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North Carolina is a Right-to-Work state with a corporate tax rate that is the lowest in the nation at 3%, as of January 2017. In 2015 Site Selection magazine named NC the most competitive state for Economic Development.


Lake Norman has a total population of 95,806, and is home to hundreds of office and manufacturing companies. With a median age of 34, the population is young and educated.


Lake Norman is the largest man-made lake in North Carolina with 520 miles of shoreline. The area's mild, four season climate makes for perfect year-round fun!


Charlotte-Douglas International Airport has 730 daily departures and offers direct non-stop flights to 166 destinations.

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Lake Norman Economic Development is responsible for the development and implementation of the economic development strategy for the towns of Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville, and the Lake Norman region. These strategies will result in improving the quality of life for the regionís residents through the expansion of the tax base by attracting new capital investment and creating new, highly skilled jobs for the regions residents.

Residents with a High School Diploma

Residents with a Bachelors Degree

Labor Force Participation Rate (16+ years old)

Average Town Population Growth from 2010 - 2016

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Fortune 500 Companies within the Charlotte Metro Region

Median Age of Lake Norman workers

Miles of Shoreline on Lake Norman

Daily Airport Depatures at Charlotte Douglas


Latest News

More land gets snapped up at Huntersville park as new owner plans development

Several properties and pieces of land have been on the market at The Park-Huntersville, with three sales transacting over the past year.

The third one, an 18.3-acre property at 12000 Patterson Road, closed in late December for nearly $1.5 million, according to Mecklenburg County real estate records. Scannell Properties, a real estate development and investment company out of Indianapolis, acquired the property and is planning to develop an industrial building on the site.


Huntersville seeks proposals for downtown development

HUNTERSVILLE – By the middle of next month, the town hopes to have proposals in hand for yet another phase of the evolution of downtown into a retail and residential destination.


Slow-blooming Bryton builds mixed use momentum

HUNTERSVILLE – During the first quarter of its mapped out 30-year timetable to transform a sizable piece of southern Huntersville into a live-work-shop model of a modern transit-centric nirvana, Bryton failed to meet its lofty expectations. A disconnect in discussions concerning a commuter rail – a base component of Bryton’s design – combined with a global economic disruption stalled progress on the multi-dimensional venture planned to be nearly nine times bigger than Birkdale.

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Huntersville, NC 28078