The Concord City Council has asked opponents of a proposed 551-house subdivision to meet with developers in an effort to work out their differences. The council voted 6-0 to have the two sides talk after holding a public hearing in ...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 »
Residential construction shows no signs of waning, with developers seeking rezonings for single-family and townhome projects in south Charlotte and a large apartment complex in NoDa. Mixed-use projects also are in the works, with Faison Enterprises proposing a transit-oriented development ...Read More »
Charlotte and surrounding towns are taking steps to comply with a new state law that prohibits municipalities from imposing construction requirements purely for aesthetic reasons for single-family homes and duplexes. The law went into effect June 19. However, in Mint ...Read More »
The Associated General Contractors of America announced in Charlotte on Thursday that it has put together a series of steps for contractors to take to improve workplace safety as the number of construction fatalities nationwide has risen. Nationwide, the number ...Read More »