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Two new town house developments OK’d by Fort Mill Town Council (access required)

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FORT MILL – The Town Council approved two town house development projects Monday morning: A mixed-use, 235-unit subdivision with up to 170,000 square feet of commercial space; and a 150-unit town house-only community. The mixed-use development, proposed by property owner ...

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Mixed market message: Q2 reports show good news, bad news for new-home construction (access required)

Mixed market message: Q2 reports show good news, bad news for new-home construction <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

CHARLOTTE – Despite higher numbers across the board in the second quarter – in new home starts, closings and prices – don’t yet bet the house on a sustained residential construction recovery. New-home permits are down, inventory is low, desirable ...

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Copper Builders wins City Council rezoning bid for south Charlotte town houses (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a rezoning petition by Copper Builders and Cambridge Properties on 9 acres near Carmel and Colony roads. Before the meeting, Wade Miller, president of Copper Builders, said his company ...

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It’s a bar. It’s a nightclub. No, it’s a Type 2 establishment! (access required)

CHARLOTTE – At Monday’s zoning meeting, the Charlotte City Council unanimously approved a rewrite of the municipal zoning ordinance’s 1981 definitions of “nightclub,” “bars,” “restaurants” and “lounges.” The new language, written by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department after two years of ...

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