Despite a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Committee recommendation against building a K-8 school at the former Eastland Mall, the Charlotte City Council gave a nod to its staff’s plans to continue negotiating a land sale with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. The council also voted ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council on Monday approved rezoning petitions that pave the way for construction of a large golf and entertainment complex and several mixed-use and residential projects. But the council failed to achieve the three-quarters majority vote necessary for ...
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Joe Padilla says he’s still recovering from the N.C. General Assembly’s nine months of wrangling, the longest session in more than a decade. But, said the executive director of the Charlotte Real Estate Building Industry Coalition, the haul was worth ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission was encouraged last week to be more active in helping to shape future development of one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities. “The reason you exist is to determine what is right for the community at this ...
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The Charlotte City Council approved rezoning this week that would allow the development of townhomes and multifamily units on 5 acres in south Charlotte, and deferred a decision on a rezoning for single-family homes on an acre in Plaza Midwood. ...Read More »