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Variances approved for Home Depot, Total Wine

Dec. 12. By Dave Vieser. At their Monday Dec. 12 meeting, the Cornelius Board of Adjustment unanimously approved a variance which will permit Home Depot to add a tool rental operation. The addition will be on the east side of the building, close to Hwy. 21/Statesville Road. Background The US equipment rental market is growing. […]

Board of Adjustment will rule on Total Wine sign

Dec. 12. By Dave Vieser. New sign options for the Total Wine store on Torrence Chapel Road will be considered for a variance by the Board of Adjustment at tonight’s meeting. In addition, the sign locations have been changed. “Total Wine will be located in the northern portion of the former Stein Mart location” said […]

Home Depot in Cornelius

Home Depot seeks permission to expand

Dec. 8. By Dave Vieser. The Home Depot on Hwy. 21/Statesville Road is seeking permission from the town to expand its tool rental operation. A variance, however, will be required, for which a public hearing will take place on Monday Dec 12. Home Depot is looking to expand their tool rental area by building out […]

Rendering of new Birkdale

Rezoning: Birkdale Village owners ask for delay

Nov. 15. By TL Bernthal. North American Properties, owners of Birkdale Village, are slowing down plans for what could be $250 million in new development. NAP walked back its application for a special-use permit and asked for a delay before bringing a rezoning request and related text amendment before the Huntersville Town Board. Birkdale Village, […]

Sign of the wines

Nov. 3. By Dave Vieser. A public hearing has been scheduled for Monday Nov. 14 at 6:30 pm in Town Hall to determine if Total Wine may install an oversized sign at their new location in Cornelius. Total Wine will be occupying part of the former Steinmart store. Deputy Town Manager Wayne Herron said town […]

Davidson tries to provide easier access for downtown parking

Sept. 27. Davidson is taking steps to provide easier access to parking options for shops and restaurants downtown. Parking management was an issue identified by the recent Downtown Small Area Plan process as needing improvement. Returning to pre-COVID enforcement levels and the proper use of designated 2-hour parking areas will ensure turnover of parked vehicles […]

Corner location in Antiquity

Forced out, Nina’s will leave Birkdale Village for Antiquity

Sept. 28. By TL Bernthal. Nina’s Boutique announced today it will be moving to the retail area of Antiquity in Cornelius. The store’s last day at Birkdale Village in Huntersville will be Jan. 15. The boutique opened there in September 2019  under a temporary license agreement, and it will expire at the end of this […]

Arlie Baby is expected to open  soon in a kiosk at Birkdale Village. Photo | Birkdale Village

More retailers coming to Birkdale Village

Sept. 22. The fourth tiny retail kiosk in The Grove near Regal Cinemas in Birkdale Village has now been claimed by mother-daughter duo Robin Galloway and Samantha Stevens, who will open Airlie Baby in October. The shop will offer infant and toddler clothing, toys, books, accessories, and more, with a variety of bamboo and organic cotton […]

Nina's Boutique

Nina’s Boutique to close in Birkdale after holidays

Sept. 13. The owners of Birkdale Village confirmed that Nina’s Boutique will be closing in January 2023. The boutique opened in September 2019 under a temporary license agreement, and it will expire at the end of this year, according to North American Properties. Nina’s Boutique, 16916 Birkdale Commons Parkway, Huntersville, is between between Corkscrew, which […]

The stage at Birkdale / Staff photo

New, more upscale Birkdale unfolds in Huntersville

Sept. 12. By TL Bernthal. Birkdale Village Reimagined is on its way to becoming the lifestyle, dining and shopping destination its owners want it to be. With the weekend opening of The Plaza that has the new stage and space for concert seating and Club Birkdale, what the owners call their “unique approach to concierge.” […]