Monthly Archives: June 2015

Myrtle Beach Hopes Zoning Change Spurs Creative Downtown Development

Myrtle Beach officials on Tuesday said they hope approving a “floating zone” in a portion of downtown will help spur creative, mixed-use development in an area that has been neglected for years. The floating zone allows developers to propose projects that might not fit the current zoning in the portion of downtown referred to as the south mixed-use area, which is defined as the area from First Avenue North to Seventh Avenue North and from the Atlantic Ocean to Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach. Current zoning, MU-H, allows for development … Read More

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Mayor Riley on Confronting Racism with Honesty

Long-serving Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley is leading his city through the tragedy and aftermath of the Emmanuel AME shootings. Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault interviews Riley about effective policing, race relations and reaching Americans who don’t think that racism is their problem. Click here to read more and view the video.

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Big Ideas for the 2016 ULI Carolinas’ Meeting

SAVE THE DATE Mark your calendar today for the 2016 ULI Carolinas’ Meeting on February 29-March 1, 2016 in Raleigh, NC.  This third annual event to draw over 600 attendees from across the region to enjoy mobile workshops, keynote sessions, panels and incredible networking opportunities.  Registration information will be sent in the Fall. The ULI Carolinas’ Meeting offers educational and networking opportunities during the two-day event. The focus for the conference will be The Rise of the 18-Hour City. With an anticipated 600+ attendees, the meeting ensures access to leading … Read More

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