As with more popular single-family homes, both the construction and sales of town houses appear to be slowly building their way back up from the rubble of the Charlotte-market housing crash. But a real recovery is still thousands of empty lots away. Mecklenburg County building permits for town houses are up dramatically in the first quarter of 2013 compared with the same period last year.
CHARLOTTE — Ryan Homes plans to build four town houses in the McCarley subdivision off Lancaster Highway, half a mile south of Ballantyne and near the border with unincorporated South Carolina, according to building permits. On Friday, Mecklenburg County issued four permits worth a total of $701,666 to NVR, Ryan’s parent company, for four two-story [...]
CHARLOTTE — Pulte Homes plans to invest $1.64 million in building townhouses in two residential developments, according to Mecklenburg County building permits. On Friday, the county issued nine building permits to PulteGroup, a subsidiary of the Bloomfield, Mich.-based homebuilding giant, to build five two-story units in Park South Station and four in Stone Creek Ranch. Each of [...]