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WilmingtonBiz Talk About Project Indigo In Southport

By Vicky Janowski, posted May 19, 2022
The developers of a long-discussed mixed-use project in Southport joined BizTalk this week to give an update on their plans.

In 2020, Bald Head Island Limited and East West Partners proposed a nearly 400-acre, $565-million development dubbed Project Indigo. Plans call for single-family homes, apartments, townhomes, duplexes and commercial space.

It would add onto the existing Indigo Plantation neighborhood and marina in Southport.

Earlier this year, the developers submitted a master plan and rezoning request to the city’s planning board, which is slated to meet June 16 to make its recommendation about the project. The board’s recommendation then goes to the city’s board of aldermen to weigh in on the plans, which also call for the city to annex the property that’s currently outside city lines.

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