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Brookvue development

M/I Homes will begin its Brookvue development in Cabarrus County this fall.

M/I Homes of Charlotte acquired 175 acres and will build approximately 250 homes at Poplar Tent Road and Huntersville-Concord Road.

Vice president Tamara Lynch said in a release that more than half the site will be left natural, backing to Rocky River.

About 20 different home plans will be available in Brookvue, ranging from 2,000 square feet to more than 3,500 square feet. The development will also feature a community pool and amenity center.

The community will be served by Cabarrus County Schools, including W.R. Odell Elementary, Harris Middle and Cox Mill High.

Prices are expected to start in the mid $200,000’s. Updates on this development are available at 704-286-6493; www.mihomes.com/info or salescharlotte@mihomes.com.

Giving Tree community drive

Giving Tree Realty is hosting a “Backpacks for Needy Children” community drive for Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina through Sept. 30. Drop off backpacks, school supplies and monetary donations between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays at Giving Tree Realty, 1819 East Blvd.

Online donations may be made by entering the identification code “givingtree-2013” at ow.ly/nvEOb.

For a list of requested school supplies and other details: www.givingtreerealty.com.

Hilary Trenda

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