Huntersville will hold a public hearing Sept. 19 on a request from NVR Inc. to annex more than 76 acres along Asbury Chapel Road, on which the company plans to build 110 single-family homes.
The town is also currently reviewing a subdivision sketch plan for the project.
NVR is not seeking a rezoning for the land, which can be developed by right under its current transitional residential zoning. The project would include a density of 1.44 units per acre, under the maximum requirement of 1.5 units; reserve 44.4 percent as open space, over the minimum 40 percent required; and save 36 percent of the tree canopy and 53 percent of specimen trees, exceeding the 35 percent requirement for each.
The Engineering and Public Works Department has recommended the construction of two 100-foot exclusive left-turn lanes at the development’s entrances on Asbury Chapel Road.