Mixed-use development in downtown Huntersville breaks ground

Shane Seagle grew up in Huntersville, a town long seeking more activity downtown. Now, he is the developer helping lead the town’s largest-ever downtown investment.

Seagle is a managing partner of Cornelius-based NorthState Development, which broke ground on Thursday on Huntersville Town Center. The mixed-use project at 113 Gilead Road calls for an investment of over $60 million and will include a range of housing types and commercial space.

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The groundbreaking ceremony drew local leaders and business owners that touted what they hope will be a major catalyst for downtown Huntersville.

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