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Huge changes to come on the western side of Lake Wylie!

Crescent Resources plans to develop more than 2,300 acres around Lake Wylie in York County for residential, retail and office space.

It would be one of the largest developments in the Charlotte area once they get the go ahead.

The project would be almost a third bigger than the Palisades in southwest Charlotte, which has 1,600 acres and it would be about double the size of The Point on Lake Norman.

Crescent wants to develop three tracts of land with Allison Creek Partners near the Catawba Nuclear Station on the western side of Lake Wylie.

The three tracts are a combination of 750 acres owned by Allison Creek Partners and 640 acres owned by Crescent on either side of Allison Creek, 330 acres on the Allison Creek peninsula and 460 acres around Crowders Creek.

Sites also are planned for an elementary school and possibly a high school within the project. Also, there is an area set aside for a public athletic park.

The change in zoning would open up the land for a mix of retail, residential and an office park designed with Daimler Trucks North America in mind, formerly Freightliner.

It will be designed to conserve more open space, provide better connectivity and create a common architectural theme on the property.

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Published Saturday, April 26, 2008 8:41 AM by Angie Adams NC/SC REALTOR® Broker

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