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City OKs more dwellings on booming North Main-Clear Creek corridor

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The rapidly developing North Main Street area could get more dwellings if landowners follow through on plans approved last week by the Hendersonville Planning Board.   Read Story »

Tags: 2021 housing boom | Big Boom 2021 | Big Boom

Henderson County News

Council OKs 99-unit duplex development on Francis Road, requires turn lane

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The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday authorized a 99-unit development on Francis Road on the condition that the developer add a left turn lane into the site. The vote was 4-1 with council member Jennifer Hensley voting no.   Read Story »

Tags: 2021 housing boom | Big Boom 2021 | Big Boom

Henderson County Business

Is the sky the limit or will a recession put the brakes on?

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With 2,400 dwellings potentially in the pipeline in Hendersonville, elected leaders would be expected to ensure that the city’s infrastructure is adequate to handle the growth.   Read Story »

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Henderson County Business

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

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You won’t want to miss this week’s Hendersonville Lightning.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville Lightning | Bearcat Nation | 2021 housing boom | Big Boom 2021 | Big Boom

Fletcher Business

THE BIG BOOM: More than 4,000 dwellings are in the pipeline

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First of two parts A hot housing market, the reshaping of the workforce since the pandemic arrived in March 2020 and a shortage of inventory is driving a boom in home construction in Henderson County.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

THE BIG BOOM: In Mills River, average cost of a home soars to $547,000

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MILLS RIVER — Mills River Town Manager Daniel Cobb described growth in the community as “going pretty well” with new projects picking up noticeably in the past year or so.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

THE BIG BOOM: 464 homes approved in Fletcher

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Sitting between Hendersonville and Asheville, Fletcher draws both young families looking for a nice place to live and people attracted to the town because of its natural beauty.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

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Henderson County News

Council OKs 132 units on Duncan Hill Road

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The Hendersonville City Council authorized a rezoning to allow 132 apartments on 8.7 acres between Signal Hill and Duncan Hill roads, the second of two development requests it granted Thursday night that could lead to almost 600 new dwellings on either side of Four Seasons Boulevard.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | affordable housing | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

City Council OKs 460 dwellings on farmland overlooking Jackson Park

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The Hendersonville City Council Thursday night authorized a high-density development on the former Bo Thomas farm overlooking Jackson Park, turning back concerns of neighbors who urged the council to reject the development for traffic, environmental and scale reasons.   Read Story »

Tags: disruptive land uses | 2021 housing boom | Bo Thomas

Henderson County News

Lakewood Road residents raise concerns about traffic

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Tags: disruptive land uses | 2021 housing boom | Big Boom | Lakewood Road traffic | Francis Road

Henderson County News

Landowners seek OK for 423 dwellings on Francis, Lakewood roads

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Hendersonville city planners will host neighborhood compatibility meetings this week on zoning applications seeking permission to build 324 apartments and 99 duplexes in separate projects less than a quarter mile apart on Francis Road and Lakewood Road.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: Divided City Council does the right thing

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The Hendersonville City Council sided with the long-term vision and the greater good when it voted in favor of rezonings that would allow a 52-unit senior housing building on Sixth Avenue West at North Oak Street and permit a 70-unit apartment building between South Church and Israel streets behind the Fresh Market.   Read Story »

Tags: property rights | disruptive land uses | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

In split votes, council OKs senior housing, upscale apartments

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Proposals for 43 units of affordable senior housing on Sixth Avenue West and an upscale, gated apartment building behind the Fresh Market won approval from the Hendersonville City Council last week in a pair of 3-2 votes.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

In split votes, council OKs senior housing, upscale apartments

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Proposals for 43 units of affordable senior housing on Sixth Avenue West and an upscale, gated apartment building behind the Fresh Market won approval from the Hendersonville City Council last week in a pair of 3-2 votes.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: City Planning Board obstructs worthy projects

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Proximity to medical offices, a fitness center, supermarkets and other shops, a flat piece of property on a major thoroughfare and affordable rent would be a good start if we were listing the right assets for a senior housing development in Hendersonville.   Read Story »

Tags: Southgate Shopping Center | affordable housing | senior housing | 2021 housing boom | tax credit financing

Henderson County News

Planning Board deadlocks on gated apartment building

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A rezoning to allow a four-story apartment building between Israel Street and South Church Street will go to the Hendersonville City Council without a recommendation to approve or deny.   Read Story »

Tags: south gateway | Fresh Market | apartments | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

Developer restarts rezoning application for 460-unit development

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A second neighborhood compatibility meeting on a 460-unit development off Tracy Grove Road will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, March 18, in the City Operations Center, 305 Williams St.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

City OKs 70-unit four-story apartment project on Greenville Hwy. at Chadwick

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Henderson County News

Developer seeks OK for four-story, 60-unit senior housing project in city

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Henderson County News

Developer proposes 148 luxury townhomes in Mills River

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MILLS RIVER — A Spartanburg, South Carolina, developer is seeking zoning approval to build 148 luxury townhomes on a 37-acre tract at 2211 and 2253 Jeffress Road in Mills River.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

80 residential units proposed for Sugarloaf Road

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The Housing Assistance Corporation and landowners Sherry and Thomas H. "Tommy" Thompson are seeking to rezone 18.6 acres at 524 E. Prince Road and 780 Sugarloaf Road for a development of 60 apartment units and 20 single-family homes.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Developer seeks rezoning to allow 80-unit apartment building on Greenville Highway

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City planners will hold a neighborhood compatibility meeting next week on a rezoning request to allow 80 apartments on 2½ acres at the southeast corner of Greenville Highway and Chadwick Avenue.   Read Story »

Tags: south gateway | Greenville Highway | Chadwick Avenue | 2021 housing boom | Big Boom 2021

Henderson County News

City OKs rezoning for 93 homes in Half Moon Heights

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The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday night granted a rezoning to allow 93 homes on a ridge above the Wolfpen and Wolf Chase developments and the Ballantyne Commons apartments despite strong objections from homeowners based on traffic, density, stormwater runoff and quality of life.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Developer seeks OK for a fifth hotel on Sugarloaf

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City planners will host a neighborhood compatibility meeting at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 22, on a hotelier's rezoning request to allow a four-story hotel on Sugarloaf Road, which is already the home of a Best Western, Hampton Inn, Ramada Inn and Cascades Mountain Resort.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Council OKs 93-home Providence Walk subdivision

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Acting on yet another development that neighbors opposed, the Hendersonville City Council on Thursday approved a rezoning request to permit a subdivision of 93 single-family homes on 22 acres behind the Oklawaha Village community and south of Duncan Hill Road.   Read Story »

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Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Divided council postpones action on Half Moon Heights rezoning request

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The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday deferred action on a rezoning to allow 95 single-family homes on a wooded hillside adjoining Wolf Chase and Ballantyne Commons off Chimney Rock Road.   Read Story »

Tags: disruptive land uses | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

Developer seeks city OK for 282 dwellings on North Main

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Hendersonville city planners will host a Neighborhood Compatibility at 2 p.m. Nov. 17, on a rezoning request to allow a 282-unit multifamily residential development at 2065 N. Main St.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Neighbors object to 460-unit project off Tracy Grove Road

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Neighbors of a proposed development of 460 residential units off Tracy Grove Road raised concerns about traffic, density, wildlife and aquatic life as they objected to a rezoning request.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Developer seeks rezoning for 460 dwellings off Tracy Grove Road

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Yet another big housing development is on the drawing board on Hendersonville's east side.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Developers seek OK for 535 dwellings in city

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More than 500 new single-family homes and apartments could go up in Hendersonville if developers win city approval and follow through on construction plans.   Read Story »

Tags: home construction | housing starts | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

Developer seeks OK for 106 homes off Chimney Rock Road

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Hendersonville city planners will host a neighborhood compatibility at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 1, on a developer's request to rezone 34 acres on Half Moon Trail off U.S. 64 to allow 106 single-family homes.   Read Story »

Tags: housing starts | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

Developer gets green light for 30 two-story units in East Flat Rock

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The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday authorized the development of 30 high-end rental homes on Old Spartanburg Road near Upward Road and agreed to annex the East Flat Rock property into the city.   Read Story »

Tags: East Flat Rock | annexation | 2021 housing boom

Henderson County News

Developer seeks OK to build homes and apartments on North Main Street

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City planners will host a neighborhood compatibility meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 26, at City Hall to provide information on a developer's request to build a mix of single-family homes and apartments on 17.46 acres on North Main Street at Baldwin Road.   Read Story »

Tags: Signal Hill Road | home construction | housing starts | Duncan Hill Road | 2021 housing boom