The plan goes like this: Let another homebuilding/development company do the local-government legwork, buy the property pre-entitled. Then, as another homebuilder/developer, put in the infrastructure, develop the lots and build the houses yourself.
HUNTERSVILLE — A development firm wants to almost double the approved density of the final phase of a nearly built-out subdivision off Huntersville-Concord and Old Statesville roads. The request comes at a time when the town of Huntersville has demonstrated itself to be unfriendly to higher-density developments. The Bowman Group of Huntersville wants to re-subdivide [...]
Updated at 2:20 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28 HUNTERSVILLE — The Huntersville Town Planning Board on Tuesday recommended the OK of a proposal by Hopper Communities of Charlotte to increase the density of its already approved Bellington single-family housing development. Instead of building 88 homes on about 42 acres on Huntersville-Concord Road, Hopper now wants to [...]
An incentive designed to boost affordable housing in the city by allowing developers to increase the density of projects is expected to go before the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission for approval this year, the commission’s vice chairman said. But the incentive might not be enough, he said.