Charlotte City Council will decide on the future of a controversial proposed apartment complex in SouthPark Monday night.
Charlotte-based development company Crescent Resources owns the 7.6-acre lot and wants to build a five- or six-story apartment building with 350 residential units. Although the zoning committee passed the petition unanimously last month, residents are concerned about property values and aesthetics:
Other zoning cases:
Zoning Request: To change 1.16 acres on the west side of Providence Road between Moravian Lane and Ardsley Road from B-1 Neighborhood Business District to UR-C (CD) Urban Residential Commercial District
Reason: For office, retail and restaurant space.
Public Hearing: June 20
Petitioner: Singh Development, LLC
Zoning Request: To change 22.658 acres on the east side of Providence Road and across from Providence Country Club Drive from R-3 Residential to INST (CD) Institution
Reason: To develop a senior living community.