Developers Terry Birch and David Young have selected a site in Charlotte’s Elizabeth district that will have to be partially rezoned to allow for a planned 22-unit condominium complex.

Birch and Young want to change the zoning of the half acre from an office designation to a classification allowing 22 multifamily units per acre. A public hearing is scheduled for Sept. 18. City planner Keith MacVean says the planning staff will give the project a green light.

According to tax records, the property to be rezoned is part of a 3.8-acre tract occupied by a nursing home owned by Britthaven Inc. and Pines Living Center/Charlotte. The nursing home tract is valued for taxes at $3.38 million.

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