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M/I Homes offers The Elms

M/I Homes Charlotte has announced a new, 42-home phase of the Union County FairHaven community known as The Elms. The ranch homes will be offered in five plans – all in the Eco-series. They range from 1,714 to 2,953 square feet and offer three to six bedrooms; two to four baths, two-car garages and other enhancements.

M/I Homes officials said this style of home, with all the primary living spaces on the main level, is desirable to small families and the 50-and-older market.

Depending on the home plan and options selected, prices range from $180,990 to $250,000. Construction on the model home will begin in August, and pre-selling of the homes in The Elms has begun. Details: Michael Colo, 704-363-4317; salescharlotte@mihomes.com, www.mihomes.com/info.

Crescent Dilworth

A 2.3-acre site at the corner of East Morehead Street and Harding Place in Dilworth will be the home of the Crescent Dilworth mixed use-community.

Construction on this Crescent Communities’ development is scheduled to begin this fall. When finished, the seven-story building will include street-level retail space, two levels of parking and five levels with nearly 300 luxury apartments.

Floor plans will include studio, one- and two-bedroom units, as well as walk-up units along Morehead Street. Prices have not been announced.

Crescent Dilworth is expected to open spring 2015. Details: www.crescentcommunities.com.

Hilary Trenda

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