Posted on 29 October 2012.
Davidson developer John Marshall Custom Homes is seeking approval for a new infill development that would include 16 small homes on about 3 acres along Delburg Street, between Beaty and Watson streets in Davidson. In his application developer Rodney Graham describes the project as Davidson’s first “pocket neighborhood.” See REAL ESTATE & HOME
Posted in Beaty-Watson-Armour area, Business, Downtown & old Davidson, Planning & Development, real estate
Posted on 23 October 2012.
Plan for the Langtree development, off I-77 Exit 31. Click to download a larger PDF version.
The Lake Norman Chamber’s monthly Focus Friday issues session this Friday, Oct. 26, will provide an update on progress at the Langtree at the Lake
development, off I-77 Exit 31. Steve Welly, president and chief operating officer of RL West and Langtree Development, will talk about the mixed-use project, where four of the first seven planned buildings are now under construction. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Calendar, Cornelius, Huntersville, Lake Norman, Mooresville, Planning & Development
Posted on 16 October 2012.
The Chinese parent of Denver Global Products Inc. announced this week that it plans to build a $30.2 million plant for manufacturing, distribution and research and development in Lincoln County, on the west side of Lake Norman.
The company currently has 27 workers at the site on North Pilot Knob Road, but expects to employ 450 when the plant is completed. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Lake Norman, Lincoln County, Planning & Development
Posted on 11 October 2012.
Work has begun at the 14.7-acre site off Harbor Place Drive, near the Homewood Suites, where MSC is building a new $31 million headquarters. See a rendering of the planned building below (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
Town officials this week gave final approval to a $14 million package of state and local incentives that helped lure MSC Industrial Direct Corp. to choose Davidson for a new “co-headquarters.” The approval came as workers have begun grading the site off I-77 Exit 30 in preparation construction of the $31 million office project. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Cornelius, Exit 30 area, Huntersville, Mecklenburg County, Mooresville, Planning & Development, Town Hall
Posted on 11 October 2012.
Davidson President Carol Quillen announces the record donation at Duke Family Performance Hall Thursday. (Bill Giduz/Davidson College photo)
Davidson College has received its largest gift ever, $45 million from the Duke Endowment that college officials say will be used to “transform the academic heart of the campus.” The money will pay for renovations to a half-dozen campus buildings beginning next year, as well as a new science building. Read the full story
Posted in Davidson College, Planning & Development
Posted on 10 October 2012.
CORNELIUS - Rocky Mount-based Autumn Care broke ground Wednesday for a $12.5 million, 102-bed long-term nursing home off Zion Street, on land owned by Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. The nursing home, which could be open in a year, is the latest sign of growth as Mt. Zion carries out a long-term plan to help meet community needs. See the full story on CorneliusNews.net.
Posted in Cornelius, Health & Fitness, Huntersville, Nonprofit news, Planning & Development
Posted on 03 October 2012.
When Exit 28 in Cornelius is rebuilt next year to improve traffic flow, the interchange also will get a big aesthetic makeover, too. Architects for the town unveiled a nautical-themed design this week that calls for decorative bridge abutments, lighting and a signature mast-and-cable feature that looks like a sailboat. Town officials gave the go-ahead for the design. See a story and architect’s renderings of the plan on CorneliusNews.net»
Posted in Cornelius, Huntersville, Mooresville, Planning & Development, public spaces, Public works, Transportation
Posted on 21 September 2012.
Lawrence Group employees Alex Borisenko (left), Monica Holmes and Wade Walker lounged in a temporary public park created out of a parking space off South Main Street Friday. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
What was all that commotion around Summit Coffee on Friday? A tent, plants, turf, pumpkins, beach chairs? That was employees of local planning firm The Lawrence Group occupying a corner of the parking lot on a holiday we’ve never heard of, but like the sound of: National Park(ing) Day. Read the full story
Posted in Cornelius, Cycling, Downtown & old Davidson, Environment, Huntersville, Life in Davidson, Mooresville, Photo of the Day, Planning & Development, public spaces