HUNTERSVILLE — The Huntersville Board of Commissioners Monday night unanimously OK’d a land swap that will allow construction to begin this spring on a new retail development, Huntersville Market. Also, on Tuesday, The Mecklenburg Times learned that the project’s first two tenants will be a Walgreens pharmacy and a Novant Health medical clinic. Plans call [...]
In 2008, the town approved the Huntersville Market retail project, on the Charlotte-Huntersville border at Prosperity Church and Eastfield roads. The project has taken five years to get going, in part because of the complexities that come with being in two municipalities.
In what appears to be one of the last hurdles before construction can begin on the new 21-acre Huntersville Market retail project, commercial developer Cambridge Properties and John Wieland Homes have worked out a land-swap involving a neighboring housing subdivision.
Cambridge Properties could start building a 21-acre retail project on the Charlotte-Huntersville border as soon as next spring. It’s a development that one project official says has taken five years to make happen, thanks in no small part to the complexities that come with being on the border.