It's Friday again, which means it's time for our weekly roundup of links to articles and posts we think you'll find interesting and informative. This week, we have a peek into the future of homebuilding, a look at a few weekend activities, and some good news for the nationwide real estate market. Let's get to it:
In 5 Ways Your Home Is Changing, CNN Money reports on trends from the homebuilding industry and a glimpse of the future.
The Charleston Area Transportation Authority (CARTA) board will move forward with the North Charleston Intermodal Transportation Facility, according to the Charleston Regional Business Journal.
"The 2014 home buying season got off to a good start with a year-over-year increase in inventory and sustained growth in home prices," says Realtor.com. The site says that nasty winter weather didn't keep home shoppers down.
Are you ready for this year's Family Circle Cup? The week-long tennis tournament begins next weekend. Get your tickets now!
Need something to do this weekend? Check out Charleston City Paper's roundup of activities, sights, and sounds.
The staff and agents at Johnson & Wilson Real Estate company wish you a safe and happy weekend as always!
Over the past two days, we've talked about two new buildings arriving in the new Nexton community in Summerville. Today we'd like to discuss the Omni Industrial Campus, located just off of Drop Off Drive. The Omni Industrial Campus will be the home to five seperate buildings developed by MeadWestvaco. This large development will accommodate a variety of facilities (distribution and manufacturing) on lots ranging from 100,000 to 1.32 million square feet, once again bringing more jobs to the Lowcountry. Phase one is expected to be completed this spring.
Omni facility plans