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Projects

Sample of recently approved projects:

  • University United Methodist Church (Chapel Hill):  Zoning Compliance Permit for a public community garden.
  • AutoZone (Chapel Hill):  Rezoning and Special Use Permit for a free-standing retail store location.
  • Polks Village (Chatham County):  Conditional Use Permit Modification to broaden the range of permitted uses for a mixed-use business campus.
  • The Bicycle Apartments at Central Park (Chapel Hill):  Rezoning, Special Use Permit, and landscape plan for student-focused housing.
  • Gateway Plaza (Garner):  Site Plan Modification to enhance the hardscape and landscape areas adjacent to the storefronts.
  • The Courtyard (Chapel Hill):  Special Use Permit Modification to add residential as a permitted use to existing non-residential downtown space.
  • Yard-Nique (Morrisville):  Site Plan Modification to correct zoning violations and reorganize approved uses for an existing business.
  • Walgreens at Franklin/Estes (Chapel Hill):  Special Use Permit Modification to allow a silver LEED pharmacy to replace an existing business.
  • Bridgepoint (Chapel Hill):  Rezoning and Special Use Permit for a new neighborhood-scale mixed-use project.  

Representative graphic exhibits:

Lloyd Farm  (Rezoning and Conditional Use Permit – Mixed Use):   

Carrboro

Project Narrative  (click to open)

 

Lloyd Farm - Illustrative Site Plan (color) 8-11-14 

 

Bridgepoint  (Rezoning and Special Use Permit – Mixed Use)

Chapel Hill

Walgreens at Franklin/Estes  (Special Use Permit – Silver LEED Pharmacy)

Chapel Hill

  


Waterstone  (Master Plan for Economic Development District – Mixed Use)

Hillsborough


  

Eaton’s Crossing at Lake Gaston (Rezoning and Preliminary Plat – Resort)

Warren County

 

The Landing at Lake Michael  (Rezoning and Preliminary Plat – Subdivision)

Mebane

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