The Charlotte City Council had few questions for developer Dee Dee Harris during the public hearing Monday night for her proposed Quail Hollow Village.
Harris is seeking a site-plan change for the 19-acre development, which would include apartments, a hotel, restaurants and office space.
The project would be built on the southeast corner of Park Road and Gleneagles Road. The site has been fenced off for nearly a decade, after a proposed development from 2004 fell through. The property has several large craters, which were going to be underground parking.
No one spoke in opposition to the project, which could be approved by council members in December or January.
Harris told council members she has lined up a developer to build the apartments as well as an owner and management company for the hotel.
The city staff has recommended the project be approved.
Among the requests are for two drive-thru windows, one of which can be used for an “eating/drinking/entertainment establishment,” according to the city agenda. Steve Harrison