New home building increasing steadily in Mint Hill

By Michele Dotson
Cheval will develop the defunct wine community that was to have a Tuscan-designed homes and its own vineyard.

Cheval will develop the defunct wine community that was to have a Tuscan-designed homes and its own vineyard.

New home building has really been on an upswing in Mint Hill this year, with price points set for a moderate budget.

In April 2012, only 62 new home permits were issued in all of Mecklenburg County.

April 2014 shows a very different picture with 229 housing permits issued throughout the month.

So far this year, 837 permits have been issued for new homes.

While some of these new Mint Hill neighborhoods were taken over from previous builders who lost their property to foreclosure during the economic downturn, there are new properties being developed all over the area. Continue reading

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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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