For years the Town of Carolina beach and landowners at Freeman Park have been involved in a lawsuit regarding the use of the property; now, those lawsuits are over after the Town officially purchased more than 300 acres of land.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled against the City of Wilmington’s restrictions on short-term rentals in a battle that has been ongoing for several years, potentially opening the door for rentals across the city.
The Villages at Battleship Point overcame a major obstacle Tuesday night at the Leland Planning Board meeting, winning their recommendation to apply a new zoning district to the property on which the high rise commercial development is proposed.
When the developer behind a proposed project on the western banks of the Cape Fear River announced a proposed annexation into the Town of Leland it raised a lot of questions because Leland is in Brunswick County and the location of the project is in New Hanover County.
When the Town of Carolina Beach announced it would be moving forward with the purchase of more than 300 acres at the north end of the island, known as Freeman Park, Town Council members assured residents they would be using user fees from the park, to pay for the $7 million purchase.
The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a development agreement Monday with Cape Fear FD Stonewater to enter a public-private partnership to redevelop the Government Center site.
Character seems to be one of those things that’s hard to describe but is easy to recognize when you see it, and a perfect example of that can be found in a home at 3446 Constable Way, in the Northchase neighborhood of Wilmington.