Lincoln Harris’ proposed Walgreens at Kenilworth Avenue and East Moorehead Street moved one step closer to completion Wednesday night when the city of Charlotte’s zoning committee threw unanimous support behind the project.
Lincoln Harris has found itself still trying to appease Dilworth residents concerned about its proposed Walgreens. The developer said it has already met with residents and tweaked its plans. But last week the city’s zoning committee told Lincoln to keep talking with neighborhood representatives.
The Big Ben pub on Providence Road stopped being a watering hole when it went up in flames about two years ago. Now, the site is being reborn, going from a place where people might have had to call a cab to a place where they can buy a phone.
As it tries to put a Walgreens in this upscale pocket of Charlotte, developer Lincoln Harris has given some residents a reason to run to one for heartburn medicine.
On one side of the table was Charlotte attorney Ken Davies, who had a small, private practice and handled mostly domestic and personal injury cases and the occasional real estate litigation. On the other side of the table was a team of about eight attorneys who represented the city’s elite: well-connected movers and shakers who [...]
Already skeptical of SouthPark Mall, a big, new complex built in the middle of pastureland, residents weren’t happy when they learned that Charlotte developer Johnny Harris planned to build offices and retail shops around it. It was the early 1970s, and Harris, then a partner at The Bissell Cos., said his family had sold the [...]