The city’s zoning committee met Wednesday to consider rezoning requests. The City Council gets to vote on them next. Here’s how the committee voted.
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Architect Tom Low, director of “new urbanist” firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co.’s Charlotte office, is the newest member of the city’s planning commission. Mayor Anthony Foxx's administration never issued a press release about the appointment, but a city spokesman said that's not unusual.Read More »
The future lurks murky for a hotel that was planned for SouthPark. On Wednesday, the city of Charlotte’s zoning committee denied a rezoning request from Greensboro-based CN Hotels, which had expressed an interest in building a hotel on Park South Drive. Charlotte ...Read More »
(Updated at 4:35 p.m. June 28, 2012) Architect Tom Low, director of “new urbanist” firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Cos.’ Charlotte office, is the newest member of the city’s planning commission. His term begins Sunday. Cheryl Neely, executive services coordinator for ...Read More »
To the disappointment of some Lake Wylie-area residents, the Charlotte City Council tonight unanimously OK’d a rezoning that will allow a developer to build homes at a higher density near The Sanctuary community. Charlotte-based Crescent Resources sought the rezoning for ...Read More »
Under the city’s rules, developers can either build sidewalks before the subdivision is platted – so they can sell lots with sidewalks already in place – or they can put sidewalks in after the plating. But some developers say the city’s two options are flawed.Read More »