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On 7/28/2017 at 1:13 PM, RiverwoodCLT said:

Providence Road and Fairview Road,  A. big project going on there.

There are actually two large (re)developments going on at that intersection.

One is Strawberry Hill (on the BB&T side of Providence) - http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/biz-columns-blogs/whats-in-store/article118929063.html

The other is on the west side of Providence... -  https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/print-edition/2015/04/03/coming-soon-big-makeoveron-providence.html

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This is the best "generic" forum for this question.

Does anyone know or have a map or a link to how deep is bedrock in Uptown? (and around if that info is available).

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8 minutes ago, Scribe said:

This is the best "generic" forum for this question.

Does anyone know or have a map or a link to how deep is bedrock in Uptown? (and around if that info is available).

This doesn't exactly answer your question, but http://ncdenr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=a8281cbd24b84239b29cd2ca798d4a10 is a fun map for NC geology.

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5 hours ago, archiham04 said:

A lot of that surplus would be great for residential land some looks almost undevelopable to me but I applaud CMS for trying to sell it. 

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1 hour ago, KJHburg said:

A lot of that surplus would be great residential land so looks almost undevelopable to me but I applaud CMS for trying to sell it. 

at a glance, the parcel on 10th st could be a very useful small commercial building next to Intermezzo and help connect the Otts street stuff to Central. If they save the building, the Morgan School parcel in Cherry could be an outrageously cool multifamily. And Dorchester Place in Sedgefield would make a fine multifamily project in an area that sorely needs higher-end MF options.

The Stafford Drive site is probably future airport parking...

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Added Plaza Separated Bike lane project... announced last night at the Neighborhood Association Quarterly as funded and moving quickly ahead.  2019 anticipated final paving

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I just cleaned up a bit also... can someone look at the Federal rail project near Wilmore and check the project boundaries... I'm not sure it is correctly shown.

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^ I no longer have editing abilities (most likely because I forgot what account I used for it) but you are correct, the rail yard ends at Summit street.

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45 minutes ago, Merthecat said:

What happened to the aerials around the Metropolitan?  There appears to be a cloud or a bunch of smoke in the air . . .

The sat pass was during the Russian invasion. Their is a statue of Patrick Swazie commemorating the battle  on the greenway behind Vivache

#ReddawnMidtown

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1 hour ago, Merthecat said:

What happened to the aerials around the Metropolitan?  There appears to be a cloud or a bunch of smoke in the air . . .

There's also a cloud over Wilmore. Google could've selected a better satellite image this time around.

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On 1/26/2018 at 5:23 PM, archiham04 said:

I just cleaned up a bit also... can someone look at the Federal rail project near Wilmore and check the project boundaries... I'm not sure it is correctly shown.

Redrew it to match the NCDOT maps:

https://www.ncdot.gov/projects/charlotteRailMaint/download/PublicMaps.pdf

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Removed a few residential and retail projects in SouthEnd that are completed and on the map. 

 

Removed some completed sections of City Park and added the next planned phases shown in the rezoning last year:

http://ww.charmeck.org/Planning/Rezoning/2017/191-206/2017-205 site plan.pdf

 

Added Dilworth South

http://charlottenc.gov/planning/Rezoning/RezoningPetitions/2016Petitions/Pages/2016-017.aspx

 

 

 

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