Posted on 06 August 2012.
Architect’s drawing shows the east side of the planned MSC Industrial Direct building, as it will look from Harbor Place Drive, off I-77 Exit 30.
Davidson’s Design Review Board on July 18 approved the design for MSC Industrial Direct Co.’s planned six-story, 180,000-square-foot “co-headquarters” off I-77 Exit 30 in Davidson.
MSC, based in Melville, N.Y., is a national distributor of industrial and metalworking supplies. The company announced June 20 that it would move key operations to the new building in the Harbor Place development, north of the Homewood suites. Read the full story
Posted in Design Review Board, Planning and development
Posted on 31 August 2011.
By DAVID BORAKS
Map shows Community One Bank's plan for development of the Davidson East site. Click to download a PDF. (Courtesy of Community One Bank/Walter Fields Group)
The Davidson Planning Board voted Monday to recommend map and text amendments for the Davidson East site off N.C. 73 to allow a revised mix of retail, residential and office/industrial uses on the property. The amendments next go to the Town Board, which is expected to vote on the changes at its Sept. 13 meeting.
In Monday’s vote, the Planning Board ultimately decided to recommend a version of the map proposed by Community One Bank of Asheboro, which owns most of the site. Read the full story
Posted in Planning and development, Planning board
Posted on 07 February 2011.
Davidson’s Town Board will hold a public hearing Tuesday night on proposed planning ordinance amendments that would clear the way for a different kind of development on the former site of Davidson East. The project off N.C. 73 east of town was approved but never built. Supporters say the changes could make the site more attractive to developers of an office or industrial park – or an “employment campus,” in the words of Davidson planners.
The question, Davidson officials say, is what should a “Davidson-style” industrial park look like?
Read the full story
Posted in Industry news, Planning and development
Posted on 31 January 2011.
Proposal also on Monday’s planning board agenda
Map shows the site's location. Click to enlarge. (SOURCE: Davidson planning department)
The Davidson Town Board will hold a public hearing on Feb. 8 on proposed changes in the planning ordinance that would alter what’s allowed on the former site of Davidson East, a development off N.C. 73 that was approved but never built. Town officials say the rezoning would help “align” the site with the town’s goal of boosting commercial development and expanding the town’s tax base.
The issue also will come up in a presentation at the Davidson Planning Board meeting Monday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Planning and development, Planning board, Real estate market
Posted on 22 December 2009.
A 173-acre site off N.C. 73 east of Davidson is being considered for a proposed corporate park that would replace the stalled Davidson East residential and commercial project approved several years ago. The project is still just a concept, and faces a variety of hurdles before it can happen. Read more in our Tuesday, Dec. 22, report on our main page, CLICK HERE>
Posted in DAVIDSON, Planning and development