The Lancaster County Council voted 6-0 on Monday night to approve the third and final reading of an ordinance for a development agreement on a proposed 310-home subdivision. District 1 Councilman Larry McCullough was absent from the meeting. Austin-based Forestar ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
The Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas Inc. honored several of its members during its 14th Annual Excellence in Construction Awards on Thursday night at the Hilton Charlotte Center City. More than 600 people attended, making it the largest ...
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A rezoning request for a proposed 360.5-acre development, including the site where the Charlotte Knights formerly played, is scheduled to be considered by York County planning officials Dec. 14. “It is one of the bigger (rezoning applications) we have seen ...Read More »
After nearly a year of negotiations, a task force has reached consensus on a proposal that would make permanent a stormwater mitigation fee program for redevelopment projects across the city. In October 2014, the Charlotte City Council approved a three-year ...
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Studio South presented its plans to build a $350 million movie studio development to the York County Council on Monday night, as part of its effort in seeking a $1 million hospitality tax grant. The project would include nine film ...Read More »
Developers of active-adult communities are preparing plans for projects in Wesley Chapel, following the village’s addition earlier this year of senior housing to its zoning ordinance as a conditional use. Epcon Communities expects to submit a rezoning request by Dec. ...
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The Charlotte City Council on Monday unanimously approved a two-year extension on Pappas Properties’ delivery date of a Charlotte Area Transportation System parking deck to serve the Scaleybark Light Rail Station. The developer is planning a 23-acre mixed-use project ...Read More »