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Coming Monday to Cornelius: Car Wars Episode III: The Elantra strikes back (access required)

The plans for the proposed expansion of Lake Norman Hyundai calls for three new buildings to be constructed just to the left (or south) of the existing dealership on Interstate 77 at Catawba Avenue in Cornelius. The current building would become a used-car dealership. File photo by Tony Brown

CORNELIUS – If at second you don’t succeed, try, try again, again. That’s the latest tactic being taken by car czar Rick Zoerb in his yearlong battle to make a major expansion of his Hyundai dealership, prominently positioned at the ...

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UPDATE: Waverly developers hear concerns about traffic, traffic and traffic (access required)

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PROVIDENCE COUNTRY CLUB – It’s not the number of car trips expected to be generated by the proposed $200 million Waverly mixed-used development that is the real traffic issue. It’s the length of those trips that matter, their destinations, and ...

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Builders and developers named for South Charlotte project (access required)

This farmland is scheduled to be part of the proposed Waverly mixed-use development discussed Tuesday night at Providence Country Club, which is across the street. File photo by Nell Redmond

SOUTH CHARLOTTE – It is Waverly. It is David Weekley Homes. And it is a Pappas family affair. Giant Charlotte commercial developers Childress Klein Properties and Crosland Southeast have chosen Waverly as the name of their proposed $200 million mixed-use ...

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Huntersville delays two development decisions in rancorous meeting (access required)

This map shows the area of southeast Huntersville being studied for the town’s new Eastfield Road Small Area Plan. Map courtesy of the town of Huntersville

HUNTERSVILLE – Growth and aging. The town of Huntersville – the fastest-growing municipality in the state, and one of the fastest in the country – is grappling with both as it plans for its future. Although nothing was decided on ...

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