CORNELIUS –Courtyards at Nantz got held up in traffic Monday night at Cornelius Town Hall. The Cornelius Planning Board tabled a proposed 63-unit single-family age-restricted subdivision after representatives of developer Epcon Communities balked at the town planning department’s requirement that ...Read More »
STALLINGS – One residential developer scored a home run at a Stallings Town Council meeting Monday night, and another was stranded on-base, but the council gave him an extra inning to try to reach the plate. The council green-lighted a ...Read More »
STALLINGS – The Stallings Planning Board has approved a request from Epcon Communities for the conditional zoning of 34 acres of land on the north side of Lawyers Road for a 93-lot residential subdivision. The project, approved Jan. 21, will ...Read More »
CORNELIUS – With plans newly filed by B.V. Belk Properties for a 23-acre commercial and multifamily project with 360 apartments at West Catawba Avenue and Nantz Road, that corner in west Cornelius has suddenly become a hot one for potential ...Read More »
Epcon Communities this week reinforced its march into the region’s single-family market with the Huntersville Board of Commissioners’ approval of one of its communities of patio-style, detached condominium homes for adults 55 and older. On Jan. 6, after weeks of ...
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HUNTERSVILLE – Jill Swain, just elected to her fourth term as mayor of Huntersville after four previous terms as a member of the Board of Commissioners, has been around longer than her energetic comportment suggests. And she intends to stay ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – The town’s Board of Commissioners on Jan. 6 unanimously approved rezoning request allowing a developer to build a single-family subdivision for adults 55 and up. The plan, put forward by Epcon Communities of Columbus, Ohio, will put 50 or 51 ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Planning Board last week granted Epcon Communities a continuation until Dec. 17 on a rezoning request to allow the developer more time to answer officials’ concerns about a proposed single-family subdivision restricted to adults 55 and ...
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HUNTERSVILLE – Growth and aging. The town of Huntersville – the fastest-growing municipality in the state, and one of the fastest in the country – is grappling with both as it plans for its future. Although nothing was decided on ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville town planning staff report released Wednesday on a proposed single-family senior-living subdivision pretty much says: “No way.” Repeatedly. For eight pages. The block lengths don’t work with the lot sizes, the front-loading garages are not recessed ...Read More »