John Williams is worried about his tennis courts. City Councilman Andy Dulin is worried about the sacred property rights of Americans. And both men are chasing shadows.
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By a unanimous vote, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s Zoning Committee last week recommended approval of Woodfield’s rezoning request next door to Barclay Downs Swim and Racquet Club. Woodfield is seeking to build an apartment complex at the site; members of the Barclay Downs Swim and Racquet Club oppose the project.Read More »
A thirty-four-acre property on Carmel Road will become residential multifamily if the City Council follows the committee’s recommendation. That change would allow the developer, Faison-Hollow, to tear down the midpriced apartment complex and build 390 upscale units.Read More »
Christ Lutheran Church is requesting the rezoning of 1.66 acres at 4429 Providence Road from institutional — a zoning category for churches and other nonprofits — to business zoning. The rezoning would allow the church to use the land for ...Read More »
Squeezing student apartments between the University of North Carolina at Charlotte campus and College Downs -- one of Charlotte’s oldest single-family neighborhoods -- prompts doubts about the city's plan.Read More »
The uptick in homebuilding activity comes as some homebuilders say Mecklenburg County’s code enforcement department is taking longer than builders would like to inspect projects and approve plans. Builders say the waits are costing them money.Read More »