A rezoning request for a proposed 360.5-acre development, including the site where the Charlotte Knights formerly played, is scheduled to be considered by York County planning officials Dec. 14. “It is one of the bigger (rezoning applications) we have seen ...Read More »
FORT MILL, S.C. — The Charlotte Knights have officially said goodbye to the South Carolina stadium that was their home turf for more than two decades. The Herald of Rock Hill reports (http://bit.ly/1enYbCx ) that Knights executive vice president Dan Rajkowski ceremonially locked ...Read More »
As the Charlotte Knights season ended last September in Fort Mill, S.C., with a loss to the Pawtucket Red Sox, Rodgers Builders was getting set to break ground on a $54 million, 10,000-seat uptown ballpark for the team. Jump to April and while the Knights are staggering to a well-below-.500 start in the team’s final season in South Carolina, steel and concrete that roughly resemble a ballpark have sprung out of the ground in uptown’s Third Ward, as construction workers scurry around the site like fielders hustling for a barely reachable fly ball.
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CHARLOTTE – Construction on the Charlotte Knights’ $54 million uptown ballpark is swinging along, as Mecklenburg County has issued five more building permits, valued at $911,943, to the team for construction on the new ballpark. The county last week issued ...Read More »