Workers continued to demolish Eastland Mall in east Charlotte in February 2014. The city hopes to sell 12 acres of the former mall site to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as part of a plan to turn the area into a mixed-use neighborhood with a community park and retail.
Workers continued to demolish Eastland Mall in east Charlotte in February 2014. The city hopes to sell 12 acres of the former mall site to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as part of a plan to turn the area into a mixed-use neighborhood with a community park and retail. Todd Sumlin tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
Workers continued to demolish Eastland Mall in east Charlotte in February 2014. The city hopes to sell 12 acres of the former mall site to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as part of a plan to turn the area into a mixed-use neighborhood with a community park and retail. Todd Sumlin tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com

Mecklenburg commissioners to city of Charlotte: Think bigger on Eastland Mall redevelopment

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