Monthly Archives: May 2012

Thu 5/31/12

Cornelius, N.C.–100 Norman Place (near Birkdale Village, Huntersville)–Lake Norman waterfront.  Some houses are L-shaped brick homes.  See this wall separating 100 Norman Place (the road) from Fidler Lane.  Also note the houses are larger on Fidler Lane.  Here’s a dock … Continue reading

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Wed 5/30/12

Huntersville, N.C.–Stone Hollow conventional neighborhood (most houses are in the mid-$100’s).  A common area with a gazebo.  Many houses are L-shaped. St. Mark Catholic Church on Stumptown Rd. The following neighborhoods are all agglomerated: Macaulay (a large conventional neighborhood with … Continue reading

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Tue 5/29/12

Huntersville, N.C.–Rosedale Shopping Center:  Here’s one entrance.  Nearby is a coffee house with outdoor seating.  Here’s a common called Ansonborough Square.  Here we have apartment buildings across from one-story office buildings.  Here’s the main entrance.  Here’s a Harris Teeter store, … Continue reading

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Mon 5/28/12

Huntersville, N.C.–headed down 115 to Monteith Place (as opposed to Monteith Park which I visited via Youtube recently):  Here is the entrance.  Here is the (main) park.  Another TND where the have driveways on one side of the street and … Continue reading

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Sun 5/27/12

Huntersville, N.C.–New Urbanist neighborhood Vermillion–(see this newspaper article about the development.  It mentions that the density was cut in half.)  I like this stretch (back entrance), especially the front steps.  Near another one of the n’hood entrances.  Here’s the small … Continue reading

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Sat 5/26/12

Huntersville, N.C.–heading west over I-77 on Sam Furr Rd., an industrial park Northpointe Park, home to Rubbermaid headquarters.  Off of this park are two residential neighborhoods:  The Landing (ho-hum apartments) and Stratford Forest, a conventional wooded ’90s subdivision, which is … Continue reading

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Fri 5/25/12

Huntersville, N.C.–headed down 115, then right on Sam Farr Rd., right on Knoxwood Dr.  The neighborhood switches from conventional low-density to higher-density here.  If you zoom out here, you can see a lot of houses have been built since the … Continue reading

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