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Breaking camp: Houses would be built where lives were once rebuilt (access required)

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LANCASTER., S.C. – The land known as TreeTops undulates away from the two-lane blacktop. Wikoff Pond shimmers under the forest’s canopy and Twelvemile Creek meanders through wetlands teeming with life. And the land, on Van Wyck Road in Lancaster County’s ...

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Subdivision decision delayed until May (access required)

CORNELIUS –Courtyards at Nantz got held up in traffic Monday night at Cornelius Town Hall. The Cornelius Planning Board tabled a proposed 63-unit single-family age-restricted subdivision after representatives of developer Epcon Communities balked at the town planning department’s requirement that ...

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Lancaster County, S.C., gives initial OK to Mattamy Homes rezoning (access required)

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LANCASTER, S.C. – Despite passionate arguments from opponents and applause from their supporters, the Lancaster County Council on Monday gave its initial approval to a rezoning for a new development by Mattamy Homes. The rezoning petition, which calls for about ...

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Bill Saint: The elusive president of the Home Builders Association of Charlotte speaks his piece (access required)

Bill Saint: The elusive president of the Home Builders Association of Charlotte speaks his piece <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

MINT HILL – On the Level begs to differ. Bill Saint, president of Classica Homes, which in three years of existence has become one of Charlotte’s busiest luxury homebuilders, always turned us down. “I’m not interesting enough to interview,” Saint ...

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Vision for Knowledge Park expanded: Developer reveals plans for Rock Hill textile corridor’s ‘Bleachery’ site (access required)

Vision for Knowledge Park expanded: Developer reveals plans for Rock Hill textile corridor’s ‘Bleachery’ site <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

ROCK HILL, S.C. – The 23-acre canvas, blank except for four abandoned textile mill buildings, lies bare between slowly redeveloping downtown and fast-growing Winthrop University. Twin smokestacks remain a towering reminder of the real estate speculation and government studies that ...

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