From staff reports
Officials from ParkWest Stone, the developers of the proposed Epic mixed-use development, are scheduled to host a public forum Friday, March 28, at Harrisburg Town Hall.
Representatives will be on hand from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to talk with residents about concerns and help answer questions about the project.
Epic officials held similar workshops in February, and used the opportunity to display proposed site plans and other conceptual drawings to help visitors better visualize the project. At that time, Greg Mascaro, a consultant for ParkWest Stone, said the group was committed to holding more such forums in an effort to keep communication between developers and the public open throughout the project’s progression.
A revival of the ill-fated Preserve at Greyson project, the $400 million Epic project is slated to bring 3,000 new homes and nearly 3 million square feet of commercial and office space to nearly 1,300 acres between Morehead Road, U.S. 29, N.C. 49 and the Mecklenburg County line. A small portion of the project would extend into Mecklenburg County.
Friday’s public forum is free of charge and open to anyone interested in learning more about the proposed project.