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Sefton Park gets thumbs up from Town Board

Sept. 21. By Dave Vieser. UPDATED. The Cornelius Town Board unanimously approved rezoning for the Sefton Park mixed-use development—complete with a hotel, conference center and apartments—at last night’s meeting. New: Before the board vote, former commissioner Dave Gilroy had some words of warning: “While I support much of this proposal, the dense residential component of […]

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Plans for hotel, apartments come before Town Board tonight

Sept. 20. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Town Board will conduct the final public hearing on the Sefton Park mixed-use development this evening. South Carolina-based Shaw Resources is planning a hotel and conference center as well as 344 multi-family units on 10 acres of property between West Catawba and Sefton Park Road. The property, opposite […]

$3,888,500 | 18300 Mainsail Pointe Dr., Cornelius

Home and property sales: July 19-Aug. 20

These recent property transactions  in Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds. Cornelius 7/19/2021 $503,000 Eric Reed to OP SPE TPA1, 17625 Harbor Walk Dr. 7/19/2021 $326,000 Emilo & Evely Fernandez to John & Mary Jo Kennedy, 10203 Caldwell Depot Rd. 7/19/2021 $424,500 Jessica & Robert Hornyak Jr. to […]

OMB owner John Marrino makes his case at the Town Board meeting Sept. 7

Town Board approves Greenway Gartens, Caroline

Sept. 8. By Dave Vieser. Two mixed-use projects, which include 650 new residential units, was unanimously approved by the Town Board at their meeting last night. Despite opposition from some in attendance—including the chair of the Park Department and a former town commissioner running for his old seat—the town board members said the two projects […]

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Cornelius Planning Board will address Caroline, OMB Thursday

Aug. 30. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Planning Board will tackle the Greenway Gartens and Caroline projects at a special meeting Thursday Sept. 2 at 6:30 pm in Town Hall. In their current configuration, the two projects would add over 800 new residential units in the form of townhomes and apartments, some of which would […]

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2 projects up for review by Planning Board

July 19. By Dave Vieser. A crucial meeting of the Cornelius Planning Board will take place this Wednesday July 21 beginning at 6:30 pm when the newly appointed members consider a major mixed-use project near downtown called Greenway Gartens as well as a five-story residential/commercial building on South Main. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm […]

$3,750,000 | 16741-100 Norman Pl.

Home and property sales

July 6. These recent property transactions  in Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds.  Cornelius 5/24/2021 $2,590,000 Edward & Arria Hines to Thomas & Megan Infantino, 19003 Double Eagle Dr. 5/24/2021 $1,250,000 Dina White to Evan & Meredith Cutler, 16605 America Cup Rd. 5/24/2021 $2,041,000 H2 Holdings LLC to […]

Lake Norman Realty expands with merger

July 2. Hecht Realty has merged with Lake Norman Realty, effective July 1, according to Abigail Jennings, president of Lake Norman Realty. She said the deal doubles Lake Norman Realty’s commitment to the west side of the Lake Norman market. Hecht Realty’s office space in Denver will become a dedicated property management and rentals office. […]

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It’s official: Local tax rate stays the same

June 23. By Dave Vieser. Cornelius taxpayers won’t see a property tax increase this coming year with the adoption this week of a $26.1 million municipal budget, and a “frozen tax rate budget” county-wide. The town tax rate will remain at .222 per $100 of assessed valuation, which will mean a $666 levy for a […]

Cameryn Elise is the name of the proposed apartment project on West Catawba

Critical vote tonight on 252 apartments for W. Catawba

June 21. By Dave Yochum. Developer Jake Palillo‘s plan for 252 apartments on West Catawba comes up for a Town Board vote tonight. How the vote will go is anyone’s guess, but members of the business community are starting to speak out in favor of the project that would be just to the east of […]