Overnight, the personal office has become the primary place of business. What does that mean for the people who build them?
January 18, 2021 Andy Smith
Anthony Moore and Matt Connolly met as students at Northeastern University in Boston and transferred to UNC Wilmington together in the early 2000s. They founded the building company Pike Properties in 2008 and began to flip small starter homes in the midst of a financial crisis that depressed home prices. Over the past 12 years, Pike Properties has grown with the Charlotte housing market, and the homes Moore and Connolly build now sell for an average of $1.3 million. And many of their local clients skip the classic starter home and go straight for the house of their dreams.
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