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Huntersville leaders ponder new town hall options

Aug. 17.  Design-build team Edifice/Creech & Associates has given Huntersville leaders a preview of what a new town hall adjacent to the existing town hall could look like, and what it might cost compared to the previous option next to the Town Center.

Earlier this year, the Huntersville Commissioners put the new town hall project on pause to look at other potential sites to the previously planned location on the grass next to the Town Center.

The current Town Hall, built in 1997, has 8,000 square feet and the the Town Center, built in 2010, has roughly 18,290 square feet.

Edifice/Creech & Associates noted the existing space of 26, 290 square feet is undersized compared to neighboring and similar towns.

For example, Huntersville’s 0.42 square feet per population lags behind Davidson’s 2.59, Cornelius’ 0.85 and Mooresville’s 0.72.

Edifice/Creech & Associates offered options including renovations and additions, demolition and  construction, and sale of existing building and construction.

For details, including projected costs, click here