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Developers of Harris Teeter location put on notice for failed erosion control

Construction at the Crossroads at Independence site, which will be anchored by a Harris Teeter, photographed in December. (Port City Daily/File)

300-unit apartment project proposed on barren Carolina Beach Road tract

Nearly 30 acres of land off Carolina Beach Road could soon become the site of 300 new residential units, if a...

Gordon Road subdivision catches heat for lackluster erosion control

County engineering staff sent a fiery notice up the chain of command, spearing the developers of the Landing at Lewis Creek...

What will happen to the barren 40 acres across the street from UNCW?

Owned by Phillips Management Group, around 40 acres of land across from UNCW has sat barren since Hurricane Florence forced its...

Proposed Gordon Road apartment complex in hot area will target workforce housing

Estrella Landing hopes to bring workforce housing to Gordon Road, following the construction of two major projects that recently brought more...

New Hanover County selects planning director as population explodes and development hastens

Rebekah Roth was chosen to helm the planning and land use department for New Hanover County after serving as the interim...

Oleander apartment complex out of step with city’s vision, a relief for health store neighbors

Construction has begun for Hawthorne at Oleander, an apartment complex that includes more than 200 units at the location of a...

Largest Harris Teeter in the Southeast underway in fast-growing area of Wilmington

Construction began on a new Wilmington Harris Teeter in November. The site plan calls for 18.46 acres of development, and has...

Gordon Road development project seeking permission to boost capacity with 17 more units

Developers behind the Landing at Lewis Creek are seeking permission to add 17 units to their site plan. (Port City Daily/File)

Habitat for Humanity talks gentrification and affordable housing in Castle Street area

The Castle Street District has seen plenty of new development in the past few years. (Port City Daily/Ben Schachtman)