Posted on 29 October 2012.
A photo of a neighborhood developed by Ross Chapin Architects shows what a pocket neighborhood might look like – a collection of small cottage-style homes.” (Ross Chapin Architects photo)
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.”
A public information session about the project is planned Wednesday, Nov. 7, from 3-7 p.m. at Davidson Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Planning and development, Real estate market
Posted on 18 October 2012.
By DAVID BORAKS
518 Walnut St., built by John Marshall Custom homes.
Davidson-based home-builder John Marshall Custom Homes has added a new tagline to its marketing: North Carolina’s top private builder of environmentally-conscious LEED-certified homes.
Three of the houses built in the past few years by Rodney Graham and his company have been certified under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED program, which stands for “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.” The latest is at 518 Walnut St., in Mr. Graham’s Davidson Springs in-fill development near downtown Davidson. Read the full story
Posted in DAVIDSON, Environment, home building, Planning and development
Posted on 08 October 2012.
This home in Denver’s Lake Norman Estates set a new record for home sales price in the Charlotte region. (Lake Norman Realty photo)
A waterfront estate on Lake Norman in Denver sold Sept. 25 for $7.5 million, setting a new record for a home sale in the Charlotte region, according to Carolina Multiple Listing Service data. Built by Tony H. Forouzad Construction Co., the home was sold by Lake Norman Realty Inc. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Real estate market
Posted on 01 October 2012.
HUNTERSVILLE - Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Lake Norman now have expanded independent living options with the opening of the new McCleskey Apartments in Huntersville. Read the full story
Posted in home building, HUNTERSVILLE
Posted on 21 September 2012.
By DAVID BORAKS
CORNELIUS – A developer is dropping plans for Madison at Lake Norman, a proposed 260-unit apartment complex off Magnolia Estates Drive that had sparked neighbors’ concerns over its size, height, and traffic. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Planning and development
Posted on 27 August 2012.
A construction crew worked on framing Aug. 22 for Legacy Cornelius, a complex of high-end apartments and townhomes off Westmoreland Road. Two more apartment complexes will be the subject of community meetings Sept. 4. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
CORNELIUS – Cornelius seems to be in the midst of a small boom in construction of condos and multi-family housing. Planners will host a pair of simultaneous community meetings at Town Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 4, to unveil plans for two proposed apartment complexes off West Catawba Avenue. The projects will fill vacant lots where developments have long been planned, and join other apartments already under construction around town.
One project, Madison at Lake Norman, would construct 260 apartments off Magnolia Estates Drive, with a new road connecting to Edinburgh Square Drive. A second 108-unit project, Kenton Place Lot 2, is planned on Kenton Drive in front of the former Palace Theater. Read the full story
Posted in CORNELIUS, home building, Planning and development, Real estate market