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Huntersville expands clustered-lot subdivision proposal to rural areas (access required)

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HUNTERSVILLE – The clustered residential subdivisions sought by developers and planners alike are being considered for much larger sections of the biggest Mecklenburg County municipality outside Charlotte. At its Feb. 3 meeting, the Huntersville Board of Commissioners voted to delay ...

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Epcon adds to its 55-and-older developments (access required)

Epcon Communities’ developments for adults 55 and older feature homes that wrap three-quarters of the way around patios. Photo courtesy Epcon Communities

Epcon Communities this week reinforced its march into the region’s single-family market with the Huntersville Board of Commissioners’ approval of one of its communities of patio-style, detached condominium homes for adults 55 and older. On Jan. 6, after weeks of ...

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UPDATED: 2013 Huntersville Planning issues approved in the new year (access required)

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HUNTERSVILLE – The town’s Board of Commissioners on Jan. 6 unanimously approved rezoning request allowing a developer to build a single-family subdivision for adults 55 and up. The plan, put forward by Epcon Communities of Columbus, Ohio, will put 50 or 51 ...

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Bright times for Bryton? Developers bet a behemoth will be born again (access required)

The partially developed Bryton site, massive for a master-planned, mixed-used development, is adjacent to the Interstate 485-Old Statesville Road interchange, where the highway now ends. Although the extension of I-485, the last leg of the beltway to be completed, is projected to be two years off, expectations have already jumpstarted development in northeast Charlotte. Aerial view courtesy of American Asset Corp.

HUNTERSVILLE — After languishing like a slumbering giant during the recession, one of the Charlotte region’s largest master-planned, mixed-use development projects has just awakened and looks ready to storm back from dormancy. Bryton – the $1 billion, 430-acre office-retail-residential development ...

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