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Cornelius Development

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Planning Board to consider mixed-use building

Aug. 8. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Planning Board will consider plans for a four-story, mixed-use building proposed for the corner of Jetton Road extension and Bethel Church Road at tonight’s meeting. The proposal was originally designed to be five stories but was reduced after concerns were voiced by town officials and residents. In the […]

Warehouse with offices coming to Bailey Road

March 21. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Planning Board, acting as the town’s Board of Adjustment, unanimously granted a special use permit to Oak Engineering, on behalf of NCC Bailey Road. The Charlotte firm sought the permit for vacant property at 10847/10855 Bailey Road to decrease the required parking for two future speculative industrial buildings. […]

Proposed Sefton Park development outlined in red

Sefton Road project in the slow lane

March 21. By Tripp Liles. Last September the Cornelius Town Board approved a mixed-use project on Sefton Park that will include multifamily units, commercial space and a hotel and conference center. The project is being developed by Shaw Resources, based in Greenville, SC. The ambitious project calls for 344 multifamily units, 7,800 square feet of […]

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New task force will help tackle growth issues

Feb. 22. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Town Board officially formed a growth management task force at their Feb. 21 meeting, naming nine members to the new advisory group. The group, whose name morphed from committee to task force, is expected to make recommendations to elected officials and staff in conjunction with the update of […]

Front elevation of Kiddie Academy

Developer plans Kiddie Academy in Kenton Place

Dec. 29. By Dave Vieser. It looks like Kenton Place may get another daycare center. Plans for a new 10,000 square foot building on Kenton Drive will be the subject of a community meeting Tuesday Jan. 11. The applicant, WGS Holdings I of Charlotte, is expected to outline details and answer any questions from those […]

Caroline rendering from Proffitt Dixon Partners

Town Board will weigh in on Greenway Gartens, Caroline projects tonight

Sept. 7. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Town Board will consider approving the Greenway Gartens and Caroline projects at today‚Äôs meeting, which begins at 5 pm. The projects, taken together, would encompass 720 residential units, a 14,000 square foot brewery, restaurant/brewpub, tap room and a 10,000 square-foot indoor event facility as well as other commercial […]

Revised West Catawba project will come back to Planning Board

May 24. By Dave Vieser. Jake Palillo, a builder seeking the town’s OK to erect a mixed-use development on West Catawba Avenue, plans to submit a revised plan which would devote 50 percent of the commercial space for restaurants while retaining 250 apartments. A public hearing before the Planning Board has been scheduled for Tuesday […]

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Public hearings on 2 developments

April 19. The first public hearing on Caroline, a 17-acre mixed-use project proposed near Antiquity, is scheduled for tonight’s Town Board meeting. Charlotte based Proffit Dixon hopes to build on vacant property next to Greenway Gartens, the mixed-use project planned by Olde Mecklenburg Brewery at the northern end of Zion Avenue near the Davidson town […]

caroline rendering

More ‘active adult’ residential planned near downtown

Feb. 25. By Dave Vieser. Proffit Dixon, a Charlotte based developer, hopes to build a mixed-use project on 17 acres just north of downtown Cornelius. Dubbed “Caroline,” the project would include active adult residences on land that adjoins Greenway Gartens, the mixed-use project planned by Olde Mecklenburg Brewery at the north end of Zion Avenue. […]


Development proposed for key vacant property in Cornelius

July 11. By Dave Vieser. [Updated 3 pm] A prime 11-acre development site on West Catawba, once slated to be a Food Lion, looks like it will be developed under a proposal submitted by the owner, Charter Cornelius. “Catawba at Knox” will be discussed in detail at a Pre-Development Meeting in Town Hall on Thursday. […]