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  • More growth for $8.5M Huntersville medical park

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    The latest phase of an $8.5 million medical park in Huntersville is now open. Gilead Medical Park has added 25,000 square feet of Class A medical-office space. Novant Health Gilead Road Pediatrics & Internal Medicine is the first tenant, with an oral surgeon and pediatric dentist expected to follow suit. “We’re so close to the hospital, so close to the

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  • New office building at W. Morehead, I-77 breaking ground early next year

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    A new office building with ground-floor retail is expected to break ground just west of uptown in the first quarter next year, with completion predicted in late 2016. Charlotte-based CitiSculpt and partner Knox Group are building 1213 Morehead at the interchange of West Morehead Street and Interstate 77, in a fast-changing corridor that’s seeing rapid redevelopment. CBRE Group is leading

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  • More office space set for Huntersville

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    HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. — A new, Class A medical office building is officially on the rise in Huntersville, following a recent groundbreaking ceremony hosted by the site developer Charles Knox, of the Knox Group. Called Gilead Medical Center II, the site is just off Gilead Road near Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center and adjacent to the Earth Fare grocery store. The

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  • CitiSculpt, Knox Group planning office and retail building on West Morehead

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    Two Charlotte real estate firms are planning a 70,000-square-foot office and retail development at the intersection of West Morehead Street and interstate 77. CitiSculpt and The Knox Group plan to start construction on the project later this year. A CitiSculpt spokesman says the building is still in the design phase but will include between 5,000 and 15,000 square feet of

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  • Huntersville to get New Police Station

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    HUNTERSVILLE – After years of debate, Huntersville is set to purchase a new police station. The town board voted Monday, Oct. 17, to approve moving forward in securing a loan to purchase a foreclosed building in The Park that will be up fitted and begin serving as the police department’s base of operations by next summer. The town will purchase

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