HARRISBURG, N.C. - A developer wants to annex 200 acres near the Cabarrus-Mecklenburg County line to build more than 400 homes.
If approved, it would be the latest in a string of large residential projects planned for the fast-growing Harrisburg area.
One option for the development would be patio homes off Plaza Road Extension. The project would build an average of 70 homes a year over seven years.
Officials are scheduled to talk about it during their meeting next week.
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