Partial Taking by NCDOT for Railroad Improvements Project

Partial Taking by NCDOT f…

Initial Offer:

$1,159,800

Compensation Obtained:

$2,252,750

94% Increase

Case Name:

NCDOT v. Warehouse Solutions of Charlotte

Date Concluded:

June 2017

The NCDOT took .09 acres of land for construction of a new grade separation bridge on Sugar Creek Road which resulted in loss pf primary access to the property. Read full story here.

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