It's been about 11 years since the city of Charlotte partnered with Pappas Properties to develop land around the Scaleybark light-rail station. Council members voted Wednesday to end a partnership with Pappas Properties to building housing on the site.
It's been about 11 years since the city of Charlotte partnered with Pappas Properties to develop land around the Scaleybark light-rail station. Council members voted Wednesday to end a partnership with Pappas Properties to building housing on the site. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
It's been about 11 years since the city of Charlotte partnered with Pappas Properties to develop land around the Scaleybark light-rail station. Council members voted Wednesday to end a partnership with Pappas Properties to building housing on the site. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

After 11 years, Charlotte cuts ties with developer who didn't build low-income housing

May 30, 2018 07:31 PM