Along with its success, Vermillion occasionally has hit bumps in the road to completion, including a delay in rolling out Phase 3 and some lots that did not sell as quickly as planned. But as the housing market rebounds, the $100 million master-planned development appears to be back.
It wasn’t the developer’s first choice and it was a long time coming, but Harris Teeter is the grocer most likely to anchor the first stage of commercial development in the mixed-use Antiquity community, off N.C. Highway 115 against Cornelius’ border with the town of Davidson.
DEAR BENNY: My husband and I purchased a home in a new development. At the time we viewed the home, at the time we offered to buy it, and at the mortgage closing, no mention was made of any extra fees associated with having city water at the site. About 20 months after we (and [...]
A project he is representing, Walter Fields said, would add 115 multifamily units to an existing five town homes in the Stonecrest area in south Charlotte, but to do so, his client needs a rezoning. Fields has accompanied the project through the city’s regulatory pipeline, and on April 15, the full plan for a total of 120 dwelling units on the site -- which is beside an existing 215 apartments owned by the same company -- will go before the Charlotte City Council for the rezoning vote.
“Cornelius has so much it has to offer now with all the retail and restaurants in the area, the excellent schools, let alone the natural attraction of the lake and its two parks, Jetton Park on Lake Norman and Ramsey Creek Park," said Classica Homes owner Bill Saint.
ROCK HILL, S.C. — The city of Rock Hill is seeking developers to propose projects on a site known as “the Bleachery,” according to a website city created to tout the 23-acre area. Formerly the home of The Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Co., which opened in 1929 and went out of business in 1998, [...]