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Hearing on W. Catawba apartment proposal on Monday

March 5. By Dave Vieser. A mixed-use project on West Catawba will be the subject of a Cornelius Planning Board public hearing this Monday March 8 beginning at 6:30 pm. Some neighbors have spoken out against developer Jake Palillo’s plan. Palillo is seeking rezoning to develop approximately 12.2 acres on West Catawba Avenue between Harbor […]

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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. […]


New projects for review in March encompass more than 996 residential units

Feb.19. By Dave Vieser. For those concerned about development in Cornelius, circle Monday March 1 and Monday March 8 on your calendar. On those dates, public hearings on projects encompassing more than 1,000 new residences will be conducted at Town Hall and transmitted via the town’s website. Monday March 1. Town Board Hearing #1 on […]

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Town Board meets at 5 pm, OMB project on tap

Feb. 15. By Dave Vieser. While a public hearing regarding 180 homes on Mayes Road has been canceled, growth and housing in the town will still be on the agenda at tonight’s Town Board meeting. Here’s a summary of items on the Feb. 15 agenda: —Olde Mecklenburg Brewery is requesting permission to build 398 multi-family […]


Town planners recommend approving new medical building near Antiquity

Jan. 21. By Dave Vieser. A proposed medical building to be built near the Antiquity development moved a step closer to reality this month when the Town Planning recommended approval at their January meeting. The applicant, MVP Properties of Charlotte, seeks to develop a one-story 16,000 square feet building devoted to professional/general office uses focusing […]

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Public hearing Dec. 7 on Palillo project on W. Catawba

Dec. 2. By Dave Vieser. A proposal to build 252-unit apartment project along with commercial buildings near the intersection of West Catawba Avenue and Junker Drive—around where White House Gardens is now—will be the subject of a public hearing on Monday Dec. 7 at 6 pm. The same proposal generated strong opposition from local residents […]

New medical building proposed for N. Zion downtown

Dec. 1. A virtual community meeting will be held Wednesday Dec. 2 concerning a proposed medical building to be built near the Antiquity neighborhood. The applicant, MVP Properties of Charlotte, seeks to develop approximately 1.76 acres located on North Zion Avenue to include a one-story 16,000 square feet building devoted to professional/general office uses. The […]

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Community meeting on mixed-use project is Wednesday

Nov. 16. By Dave Vieser. The community meeting at 5 pm Wednesday Nov. 18 on Jake Palillo’s mixed-use project with 252 apartments will be virtual via Zoom. In the past, these meetings have been held in person, usually at Town Hall, but town officials say times are different. “With the current atmosphere, and recent updated […]


Hotel, mixed-use project proposed for Sefton Park Road

Oct. 20. By Dave Vieser. A mixed-use development on 10 acres of vacant land on Sefton Park near the CATS Park & Ride facility would include a hotel and conference center. To be known as Sefton Park, the plan includes four land parcels on both sides of Sefton Park, which connects Jetton Road to Liverpool […]


Final public hearing Monday on Alexander Farm development

Sept. 18. By Dave Vieser. Monday evening Sept. 21 will be the last opportunity for residents to speak out for or against the $110 million mixed-use development planned for the 55-acre Alexander Farm in Cornelius. The Town Board Public Hearing is scheduled to begin at 6 pm, and those wishing to comment will have two […]