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Waverly developers riding public support (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Charlotte uber-developer Peter B. Pappas of Crosland Southeast was feeling so confident after his performance at a Charlotte City Council public hearing Monday night that he revealed the construction schedule of the $200 million, 90-acre Waverly development for ...

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UPDATED: City Council approves SouthPark office towers, Ballantyne-area apartments (access required)

UPDATED: City Council approves SouthPark office towers, Ballantyne-area apartments <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

CHARLOTTE – Apartments near Ballantyne, office buildings in SouthPark and a hotel on the border of Dilworth and South End were all approved by City Council in Monday’s zoning meeting. South Charlotte was well represented at the meeting, as the ...

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Development planned on 1,000-plus acres (access required)

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Mattamy Homes might be the first but is definitely not the only developer interested in working under Lancaster County, S.C.’s new clustered-lot single-family residential zoning overlay in the county’s panhandle. Three other developers-homebuilders have projects that will come up soon ...

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Nonprofit seeks input on development strategy for Charlotte region (access required)

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CONNECT our Future is seeking input from residents of 14 counties over the next two months as it develops a framework to help shape the region’s growth. The nonprofit CONNECT Consortium is funded by $7.9 million, which includes $4.9 million ...

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