Local incentives up for approval for $50 million mixed-use project in Concord

Local incentives up for approval for $50 million mixed-use project in Concord
(CBJ)

CONCORD, N.C. — A $50 million mixed-use project in Concord is close to taking another step forward.

On Monday, the Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners will holding a public hearing for a 10-year incentives agreement with the city of Concord. The incentives will be directed to a major development by Florida-based Lansing Melbourne Group, who is behind the $50 million project.

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The project calls for 294 apartment units and 15,300 square feet of commercial space between three different buildings. Of the residential units, 151 will be workforce housing, city and county documents say.

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