Avery Park

Mar 19, 2015

Cornelius annexes land

The Cornelius Town Board on Monday night voted to annex 38.77 acres from unincorporated Mecklenburg County. The annexed land comprises much of the property on which M/I Homes will develop […]

Jun 18, 2014

Cornelius approves Avery Park subdivision

The Cornelius Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 on Monday to approve a conditional rezoning of 40.5 acres for the development of a new 94-home community which will be known as […]

Feb 14, 2014

M/I Homes has plans for two subdivisions, north and south

Columbus, Ohio-based M/I Homes has plans to develop two new residential subdivisions, one to the south of Charlotte and the other to the north. Cameron Creek, planned for Tega Cay, […]

Jun 17, 2013

M/I Homes rings a Bellington

The plan goes like this: Let another homebuilding/development company do the local-government legwork, buy the property pre-entitled. Then, as another homebuilder/developer, put in the infrastructure, develop the lots and build the houses yourself.

Dec 28, 2012

On the Level: Land-use attorney Collin Brown is moving up representing developers in rezoning cases

At 35, Charlotte land-use attorney Collin Brown is moving up, literally and figuratively. As the Charlotte area comes to grips with development and density issues, you can often find Brown advocating for developers at public meetings, which are just as often packed with protesters.

Nov 19, 2012

M/I Homes to wait until January for Avery Park vote

Tamara Lynch, M/I vice president for sales and marketing, who declining to comment on the reasons for the delay, said Monday that her company has decided to take the proposal to commissioners in mid-January.

Oct 24, 2012

M/I wins planning board OK for new Avery Park plan

M/I Homes on Tuesday night presented a radically altered site plan for its controversial Avery Park subdivision, making changes to address the concerns of neighbors protesting the proposed project.

Oct 23, 2012

Avery Park decision pushed back

In the latest wrinkle in the squabble over M/I Homes’ proposed Avery Park subdivision, the company has decided to wait two more weeks before having Huntersville take a final vote on the project, according to Whitney Hodges, senior planner for the town.

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