Local developer teams with Concord group to build golf course villas
By Paris Goodnight
Developer Chuck Harriss is teaming up with C.M. Black of Concord on a golf villa project planned around the Crescent Golf Club’s hole No. 11.
FHD 4 LLC, which involved Fisher-Harriss Development partners, sold the eight-acre parcel to HB Crescent Land LLC for $1.28 million, according to a deed filed in the Register of Deeds office on April 25. The property is next to Isenberg Elementary School off Jake Alexander Boulevard.
Harriss said Friday the project is still in the planning phases, but with the experience Clinton and Emmitt Black have with commercial projects, he expects good things to come. Among the most recognizable projects C.M. Black has built is the former CT Communications headquarters building just off Interstate 85 in Concord.
The homes at the Crescent will be stone and cedar, with an association in charge of maintenance and upkeep. Harriss said plans should be finalized later this year.
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