Raleigh-based Five Points Development wants to tear down apartments on Courtland Drive in the Mordecai neighborhood and replace them with 19 homes.
Raleigh-based Five Points Development wants to tear down apartments on Courtland Drive in the Mordecai neighborhood and replace them with 19 homes. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Raleigh-based Five Points Development wants to tear down apartments on Courtland Drive in the Mordecai neighborhood and replace them with 19 homes. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com

Mordecai neighbors unhappy with plan for new homes near downtown Raleigh

November 13, 2015 12:31 PM

UPDATED November 15, 2015 06:12 AM

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