The Sembler Company, a Florida developer, wants to build a shopping center called Amberly Village at the northwestern corner of the intersection of Carpenter Fire Station and Green Level Church roads in Cary.
The Sembler Company, a Florida developer, wants to build a shopping center called Amberly Village at the northwestern corner of the intersection of Carpenter Fire Station and Green Level Church roads in Cary. Courtesy of The Sembler Company
The Sembler Company, a Florida developer, wants to build a shopping center called Amberly Village at the northwestern corner of the intersection of Carpenter Fire Station and Green Level Church roads in Cary. Courtesy of The Sembler Company

Cary Council approves land use change for proposed Publix property

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