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Supply chain issues stall Cornelius co-working facility

March 7. By Dave Yochum. Supply chain issues, steel to be exact, are holding up construction on a new co-working building on Jetton Road extension, opposite the United Community Bank building. The two-story building was approved back in 2022 and construction got under way last year. Co-working space Owner Serendipity Labs is a flexible workspace […]

NC Main Street conference

NC Main Street Conference set for Goldsboro

March 6. The 2024 North Carolina Main Street Conference March 12-14 in downtown Goldsboro will focus on downtown revitalization and economic development strategies. The conference is the largest statewide downtown revitalization conference in the country. To register, click here. Keynote speakers Keynote speakers include Hannah Love, Fellow with the Brookings Metro, Anne T. and Robert […]

Planned Atrium Health hospital in Cornelius

Newsmakers Breakfast March 12 on new Atrium hospital in Cornelius

Feb. 29. A Newsmakers Breakfast March 12 at The Peninsula Club will feature Bill Leonard, the Atrium executive behind the hospital that is coming to Cornelius. The 170,000-square-foot hospital and an adjacent 72,000-square-foot office building will bring an estimated 280 jobs to Cornelius, not to mention more access to healthcare. The second phase of construction […]

Royal Bliss rendering just off West Catawba | Royal Bliss

Royal Bliss expected to come before Cornelius Planning Board in February

Jan. 5. It looks like Royal Bliss Brewing’s plans for a second location will go before the Planning Board in February. If they’re approved, the project would go before the Town Board in March. Royal Bliss plans a two-story, 10,300-square-foot brewery and restaurant with open-air seating. The restaurant space would be larger than Royal Bliss’ […]

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Genesis store in planning stages in Cornelius

Dec. 15. By Dave Yochum. A new Genesis dealership is on deck for the automotive district on Hwy. 21 in Cornelius. The Modern Auto Group, owners of the existing Nissan store, are proposing building a 25,000 square foot Genesis dealership at 18605 Statesville Road. The 2.75-acre site for the new Genesis store is immediately north […]

Jake Palillo at Lagoona Bay/Waterside community meeting

Developer pulls the plug on Lagoona Bay/Waterside

Sept. 13. By Dave Yochum. Developer Jake Palillo and Bi-Part Development are pulling the plug on the 263-acre Lagoona Bay/Waterside project on either side of Hwy. 73 east of Hwy. 115. The property, currently farmland, is expected to go back on the market. Its hallmark feature was the “Crystal Lagoon” as well as commercial, retail […]

Mill's Market will change downtown Cornelius

Developer trims Mill’s Market plan in downtown Cornelius

Aug. 10. By Dave Vieser. The Mill’s Market proposal for 2.3 acres in the heart of downtown has been scaled back in general, but it will have a larger commercial component than was originally presented last year. Developer Mark Miller of Highline Partners told Cornelius Today that “we heard comments when the proposal was first […]

Open letter from the LKN Chamber CEO

[Opinion] Aug. 4. By Bill Russell. This month marks my 30-year anniversary as a chamber of commerce executive. It seems like only yesterday when in 1996, elected, community, and business leaders of our area met in the lobby of the Visitors Center to welcome me to Lake Norman. I still recall my earlier interview when […]

Developer will reduce scope of Waterside and submit new plans to Planning Board

July 26. By Dave Yochum. Saying he is “done fighting,” developer Jake Palillo is altering plans for the Waterside development on Hwy. 73 in Huntersville to fit within the current zoning. Palillo, a Cornelius resident, says the Lagoona Bay Beach Club would be allowed “by right” with 365 to 415 larger lots. “We will still […]

Cornelius Commerce Center

203,000 square foot project proposed in Cornelius

DEVELOPMENT | By Dave Vieser June 8. A bucolic piece of farmland on Bailey Road, which represents the once rural side of Cornelius, has been targeted for a zoning change, which would permit the construction of a five-building, 203,000 square foot commercial center. However, nearby residents have raised concerns about the proposal, to the extent […]