation to serve as the company's national headquarters.

Chemical company to bring its headquarters, 120 high-dollar jobs to Charlotte

Local developers targeting historic property in Raleigh

Charlotte developers Lincoln Harris and Crosland are among the companies expected to bid on overhauling 21 acres of prime land around Raleigh's historic Blount Street.

Business built on referrals

XPO Logistics boosts size of its operation in Ballantyne

When Tripp Guin launched Referral Resource in 2002, he had to overcome an early failure to communicate.

XPO Logistics Inc. has expanded its national operations center at Ballantyne Corporate Park. The firm recently added 11,000 square feet to the nearly 21,000 square feet it already occupied at the Ballantyne Two building.

A big week for Charlotte recruiting started with Spectra Group’s 250-job expansion

With $2.9 million in tax incentives and proximity to the banking industry, Charlotte beat out Austin, Texas, and Florida’s Tampa Bay area for a new Spectra Group Inc. delivery center.

Ballantyne park expected to land Infinisource’s HQ

Benefits administration firm Infinisource Holdings Inc. plans to move its corporate headquarters to the Harris Building in Ballantyne Corporate Park, according to people familiar with the matter.

Office Suites adds third location

Office Suites Plus is constructing a $2 million, 15,000-square-foot building in the University area that will be its third Charlotte location.

Turner Construction heading to Roxborough building

Turner Construction Co. has signed a lease for 20,022 square feet on the fourth floor of the Roxborough Building in Charlotte's SouthPark area.

Faison mulling makeover of Summit Hollow apartments

40 Under 40: Tripp Guin, CB Richard Ellis

Career history: Morgan Resources, vice president, sales and marketing,1994-95; IKON, sales, 1995-97; Office Environments, director of business development, 1997-2002; Referral Resource, owner, 2002-04; CB Richard Ellis (and Trammell

A 232-unit apartment complex in south Charlotte may be razed for a condominium development, real estate insiders say, though owner Faison Associates says no decisions have been made.

Law Engineering operation merges with Colorado firm

Brokerage reshuffling is continuing at area firms

Law Engineering & Environmental Services and two other companies have merged under the umbrella of Mactec Inc., a Colorado-based engineering services firm.

More change at Charlotte’s commercial brokerage firms: Colliers International has hired Rob Speir, formerly of Keystone Partners and Jones Lang LaSalle, as a vice president of industrial brokerage.

Free checking can cost

Consolidation puts Camstar in Ballantyne park

When Tripp Guin signed up for small-business checking at SouthTrust Bank, he believed that the fees associated with the account would be minimal, if not nonexistent.

Software company Camstar Systems will move June 1 to new, 15,000-square-foot headquarters in Ballantyne Corporate Park.

Tech companies shed assets to gain strength

Nexsen Pruet makes uptown office move

Law firm Nexsen Pruet is relocating its local office to the Carillon building uptown, citing changing lease rates as the primary driver for the move.

Penny Parks passed out $1 million in bonuses to her technology consultants in 2000. By last year, those had shrunk to a mere $150,000.

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