Cheval, South Charlotte’s newest luxury community, is excited to announce progress has restarted on The Bridges at Mint Hill. The Howard Hughes Corporation is the developer on the project for the new mall to be located at the intersection of I-485 and Lawyers Road, only minutes away for the residents of Cheval to enjoy shopping, dining and the latest convenience of quality retail.
The Howard Hughes Corporation
A Legacy of Vision Continues
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The Charlotte Observer
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
The Howard Hughes Corp. has formed a partnership with Childress Klein Properties that could put The Bridges at Mint Hill back on track.
“Partnering with Childress Klein on The Bridges at Mint Hill enables us to build from their knowledge in the local market and add value to the opportunity,” stated David R. Weinreb, Chief Executive Officer of The Howard Hughes Corp. “The joining of our two properties will ensure that this becomes the most attractive retail development site in the Charlotte area.” Continue reading “Proposed Complex Gets a New Start” »
Welcome home to Cheval! Newest equestrian community of custom built homes on acreage, located in Mint Hill, NC, in Mecklenburg County.
This custom built home offers luxury living and a gracious entertaining lifestyle. Every detail perfected; foyer boasts a dramatic domed ceiling w/curved staircase, Brazilian hardwood floors throughout and custom faux textured walls. Continue reading “Amazing New Resale Now Available at Cheval with Private Barn” »
River Gate Elementary. Kara Lopp/MMHW photos
Posted by CW Editor on July 22, 2011
Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly
by Kara Lopp
If you want to see what Mint Hill’s new Bain Elementary School will look like, take a trip down U.S. 77 south to River Gate Elementary.
The two-year-old Charlotte school off Smith Road near Carowinds amusement park will be the inspiration for the new Bain. In fact, the schools will nearly be clones of each other right down to the rock climbing wall in the gym and flat-screen TVs above the kitchen doors, officials say. Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly toured River Gate this week to get a sneak peek at the plans for Bain. Continue reading “Construction on new Bain Elementary School expected to begin in early 2012” »
After you enjoy the festivities at the Queen’s Cup Steeplechase this Saturday visit Charlotte’s top Equestrian Community – Cheval . . . where you can live the Equestrian lifestyle every day. Visit the Cheval website to learn more about Equestrian living at its finest: www.chevalnc.com
Vist the Queen’s Cup website for details of the event: http://www.queenscup.org/
Presbyterian Healthcare is moving forward with a long-planned $90 million hospital in Mint Hill. But it will initially be on a much smaller scale than originally envisioned.
The Charlotte-based health-care system now says it will build the project in three phases, starting with a 16-bay satellite emergency department and imaging services.
Construction will start later this year, with the first-phase facility slated to open in 2013.
But other pieces of the proposed 50-bed hospital will be added gradually — with Presbyterian facing a state-imposed deadline of 2018 to expand the operation to a full-service hospital.
March 4, 2011 by Jennifer Thomas
Charlotte Business Journal
(You can read the full article at www.bizjournals.com)
Located in one of South Charlotte’s most ideal areas to own an equestrian estate, the new community of Cheval offers homeowners a unique opportunity to have it all. The pastoral country feel combines a true sense of place within a new home community setting and the freedom for horse owners to board their own pets right in their own backyard.
Continue reading “Keeping Horses Close Gives Owners Peace of Mind” »
Tuscan and European architecture combine modern and classic elements to make up pure Old World design which is highly sought after in high end residential homes. The beauty of the Tuscan style comes from custom-crafted natural stone which often includes limestone, travertine and marble. Terracotta floor and roof tiles are typically used to give homes the feeling of history. Wooden beams are often refurbished from old farmhouses and buildings to complete the look.
Continue reading “Tuscan and European Architecture Executed to Its Finest in South Charlotte” »
Do you find yourself looking for a delicious dessert idea for your family but never able to find anything different? Jennifer, an employee of Paris Projects – the developer of Cheval – created a simple and scrumptious recipe the everyone will love!
6 tablespoons butter (no substitutes), softened
½ cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar, divided
2 tablespoons molasses
1-tablespoon cold strong brewed coffee
1 ¼ cups all-purpose flour
Continue reading “A Simple Dessert Idea Compliments of Cheval” »
Located less than 5 miles from Cheval, The Ashcraft Schoolhouse in the Carl J. McEwen Historic Village will be serving holiday tea and treats on Dec. 8-11th in their 100 year old schoolhouse. Enjoy the cozy setting and some hot wassail, plum pudding and other delicious treats.
$20 per person.
For reservations call 704-573-0726.