An executive at Charlotte-based Crescent Communities has been appointed to a three-year term on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission, the company said Monday.
Elizabeth McMillan has been with the company for 14 years, and is director of development for Crescent’s commercial and mixed-use division. She’s involved with projects such as Belgate in University City, Tryon Place in uptown Charlotte and the River District in west Charlotte, near the airport.
“Charlotte is Crescent’s hometown and a deeply important community to everyone here, and I look forward to serving on the planning commission and applying my development experience as our headquarters city navigates its continued growth,” said McMillan, in a statement.
The 14-member Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission is made up of real estate professionals, community members and developers, and advises Charlotte and Mecklenburg County on zoning, land use, urban design and related issues.