The view from the front porch of Tony and Leslie Quatrini’s home in Davidson Pointe. The retirees moved into their home on April 29. A few days later, they found out their new neighborhood is at odds with a developer hoping to turn a nearby tract into a large commercial and residential development.
The view from the front porch of Tony and Leslie Quatrini’s home in Davidson Pointe. The retirees moved into their home on April 29. A few days later, they found out their new neighborhood is at odds with a developer hoping to turn a nearby tract into a large commercial and residential development. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
The view from the front porch of Tony and Leslie Quatrini’s home in Davidson Pointe. The retirees moved into their home on April 29. A few days later, they found out their new neighborhood is at odds with a developer hoping to turn a nearby tract into a large commercial and residential development. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com

Mooresville planners say ‘yes’ to more development, despite neighborhood anger

May 12, 2017 09:50 AM