The remains of the centerfield wall frame demolition equipment at the former home of the Charlotte Knights in Fort Mill, S.C., where  Charlotte-based fashion retailer Cato said it plans to build a distribution center in the 32-acre space, as well as possibly a mixed-use development that could include hotels, restaurants and housing.
The remains of the centerfield wall frame demolition equipment at the former home of the Charlotte Knights in Fort Mill, S.C., where Charlotte-based fashion retailer Cato said it plans to build a distribution center in the 32-acre space, as well as possibly a mixed-use development that could include hotels, restaurants and housing. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
The remains of the centerfield wall frame demolition equipment at the former home of the Charlotte Knights in Fort Mill, S.C., where Charlotte-based fashion retailer Cato said it plans to build a distribution center in the 32-acre space, as well as possibly a mixed-use development that could include hotels, restaurants and housing. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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