Arbor Glen hasn’t died and gone to heaven. Charlotte’s 30-year-old starving child of public housing is getting a federal tax credits transfusion of $875,000 annually or a total $8.75 million over 10 years. Crosland Group is scheduling a year-end groundbreaking of 144 units. A shopping center and single-family homes may be built in later phases if more credits are obtained.

The tax credits will be converted into the $6.8 million in private money needed to make the partially-bulldozed neighborhood at West Boulevard and Clarton Road a housing showcase. Arbor Glen was formerly Dalton Village.

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