The city of Charlotte has agreed to sell nearly 4 acres on Stonewall Street, currently covered by a large mound of dirt from a nearby apartment project. The land would be sold to Camden, which outbid Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Development’s $12.2 million bid with a $13.3 million offer.
The city of Charlotte has agreed to sell nearly 4 acres on Stonewall Street, currently covered by a large mound of dirt from a nearby apartment project. The land would be sold to Camden, which outbid Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Development’s $12.2 million bid with a $13.3 million offer. Joshua Komer jkomer@charlotteobserver.com
The city of Charlotte has agreed to sell nearly 4 acres on Stonewall Street, currently covered by a large mound of dirt from a nearby apartment project. The land would be sold to Camden, which outbid Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Development’s $12.2 million bid with a $13.3 million offer. Joshua Komer jkomer@charlotteobserver.com
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May 12, 2015 01:48 PM

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