Developer Roger Perry has been waiting on approval for Obey Creek for six years. And Monday night,...
The Chapel Hill Town Council chose not to vote on the approval last night of the 120-acre Obey...
CHCCS is saying “thanks, but no thanks” to a proposed Obey Creek school site.
Ben Perry, finance director of the development company East West Partners, proposed that 15 percent of the for-sale units and 5 percent of the rentals be designated as affordable housing.
Much of Friday afternoon’s special meeting of the Chapel Hill Town Council was taken up with discussion of changing traffic patterns on 15-501, if the town were to approve the Obey Creek development.Read More
The Chapel Hill Town Council is considering options for redeveloping the park-and-ride lot at Southern Village. The council hired a consultant to help plan the future of the town-owned 8.5-acre lot.Read More
On Thursday night, the Chapel Hill Town Council discussed the fiscal impact of the proposed Obey Creek development on the town.Read More
Three Chapel Hill Town Council members volunteered to lead a working group to discuss affordable housing options for the proposed Obey Creek Development.Read More
On Thursday night, The Chapel Hill Town Council started the negotiation process with the future developer of the Obey Creek project near Southern Village.Read More
The Chapel Hill Town Council voted 8-1 last night to enter into negotiations for a development agreement for the Obey Creek project across from Southern Village.Read More