The Chapel Hill Town Council is scheduled to vote on rezoning the 16 acres on East Lakeview Street selected as the site of the Gateway residential development.Read More
Growth & Development
A popular neighborhood is taking steps to discourage using gas-powered leaf blowers.
A program founded last year is helping minority business owners make their start.
Chapel Hill is looking at several avenues to improve its downtown economy and other business districts with an emphasis on underserved groups.
A local restaurant is providing food entrepreneurs the chance to get their start.
Chapel Hill Town Council met this week to receive guidance on a heavily-debated set of zoning text amendments.
A group of Chapel Hill homeowners are pushing the town to abandon plans to allow small multifamily developments.
Perry Place, a new affordable housing apartment complex, will be open for signing leases on April 1.
A Boston developer came before Chapel Hill Town Council to discuss the early stages of its controversial research lab project Wednesday.
At its March 8 meeting, the Chapel Hill Town Council approved a resolution for a $45 million bond for early project expenses in pursuit of building a Municipal Services Center.
Monday saw the end of an era in Chapel Hill as the developer of University Place began the demolition of the former Southern Season site.
This week the Chapel Hill Town Council considers what next steps to take with the police station property widely known for its coal ash contamination.
At one time, travelers on the main road between Chapel Hill and Durham could gawk at caged bears while they got their cars refueled.
At the Jan. 25 Town of Chapel Hill Council meeting, the local government’s lack of a neighborhood contact listing for outreach scored a bit of attention.
At Wednesday night’s Town of Chapel Hill Council meeting, the elected body took up one of its hottest political potatoes in recent years.
Proposed zoning and land use changes are taking center stage this week and later in the month for the Town of Chapel Hill.
Imagine going to the grocery store and running into your favorite teacher or walking down the block and seeing the police officer who lives on your street.
A long-awaited decision about what to develop on a vacant lot at the corner of Greensboro and Weaver streets in Carrboro was decided officially by Carrboro City Council on June 21.
With $58 million in hand, NCDT, in collaboration with its opposite number in Virginia, has begun detailed engineering for the long-planned Raleigh-to-Richmond (R2R) passenger rail line.
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority voted Thursday to allow staff to engage in discussions with neighboring jurisdictions on a long-range water infrastructure agreement.
More than 100 area residents, elected officials and staff from Orange County, Chapel Hill and Carrboro met at the Rogers-Eubanks Neighborhood Association Community Center on Edgar Street from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday (yesterday) afternoon for an Open House on the future of the Greene Tract parcel.
Our town traffic engineer chose the proposed Aura development as the first scenario to analyze using Chapel Hill’s new townwide traffic model, concentrating on the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Estes Drive. The model included traffic improvements to this intersection…
At its May 4, 2021, meeting, the Chapel Hill Planning Commission voted 8-1 to recommend approval of the Aura proposal. Over 60 members of the public attended the meeting…
A mixed-use project proposed by Trinsic Residential Group for the corner of Estes Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, if approved by Chapel Hill Town Council, would transform…
Planning and zoning are valuable tools intended to guide the town’s development and growth to ensure a livable town that is sustainable, accessible, healthy and safe for all
The Chapel Hill Town Council could decide the fate of a potential redevelopment of University Place mall this month. The public hearing resumes at the council’s May 5 meeting…
A developer contends that the benefits of a high-density mixed-use project it is proposing for the clear-cut lot at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Estes Drive…
In 2008, the tree-covered and spacious Glen Lennox neighborhood was jolted out of its 1950s family atmosphere when the owner, Grubb Properties, put forth redevelopment plans for the entire 66-acre, 440-apartment property.
Tony Hall & Associates operated out of the little gray house at 311 West Rosemary St. for 26 years until Feb. 18, when the real estate company moved to 901 Willow Drive in Chapel Hill.
Opinion: On March 10, Chapel Hill Town Council Member Hongbin Gu petitioned the council to consider a zoning change that would restrict the use of certain land, including the mobile home park on 1200 MLK Jr. Blvd…
Chapel Hill Town Council approved the rezoning application for 1200 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. at its March 10 meeting by a 5-3 vote. The vote tally held the same as at council’s Feb. 24 meeting.
Will the Chapel Hill Town Council take a new approach to development in north Chapel Hill?