Builder seeks rezoning for 200-home subdivision in Monroe

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One of the most active homebuilders in the Charlotte region is seeking approvals to add to its portfolio here.

The Monroe Planning Board is considering a rezoning request from NVR Inc. for an 85.8-acre site along Olive Branch Road, near the Monroe Expressway. NVR owns the Ryan Homes brand, which is very active in Charlotte’s residential real estate scene. The rezoning request is being made to facilitate the development of a 197-lot residential subdivision, city documents state.

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The project is referred to in documents and site plans as Monroe Chase. It calls for 99 homes on 51-foot-wide lots, 72 with 60-foot-wide lots and 26 with 80-foot wide lots, with nearly 33 acres of the project site slated for open space.

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