The meeting runs from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at the chamber’s conference room, 19900 W. Catawba Ave., Cornelius. It’s open to chamber members and guests.
Langtree at the Lake is 400-acre development just north of Davidson. The project includes about 47,000 square feet of retail space in the southwest quadrant of the I-77/Langtree Road interchange, bordering on the lake.
The project will include a 14-story, 306,000-square-foot building to be called “EthoSphere.”Mr. Welly started his real estate career in Toledo, Ohio, in 1983 in the brokerage business and soon became the head of a regional brokerage firm/investment sales department. In December 1999 he became president and COO of Rudolph/Libbe Properties. Rudolph/Libbe Properties merged with Park West Development in April 2009 and RL West Properties was formed, with Mr. Welly as President and COO. He has developed real estate throughout the Midwest as well as North and South Carolina. RL West is based in Sylvania, Ohio, with an office in Mooresville.
Also on Friday’s program will be Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins, who will talk about the project’s impact on Mooresville and the lake. And Jerry Broadway, executive director of the Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corp., also will speak about the regional economic impact of Langtree at the Lake on Cornelius, Davidson, and Huntersville.
For more information, contact the Lake Norman Chamber at 704-892-1922. Focus Friday is sponsored by CorneliusNews.net and DavidsonNews.net
Download a PDF of the site plan.