Carolina Beach to Review Potential Development, Re-Zoning and Land Swapping

Carolina Beach to Review Potential Development, Re-Zoning and Land Swapping

Carolina Beach to Review Potential Development, Re-Zoning and Land Swapping Featured

By / Local News / Friday, 30 July 2021 19:05

Carolina Beach Planning and Zoning and Town Council will soon have quite a few major development projects to review. The Knot a seven-story multi-use project potentially set for the corner of HWY 421 and Carl Winner Avenue utilizing the former Sharkeis location and Carolina Beach Marina’s “Fishermans Lot.” The plan would possibly add 106 new residential units with commercial and residential units on the ground level and a residential rooftop bar and pool.

Currently Carolina Beach planning staff has been prepping a text amendment to accommodate a development proposed at the former, “Harris Teeter” site in the Highway Business zoning district. This project will potentially have the developer relocate the pump station on Winner and allow Winner Avenue access adding 300+ apartments with 15,000 square feet of commercial area on ground level. In an email to the town department heads, Assistant Town Manager Ed Parvin stated, “The developers are pushing to get the text amendment and site plan approved prior to the election which means we will need to stay on top of this plan review.”

St. Joseph Street may soon see additional development between Waterview Place and Yacht Road possibly adding more high-end condominiums. Town staff will be busy reviewing potential possibilities and will have plenty to review in the coming months.

 

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