Posted on 09 April 2013.
Elevation Church is proposing to make over the Palace Theater in Kenton Place for its eighth area church.
The Cornelius Planning Board meets Thursday, April 11, when the board is expected to take up two projects: Elevation Church‘s request for a rezoning that would allow it to use the old Palace Theater at Kenton Place, and the proposed Pender Pointe, a single-family home off John Connor Road in the Peninsula area.
NOTE: This meeting had been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 9, but it later was moved back to its original Thursday time.
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Posted in Planning board
Posted on 28 February 2013.
Here’s Michael Jordan’s new view from the house on Capstan Lane. (Carolina Multiple Listing Services)
Michael Jordan watched a 2010 game between his Bobcats and the Golden State Warriors at Time Warner Cable Arena. (Tim Cowie/CorneliusNews.net)
Michael Jordan, the former NBA star and now Charlotte Bobcats owner, has bought a big house in the Peninsula neighborhood in Cornelius. A trust controlled by Jordan bought the 12,310-square-foot waterfront mansion at 18227 Capstan Greens Road out of foreclosure on Feb. 19, according to real estate records and news reports.
Jordan apparently got a good deal on the home. The Carolinas Multiple Listing Service reported the asking price had been $3.5 million.
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Posted in Uncategorized
Posted on 12 November 2012.
The Cornelius Planning Board meeting originally scheduled for Monday, Nov. 12, at Cornelius Town Hall has been canceled. The agenda was to have included consideration of 7-11’s proposal to expand the former Sam’s Mart on West Catawba Ave. That project now is expected to come up at the Planning Board’s December meeting, town planning officials said. Read the full story
Posted in calendar, CORNELIUS, Planning board
Posted on 21 September 2012.
By DAVID BORAKS
A developer is dropping plans for Madison at Lake Norman, a proposed 260-unit apartment complex off Magnolia Estates Drive that had sparked neighbors’ concerns over its size, height, and traffic. Read the full story
Posted in CORNELIUS, home building, Planning and development
Posted on 27 August 2012.
A construction crew worked on framing Aug. 22 for Legacy Cornelius, a complex of high-end apartments and townhomes off Westmoreland Road. Two more apartment complexes will be the subject of community meetings Sept. 4. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
Cornelius seems to be in the midst of a small boom in construction of condos and multi-family housing. Planners will host a pair of simultaneous community meetings at Town Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 4, to unveil plans for two proposed apartment complexes off West Catawba Avenue. The projects will fill vacant lots where developments have long been planned, and join other apartments already under construction around town.
One project, Madison at Lake Norman, would construct 260 apartments off Magnolia Estates Drive, with a new road connecting to Edinburgh Square Drive. A second 108-unit project, Kenton Place Lot 2, is planned on Kenton Drive in front of the former Palace Theater. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Planning and development
Posted on 16 May 2012.
The Antiquity Heights Apartments, nearing completion. (Christina Ritchie Rogers / CorneliusNews.net)
By CHRISTINA RITCHIE ROGERS
The much-anticipated Antiquity Heights Apartments, in the Antiquity neighborhood off N.C. 115 in Cornelius, should be ready for tenants by mid-June, according to Solstice Parters Manager Cathy Connors. Read the full story
Posted in Affordable housing, CORNELIUS, home building