A team of developers plan to transform the historic Parkwood Avenue Associate Reformed Presbyterian (A.R.P.) Church of Villa Heights into apartments while preserving the distinctive church building. As residents of Villa Heights see on a daily basis, most residential development projects in the neighborhood have resulted in the leveling of older buildings and the construction of entirely new single-family homes and multistory apartment complexes. If Mr. Refaey and Mr. Pennell are successful in the plan they presented on July 9, the transformation of Parkwood Reformed Presbyterian Church offers an alternative form of development and growth—one that attempts to preserve neighborhood history while continuing to reshape Villa Heights for future residents. Continue reading Developer Plans to Preserve History while Reshaping Villa Heights Church for the Future
November 20, 2017 By: Max Carroll Today I took a walk on the Greenway in Cordelia Park. I was so pleased with the improvements that Mecklenburg Park and Rec is making in the park. First, I noticed that work is proceeding with the new pavilion. This is going to be a great place for communityContinue reading Cordelia Park Improvements
10/29/17: For the last few months, a topic of conversation at VHCO monthly meetings has been adding a mural in Cordelia Park. A local artist, Hilary Siber, has graciously volunteered to donate her time to enhancing our neighborhood with a mural! We’ve had to nail down some details, but are well on our way! Here’sContinue reading Cordelia Park Mural Update!
Hello Neighbors and welcome to our new website! We are very excited to have a place where we can share information to our Villa Heights neighbors, as well as to the City of Charlotte.Continue reading Welcome to our new website!