Tag Archives: zoning

What should Charlotte look like? (access required)

The outside area of the Common Market in South End was cited by panelists as a good example of appealing urban design. The market, which offers deli sandwiches, beer and wine, is considered a  hip place to hang out. Photo courtesy of Charlotte Center City Partners.

Shaping development in a booming Charlotte is a tricky proposition and will take a uniting of businesses, academic institutions, municipal governments, citizens and others to do it successfully, a panel of planners, architects and others said last week. The pitfall ...

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Forum to discuss zoning options (access required)

Civic By Design and the Levine Museum of the New South are hosting a forum to discuss form-based development versus traditional use-based zoning from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Nov. 11. Form-based codes regulate the way that development fits in with a community ...

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