STALLINGS – After some 90 minutes of arguments for and against, the Stallings Town Council voted unanimously Jan. 13 to approve a conditional zoning request for a new 55-lot residential subdivision just across the Mecklenburg-Union county line from Matthews. The ...Read More »
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The Stallings Town Council will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Jan. 13 at town hall to consider a request by Meritage Homes for approval of a conditional residential zoning that will allow for the development of a 66-lot ...Read More »
The Stallings Town Council is expected to vote in January on a request by Meritage Homes for conditional zoning to allow for the development of a 66-lot single-family subdivision. The subdivision property is a 22.08-acre parcel on the north side ...Read More »
The Stallings Planning Board will discuss at its Dec. 17 meeting a request by Meritage Homes for the approval of a Conditional Zoning (CZ-residential) to allow it to build a 66-lot single-family subdivision, Chestnut Place II. The property sits on ...Read More »
Meritage Homes, one of the bigger homebuilders in the country, on Tuesday night appeared before the Wesley Chapel Village Council asking for increased density on the zoning of 125 acres at the intersection of Potter and Beulah Church roadsRead More »
Goldman Sachs, the global investment banking firm, put out a report naming Charlotte and Jacksonville, Fla., as the two hottest new housing markets in the country, based on population growth, cheap land and economic fundamentals. And in the post-recession, still-recovering era, Goldman picked three national production homebuilders as good stock investments, predicting they would grow in value by as much as 24 percent this year. Two of them have been charging into the Charlotte market in major ways since the market bottomed out in 2010: Toll Brothers Ryland Group.
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