Some Charlotte neighborhoods are preparing for redevelopment in the next several years after the city’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan approved duplexes and triplexes in areas where there are now single-family homes. But which neighborhoods are likely to be redeveloped? WFAE’s “Morning Edition” guest host Nick de la Canal talked with The Charlotte Ledger Business Journal’s Tony Mecia about what a study commissioned by Charlotte City Council found in the latest BizWorthy.
This week, a City Council committee got a report from a consultant that looked at where multi-family homes might be built.
“And what it found was that it seems to skew mostly towards south Charlotte in areas where there’s already a bunch of redevelopment, teardowns of houses, newer construction going up, that sort of thing,” Mecia said. “And I think the idea was that this might help allay some of the concerns about the redevelopment of vulnerable neighborhoods.”
Hear the full conversation at WFAE 90.7.