Posted on 22 April 2014.
Here’s a map of the West Catawba Avenue area, marked up by town planners. Click for a full size PDF
By DAVID BORAKS
What will a widened West Catawba Avenue look like? Smoother flowing traffic, we hope. But how will it do that?
Cornelius officials plan to send the NC Department of Transportation a list of potential turn lanes, traffic signals and even roundabouts at key intersections along the road, from Jetton Road south to NC 73. They’d also like to see roadside walking and biking paths or bike lanes along the road, which the DOT hopes to widen some time in the next few years. Read the full story
Posted in Cornelius, Cycling, Harborside, Huntersville, Kenton Place, Kenton Place, Kings Point, Magnolia Estates, Peninsula, Planning & Development, Robbins Park, Top Stories, Town Hall, Transportation, Victoria Bay, West Catawba Avenue, Westmoreland
Posted on 14 April 2014.
Posted in Cornelius, Harborside, Kings Point, Living with Growth, Marina Shores, Peninsula, Planning & Development, Robbins Park, Transportation, West Catawba Avenue, Westmoreland
Posted on 21 March 2014.
Conceptual drawing shows what the complex might look like.
Site plan shows a mix of buildings, including the multi-sport center at left, office buildings along I-77 Service Road at right. A new road would connect the service road to Lake Pines Drive at the bottom. Click for a larger image.
By DAVID BORAKS
Developers said Friday that their proposed Sports Village off I-77 Exit 28 in Cornelius could have a significant economic impact on the Lake Norman area, providing a venue for hosting regional and national youth and adult tournaments and alleviating a shortage of courts for everything from basketball to volleyball to futsal (indoor soccer). Meanwhile, they also hinted their project could include the first ice rink north of Charlotte.
Jay Martin of Cornelius and Mike Clapp of Davidson outlined their proposal at the Lake Norman Chamber’s Focus Friday issues session Friday morning, telling about two dozen people there’s an unmet need for a multi-court facility like theirs. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Cornelius, Exit 28 area, Planning & Development, Sports, The Economy