5 Charlotte-Area Changes to Look For
These 5 Charlotte-Area Changes could help you buy or sell your Charlotte home
Charlotte is ever-growing and constantly changing. It seems as though every month, dozens of new condominiums and apartment homes, new neighborhoods, as well as plenty of shopping and restaurant options are being built all around us. Understanding what’s going on in and around Charlotte can play a vital role in the sale of your Charlotte home or the purchase of your next home in the Queen City. I’ve done some research to let you know what Charlotte-Area changes to look for as you prepare you buy or sell your home.
1. The Catalyst Project in Downtown Davidson
According to the City of Davidson, plans are underway for developing new shops, restaurants, and parking options in Downtown Davidson around Town Hall. Charlotte Agenda posted that this project will cost about $5.7 million. Execution of this plan hasn’t quite happened yet, as many residents are opposed to it.
2. Community House Road in Ballantyne
Approval for a new community in the Ballantyne area has brought about some plans for Community House Road. You can expect to see a more pedestrian friendly street with sidewalks, roundabouts, additional lighting, and landscaping. Read about why this is happening here.
3. Redevelopment in the Second Ward
A neighborhood in Uptown’s Second Ward is in the process of being redeveloped. The city of Charlotte is in the midst of deciding on one of three proposals for the development, according to Charlottestories.com. To see what these proposals look like, click here.
4. 50 Million dollar expansion of NorthLake Mall
The owners of NorthLake Mall are adding a “lifestyle component” around the permitter of the current mall that will include restaurants, additional shops, and entertainment services. The expansion is to be completed in late 2017.
5. Rock Hill Bleacher Project
A $230 million Rock Hill development is planned to go up across from Winthrop University. The development will include apartments, sports facilities, restaurants, shops, and outdoor entertainment areas. You can view a slideshow of the current plans for this project here.
Whether you are buying or selling a home in Charlotte, North Carolina, these major developments may affect you! Working with a Realtor that is knowledgable about the future of each neighborhood is vital in making a home buying decision, and could play a key role in successfully selling your home.
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