Antiquity Woods project withdrawn from re-zoning process | Cornelius Today

It looks like Antiquity Woods isn’t happening. Cornelius Today reports that the developer has withdrawn plans for the proposed 99-unit housing development at the Cornelius-Davidson line. Meeting Street Homes had sought permission to build on land just north of the Antiquity covered bridge, not far from Davidson Elementary School. LINKS Nov. 5, 2018, Cornelius Today, … More Antiquity Woods project withdrawn from re-zoning process | Cornelius Today

Mowing lawns in white suits, as Davidson asbestos cleanup gets underway |WFAE

There was a strange sight in Davidson a few weeks ago – workers in white suits mowing lawns. It’s part of a $3 million asbestos cleanup by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at about 20 homes and other properties around an old mill.  The asbestos came from the old Carolina Asbestos factory, which operated nearby from … More Mowing lawns in white suits, as Davidson asbestos cleanup gets underway |WFAE

99-unit Antiquity Woods proposed off South Street

Meeting Street Companies Inc. is asking Cornelius for zoning approval to build 99 residential units and a mixed-use “Village Tavern” building on about off South Street near the Cornelius-Davidson line. The 16.2-acre site is currently woods, between the Antiquity covered bridge and McEver Fields across from Davidson Elementary School. It stretches west along the creek … More 99-unit Antiquity Woods proposed off South Street

Lennar proposes 306 homes off Davidson-Concord Rd.

A steady stream of residents and town officials came to Davidson Town Hall Monday evening for a look at the proposed 306-unit WestBranch development off Davidson-Concord Road east of town. Lennar Carolinas LLC wants to put a mix of townhouses and single-family homes on land owned by the Westmoreland family.  Not surprisingly, traffic was the biggest worry on residents’ minds as … More Lennar proposes 306 homes off Davidson-Concord Rd.

From Mooresville to Huntersville, residential construction booms

Drive down any major thoroughfare and you’ll see houses and apartments rising from the dirt, part of a wave of new residential construction rolling across the Lake Norman region. That’s good news for people who want to live here, or trade up to a new home. But all the new population growth brings concerns, especially … More From Mooresville to Huntersville, residential construction booms