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Publix to anchor Mint Hill Commons

Mint Hill Commons, a proposed development on Matthews-Mint Hill Road, has officially announced their anchor tenant, Publix, and is moving toward breaking ground on the retail development.

The project is being led by Stiles Corporation, a Florida-based real estate investment and development company, and representatives from Stiles, along with Chris Isaacs, of the Charlotte-based civil engineering firm The Isaacs Group, presented the latest updates and unveiled the name of their anchor store at the June 13 Board of Commissioners meeting.

Stiles has worked with Publix in Florida and throughout the Southeast for 25 years, and is currently working with Levine Properties to develop two Publix stores in the area, one at Mint Hill Commons, and the other at Ballantyne Town Center.

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By |June 20th, 2013|Around Town|3 Comments

Mint Hill Board of Commissioners hears plans on development

Before the normal Mint Hill Board of commissioners meeting last Thursday, January 10, the town held their quarterly developer’s workshop, hearing presentations from several area land developers.

The board heard from Jerry Helms regarding Blair Road Development, Chris Isaacs regarding Mint Hill Commons development, and Brian Jackson regarding modifications to the Summerwood Community’s architecture requirements. 

Helms presented preliminary plans for an area of land owned by a number of residents, and potential uses for the land include a retirement community and a retail shopping space.

“I’m afraid if we develop Lawyer’s Road, we develop 218, we develop Blair Road, it’s going to turn Mint Hill and the outer belt into a nightmare,” said Mint Hill Mayor Ted Biggers, speaking of the potential development for a retail shopping complex along 485 in Mint Hill. “So at this point, I’m not encouraging this project. I think there are components of it that may be viable down the road, but this project is one big project that  I’m just not encouraged by.”
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By |January 17th, 2013|Around Town, Development, Government, Real Estate, Transportation|1 Comment