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Are there any plans for a shopping center in the N.C. 211 corridor in Brunswick County?

Judy Royal

A Holiday Inn Express is under construction in Brunswick County in April 2012, the first new commercial development at N.C. 211 and Midway Road since the new entrance to Oak Island opened. Staff Photo BY PAUL STEPHEN

UPDATE: As of April 2012, the situation at that site at N.C. 211 and Midway Road is much the same as it was when we first answered this MyReporter question 2009. Although the bridge is now complete, acres of land are cleared and a Holiday Inn Express was being built there, little in the way of new retail development had occurred. Here’s a story we wrote about it in 2012. If anything definitive is announced, we’ll cover it in the StarNews and StarNewsOnline.com.

The original answer:

Although development is imminent in the N.C. 211 area between Southport and Supply, we’ll have to wait a little longer to find out exactly what’s going on there. According to Helen Evans Bunch, zoning administrator for Brunswick County Planning & Community Development, the county has approved bubble plans for two quadrants at the intersection of Southport-Supply Road (N.C. 211) and Midway Road (S.R. 1500) as well as final plans for the northeastern quadrant (adjacent to the convenience store Worms and Coffee). Site clearing has begun on the latter, but the county has not yet issued any building permits. Read the articles below to find out about past plans for the corridor. We’ll update the status of these as information is available.

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