The Langtree Development at Exit 31, originally slated to include some 310 acres, has seen a partial build out of retail and apartments. However, plans for a $5 million aquatic center and a 227-room Doubletree Hotel/Convention Center, for which construction was supposed to start in 2015, have been canceled.
The Langtree Development at Exit 31, originally slated to include some 310 acres, has seen a partial build out of retail and apartments. However, plans for a $5 million aquatic center and a 227-room Doubletree Hotel/Convention Center, for which construction was supposed to start in 2015, have been canceled. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
The Langtree Development at Exit 31, originally slated to include some 310 acres, has seen a partial build out of retail and apartments. However, plans for a $5 million aquatic center and a 227-room Doubletree Hotel/Convention Center, for which construction was supposed to start in 2015, have been canceled. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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