Posted on 30 March 2012.
The Trump Organization has won approval from property owners to buy The Point Lake and Golf Club in Mooresville, the Trump Organization announced Thursday. Eric Trump, son of real estate mogul Donald Trump, confirmed the deal, The Mecklenburg Times reported.
See previous coverage of The Point.
Posted in MOORESVILLE, Real estate market
Posted on 12 December 2011.
After looking at the deal for more than a year, Donald Trump and his associates apparently have dropped their effort to buy The Point Lake & Golf Club in Mooresville. Trump’s son Eric tells The Mecklenburg Times they were scared off by all the squabbling among the club’s members and property owner Crescent Communities, the property’s owner. Read the full story
Posted in MOORESVILLE, People, Real estate market
Posted on 05 December 2011.
(The Point Lake and Golf Club photo)
Ownership of The Point Lake and Golf Club, on Brawley School Road in Mooresville, is about to change, and a big question mark is who might end up with the club. The Mecklenburg Times reported Thursday that Crescent Communities is scheduled to turn over ownership of the club to members by year’s end. But the Trump Organization – and Donald Trump – also are negotiating to buy it. And that has some members unhappy. Read the full story
Posted in Industry news, MOORESVILLE, Real estate market
Posted on 18 July 2011.
MOORESVILLE – Langtree Real Estate Group has opened a real estate brokerage operation in Mooresville, headed by President and Principal Brad Howard.
“Our focus is to offer the region increased value and services. The key difference in our approach compared to other real estate companies is our vested interest in the area,” Mr. Howard said in a press release. Read the full story
Posted in Industry news, MOORESVILLE, People, Real estate market
Posted on 14 December 2010.
Detail from a planning study map shows location of the Mayes property, and a possible development on the Huntersville side of N.C. 73, to the south.
Developer Childress Klein Properties Inc. plans to seek approval for a development of shops, offices, residences, and civic and institutional buildings – such as a fire statiion – on 74 acres owned by the Mayes family, at Davidson-Concord Road and N.C. 73.
A public planning workshop for the project is planned Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 15 and 16, at River Run Country Club, 19125 River Falls Drive. Read the full story
Posted in DAVIDSON, MOORESVILLE, Planning and development
Posted on 29 November 2010.
The 229-acre Abersham project was never built. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
Could the failed 229-acre Abersham development have an unexpected new chapter ahead? The director of the Davidson Lands Conservancy said last week that a “conservation buyer” is negotiating to buy the entire site from two banks that own it. Read the full story
Posted in Environment, home building, MOORESVILLE, Planning and development