Round-up of the region’s latest residential real estate projects – WSOC TV


CHARLOTTE, NC – The pipeline of new residential developments in the Charlotte area continued to grow in March with a mix of projects.

This includes plans recently filed by Terwilliger Pappas to rezone approximately 3 acres currently owned by Duke Energy Corp. in the south of the south for an apartment development. The Charlotte developer also plans to begin work soon on its 325-unit downtown project, not far from the newly announced site of Atrium Health’s four-year medical school – property where the local health system is seeking also a variety of uses.

Other residential projects underway across Charlotte include smaller-than-average apartment plans in NoDa, up to 69 townhouses near Camp North End and up to 200 affordable housing units in North Charlotte, for to name a few.

A Plaza Midwood redevelopment project that proved controversial, sparking opposition from business owners and surrounding residents, was scrapped last month. A real estate consultant working on the project — a revamp of the former Peculiar Rabbit site — told CBJ that plans to develop upscale residential apartments at the triangular property have been canceled and the property is no longer no longer under contract.

And further into the region, several other residential developments are taking shape in towns like Matthews, Huntersville, Belmont, Kannapolis, and Rock Hill, among others.

Check out the Charlotte Business Journal’s monthly roundup here on residential developments planned or underway in the area.


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