A future 120-unit housing development is planned at the site of a vacant lot on the north side of the Big Lots discount store and the Farm Fresh supermarket, shown here, Wednesday. Charlotte-based Greenway Residential Development was awarded a tax credit to transform the site. STAFF PHOTO BY WILLIAM F. WEST

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A future 120-unit housing development is planned at the site of a vacant lot on the north side of the Big Lots discount store and the Farm Fresh supermarket, shown here, Wednesday. Charlotte-based Greenway Residential Development was awarded a tax credit to transform the site. STAFF PHOTO BY WILLIAM F. WEST

Tax credits OK’d for 120-unit complex in EC

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A Charlotte-based firm has been awarded more than $700,000 in federal tax credits for a planned 120-unit affordable housing complex behind a shopping center off South Hughes Boulevard.

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120 unit complex

Where is it going to be built? The vacant site near Big Lots is about 17 acres (ABOUT 7 ACRES IS OPEN LAND, THE OTHER 10 ACRES IS SWAMPLAND). Is swampland still protected by the Federal Government? Also, the site is in THREE FLOOD ZONES.

Housing

What do you mean?

Good Bye Farm Fresh

Good Bye Farm Fresh, Urgent Care and possibly Applebees.

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