BK Partners, a group headed by African-American developer Don Peebles, has been selected by Mecklenburg County to transform 17 acres in Second Ward into Brooklyn Village, a massive mixed-use project of retail, apartments, offices, open space and a 280 hotel rooms.
BK Partners, a group headed by African-American developer Don Peebles, has been selected by Mecklenburg County to transform 17 acres in Second Ward into Brooklyn Village, a massive mixed-use project of retail, apartments, offices, open space and a 280 hotel rooms. Courtesy of BK Partnership
BK Partners, a group headed by African-American developer Don Peebles, has been selected by Mecklenburg County to transform 17 acres in Second Ward into Brooklyn Village, a massive mixed-use project of retail, apartments, offices, open space and a 280 hotel rooms. Courtesy of BK Partnership

Mecklenburg County selects $683.3 million vision for Brooklyn Village project

June 15, 2016 11:32 AM

UPDATED June 15, 2016 09:50 PM

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