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Don’t ask, do well: Developers who seek too much risk credibility (access required)

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A project he is representing, Walter Fields said, would add 115 multifamily units to an existing five town homes in the Stonecrest area in south Charlotte, but to do so, his client needs a rezoning. Fields has accompanied the project through the city’s regulatory pipeline, and on April 15, the full plan for a total of 120 dwelling units on the site -- which is beside an existing 215 apartments owned by the same company -- will go before the Charlotte City Council for the rezoning vote.

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Rezoned but unknown (access required)

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At the intersection of Providence Road and Strawberry Hill Drive rests an aging apartment complex. Camden Pinehurst, which was not always the name of the 40-building complex with the brick-and-vinyl exterior, has been in south Charlotte since 1967. But the owner, with pressure from the numerous brand new, Class A apartment properties popping up around the city, decided a change was needed.

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NoDa-bly different (access required)

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The tattoo parlors, art galleries and bars served as the inspiration from which Gvest Partners drew its apartment design.Over the past decade, the community called NoDa, centered at the intersection of 36th and North Davidson streets, had successfully transitioned from one of Charlotte’s biggest mill centers into the city’s arts district.

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Council approves rezoning for exterior signs on the Charlotte Knight’s ballpark (access required)

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Down to their third strike Monday night, the Charlotte Knights rallied and won the Charlotte City Council’s approval of a rezoning that will allow signage on the exterior walls of BB&T Ballpark. The 10,000-seat, $54 million ballpark is under construction on 8.42 acres surrounded by Graham Street, West 4th Street, Mint Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Opening of the park is about a year away.

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