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by Ashley Fahey

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.

by Lee Sullivan

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.

by Lee Sullivan

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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